Reviews

Alvvays Alvvays

Lead by likable vocalist Molly Rankin, the young Tonronto foursome's debut effort perpetuates the longstanding tradition of tapping into the vast compendium of reverb-soaked indie pop.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

PS I Love You For Those Who Stay

On Meet Me At The Mustard Station and Death Dreams, PS I Love You were tied together with a manic sound. On their latest effort, For Those Who Stay, the group seem to move in a slightly different direction, but do they pull it off?

Andrew Ciraulo will certainly be staying around for this one...

White Lung Deep Fantasy

Deep Fantasy, the third album from Vancouver punk band White Lung, strives to gratify listeners through hooks and immediacy.  But, that's about it. 

Sean Caldwell reviews...

Sia 1000 Forms of Fear

Sia might be pop music's most unique voice in a while, and she's got the album to show it off.

Luiza Lodder reviews...

Features

Lxury (Interview)

Fresh offstage from his set at the UK leg of the Corona SunSets festival, Lxury talks to Craig Stevens about creating music, his history with Disclosure and his desire to collaborate with Kate Bush.

Click here to read the interview...

Features

The Duality Of Man

Though the war genre has provided some of the biggest titles in Hollywood, the recent passing of the 70th anniversary of D-Day reminds us that many war movies have more to offer than their blockbusting status.  

Joseph Chapman examines...

Reviews

Boyhood (Richard Linklater)

12 years in the making and shot with a cast who aged alongside the film's production, Richard Linklater's narrative experiment is a warm and compassionate portrayal of growing up.

Kai Lancaster reviews...