Reviews

Nothing Tired of Tomorrow

Tired of Tomorrow is something of a transitional album for Nothing. It sees their music still rooted mostly in shoegaze, but also stretching out further into dream-pop and grunge.

Jeremy Monroe reviews...

Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool

Radiohead's ninth studio album is a monument in songwriting, arrangement, heartbreak, pathos and experimentation. It takes the best of the band's collective history and ties all the disparate elements together to create a new and vibrant record that can stand alongside their best work.

Joe Marvilli dives in...

Modern Baseball Holy Ghost

The Philadelphia quartet's deeply felt and passionate Holy Ghost is driven from sheer impulse, all while touching lives with their strong sense of community. 

Juan Edgardo Rodriguez reviews...

Car Seat Headrest Teens of Denial

Will Toledo's first high-profile effort adopts an amiable trait of character that makes him affecting in his misery. It's also a fantastic rock record.

Juan Edgardo Rodriguez reviews...

Features

Tracking Force - 3

An eclectic mix this time around.  But two classics nonetheless.

Alan Shulman sits and spins

Quick Takes (April 2016)

In our ongoing latest Quick Takes installment, where we revisit a handful of albums we missed during the last month, Carl and Juan share their thoughts on new efforts by Kevin Morby, The Last Shadow Puppets, Greys, The Field, and many, many more.

Click here to discover their favorites...

Features

Gun Crazy (1950)

Following on from the Oscar-nominated Trumbo, Angel Aguilar looks back at one of the screenwriter's most iconic films.

Angel Aguilar writes

Reviews

Right Now, Wrong Then (Hong Sang-soo)

This self-reflexive parallel timeline variation on the meet-cute offers invigoratingly light and accessible consideration of gender perspectives and human adaptiveness.

Grant Phipps strikes that, reverses it...