Reviews

Britney Spears Glory

Britney's new album hints at success and transcendence with its title, and contains a surprising amount of idiosyncrasy. It's a good day for the Spears enterprise. 

Luiza Lodder rejoices...

Kelsey Lu Church

Kelsey Lu's debut EP is excellent not just because her voice is incredible and cello-playing soulful, but because she wrings poignancy out of every note. 

Joe Marvilli goes to church...

Exploded View Exploded View

The Berlin-via-Mexico City collective employ an improvisational sonic construct that is openly informed by different variations of seventies art rock.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

DJ Khaled Major Key

The famed record producer enlists a heavyweight lineup for his ninth full-length studio release.

Michael G. Barilleaux reviews...

Features

Lisa Mitchell (Interview)

Ahead of the release of her third studio album Warriors later this year, Australian Idol finalist Lisa Mitchell talks to Craig Stevens about working with legendary producer Eric J Dubowsky, touring Cornwall in winter and future possible music collaborations.

Click here to read the interview...

Quick Takes (July 2016)

In our ongoing Quick Takes feature, writers Juan Edgardo Rodríguez and Carl Purvis once again revisit a handful of albums that caught their attention during the past month.

Click here to check out this month's selections...

Features

Divorce Italian Style (1961)

Pietro Germi's 1961 comedy picked up awards at both Cannes and the Oscars. And remains a stylish gem today.

Angel Aguilar writes...

Reviews

The Neon Demon (Nicolas Winding Refn)

Refn's morbidly satirical exposé of the fashion industry and competitive world of modeling is more cinematographically inspired but substantively underwhelming kitsch.

Grant Phipps slowly descends into the City of Angels...