Reviews

Lady Gaga Chromatica

Lady Gaga's operates on two modes on her sixth studio album: a dark neon center surrounded by light electro-pop with a retro feel. 

 

Tom Parmiter reviews...

Moses Sumney Græ

Græ is a textural wonder, with soft electric guitars, Sumney’s beautiful voice, and glittering synths making up most of the album’s heavenly sounding songs. 

Ethan Gordon reviews...

Jeff Rosenstock NO DREAM

NO DREAM carries the listener comfortably through the NY punk artist's entire wheelhouse, leaving no genre unturned.

Ethan Gordon reviews....

Woods Strange to Explain

Strange to Explain's crunchy tunes make a great lifestyle backdrop, perfect for an AirPods and Tesla tie-in campaign. 

Kirk Sever reviews...

Features

AKA George (Interview)

The rising British multi-instrumentalist on live streaming, Bad For You EP, and self-destructiveness.

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Quick Takes (March 2020)

In our ongoing Quick Takes feature, Juan Edgardo Rodríguez, Ethan Gordon, and Sean Caldwell revisit a handful of albums that caught their attention during the month of March. This month's selections include Dogleg, Melt Yourself Down, The Necks, and more.

Dogleg leads this month's picks...

Features

A Primer to the films in Competition at the 72nd Festival de Cannes

Nineteen films will compete for the 2019 Palme d'Or, decided this year by Alejandro Iñárritu and his jury. Enjoy Kirk Sever's preview to the 72nd Cannes Film Festival, and watch recommendations of other films by the directors in competition.

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Reviews

Parasite ( Bong Joon-ho)

Once again reflecting on social classes and bending genre to his will, Bong Joon-ho lives up to the hype of his Palme d'Or winning tragicomedy, Parasite.

Kirk Sever reviews...