Nov 14, 2017 By Lily Moayeri

The concept for My Favorite Movie is a self-explanatory one, a musician tells us about their favorite film. For this edition we talk to Dan Whitford, frontman for Cut Copy. The Australian band released a new album, Haiku From Zero, back in September via Astralwerks. Here he talks about Fitzcarraldo, Werner Herzog's cult classic from 1982 that starred Klaus Kinski. More

Nov 10, 2017 By Stephen Mayne Web Exclusive

We've had a year of a world in which America elected Donald Trump to run the country, so we're talking about the anniversary this week, while also catching up on local elections, gun control, and repression outside Trump's America. More

Nov 06, 2017 By Austin Trunick

A game design so brilliantly simple that it’s amazing it hasn’t been around for decades already. More

Nov 03, 2017 By Stephen Mayne Web Exclusive

Well something had to happen on this whole Russia scandal business, and so it came to pass. Which means this week we have indictments and what that might mean, alongside terrorism, tax reform, Tim Heidecker, and a hopeful Benjamin Booker note to end on.  More

Nov 01, 2017 By Austin Trunick

This is how you make a great dice game.  More

Oct 30, 2017 By Frank Valish Web Exclusive

With Manchester North of England, Cherry Red Records presents a mammoth seven disc auditory history of independent Manchester music from 1977 to 1993. More

Oct 27, 2017 By Stephen Mayne

President Donald Trump can pull out of the Paris Agreement, but that doesn't mean everyone else gives up so easily. This week we speak to musicians Rebecca Foon and Jesse Paris Smith who started Pathway to Paris as a way to bring music and climate experts together for a series of concerts.  More

Oct 22, 2017 By Zach Hollwedel

After nine incredible (and exhausting) days chockablock with films, parties, roundtables and events, the 28th New Orleans Film Festival came to a close this past Thursday. More

Oct 20, 2017 By Stephen Mayne Web Exclusive

As the Harvey Weinstein fallout continues to unfold, it's a reminder that the crimes he stands accused of are not exactly rare, nor are they confined to the world of tarnished Hollywood glitz. Like every other part of society, the music industry is also riddled with similar stories. We look at that this week, alongside President Trump insulting various people and imperiling the safety of the world. Not that he doesn't do the same thing most weeks.  More