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Friday, November 27th, 2020  



In the Red

Nov 19, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

If there’s one adjective that could be used to describe Ty Segall it would be “prolific.” Twelve solo albums, countless singles and EPs, and umpteen collaborations, along with playing in any number of bands since the mid-2000s, tells its own story. More

The Gunfighter

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Nov 19, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Gunfighter turns from drama to comedy to tragedy with ease and thoughtfulness. More

45 Grave

Sleep in Safety

Real Gone Music

Nov 19, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Appropriately reissued yet again in time for Halloween, this time on both clear and green vinyl to follow the excellent 2017 reissue on “ghastly green” vinyl, 45 Grave’s Sleep in Safety is one of the best horror punk albums ever made—a landmark of the sub-genre.  More

Nov 18, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Following Elvis Costello’s 2018 album Look Now (recorded with his long-time backing band The Imposters), this new affair is a very different beast. More

Nov 18, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Since relocating from his native Poland to Berlin, Adam Byczkowski, better known as Better Person, has been building his reputation for silky European sophisti-pop. More

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Nov 17, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

“It’s poetry … the poetry of war.” More

Nov 17, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Drew Citron has been a mainstay of the Brooklyn indie creative scene for several years now, and 2020 sees her release her solo debut album. Perhaps circumstance conspired to push Citron into the spotlight, but as it happens, it suits her perfectly. More

Bee Bee Sea

Day Ripper

Wild Honey

Nov 17, 2020 Music Web Exclusive

Italian garage punks Bee Bee Sea are very much a band’s band. The members all grew up in the small northern Italian town of Castel Goffredon and live by a simple mantra“When there’s no good shit around you better form a band.” More


Studio: Apple TV+
Directed by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart

Nov 16, 2020 Cinema Web Exclusive

The latest animation from Ireland’s Cartoon Saloon is an astonishing and beautiful work, a magical, reimagined Irish folk tale set during Cromwell’s oppressive rule in the 1600’s. More