Jan 07, 2013 Music Web Exclusive

For a band known for their unique catalog of psych-pop, composing the soundtrack to a film like Berberian Sound Studio had to be seen as a plum job. Broadcast's Trish Keenan and James Cargill worked together on the project prior to Keenan's tragic passing in January of 2011. More



Jan 04, 2013 TV Web Exclusive

Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are comedic live wires on the third season of Portlandia. More

Jan 04, 2013 Music Web Exclusive

As the 1994 album Parklife was stirring America’s earliest interest in Blur, it blew up into what came to be seen as a for-the-ages classic in Britain.  More

Neil Young

Waging Heavy Peace: A Hippie Dream

Published by Blue Rider Press

Jan 03, 2013 Books Web Exclusive

Neil Young's autobiography, although written in somewhat unconventional form, is a fascination portrait of a master.  More

Jan 03, 2013 Music Web Exclusive

If 2011 was the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's Nevermind, 2012 was the anniversary of emo. Purists will tell you that emo grew out of the hardcore scene years before, and some will argue that the genre didn't really find its voice until 1994's Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate. More


Studio: Adopt Films
Directed by Miguel Gomes

Jan 02, 2013 Cinema Web Exclusive

Shot in sumptuous black and white, Portuguese filmmaker Miguel Gomes' new film, Tabu, is a delight to the visceral senses and to the mind. More

Johnny Cash

Johnny Cash


Dec 28, 2012 Music Web Exclusive

Johnny Cash left Sun Records in 1958 after seven albums and many successful singles when Columbia Records offered him something that Sun did not: the ability to release a gospel album. More

Promised Land

Studio: Focus Features

Dec 27, 2012 Cinema Web Exclusive

Gus Van Sant's new film, aptly titled Promised Land, is almost paradoxically traditional in that it hearkens back to the classic American films of directors such as Frank Capra and Billy Wilder, but maintains a contemporary feeling throughout. More

Dec 24, 2012 Music Web Exclusive

Given the cooled reaction to much of The Smashing Pumpkins’/Billy Corgan’s output over the past decade or so, one might be tempted to question who the target audience might be for a $140 special edition box set of an album they first released 17 years ago.  More