Jul 18, 2014 Live Web Exclusive

Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven thrilled Sellersville, PA as an acoustic-based trio.  More

Mood Indigo

Studio: Drafthouse Films
Directed by Michel Gondry

Jul 18, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Though the film lacks the depth that constitutes Michel Gondry’s best work, Mood Indigo showcases the visual extraordinaire’s most inventive and enchanting filmmaking in a decade. More

Jul 18, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Australia's latest psychedelic export comes in the form of Wunder Wunder, the work of producers Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant who recently relocated to L.A.  More

Teleman

Breakfast

Moshi Moshi

Jul 17, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Rising from the ashes of small-time indie intellects Pete and the Pirates, Teleman have caused quite a stir in the U.K.'s trendsetting circles lately. Since debut single "Cristina" breezed its sleepy Kraut-pop aesthetic through the nation's airwaves, the Brighton-based quartet have been hotly tipped as the next big thing. More

Jul 16, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Morrissey is one of those artists now—inarguably not in his peak era, still adored by an (incredibly, near-sycophantically) fervent fanbase, and still cranking out music with some degree of a predictable pace. He's one of those living legends, to some degree, iconic of an older form of popstar, iconic of an era of alternative and college radio to which many contemporary bands are indebted.  More

Astro City: Through Open Doors

Vertigo/DC

Written by Kurt Busiek, Art by Brent Eric Anderson

Jul 15, 2014 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The most recent addition to Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's Astro City series, Through Open Doors once again returns readers to the eponymous metropolis where everyday citizens interact with heroes—and villains—on a regular basis.  More

Jul 15, 2014 Music Issue #50 - June/July 2014 - Future Islands

Greg Cartwright finds a new home on Merge for the latest incarnation of Reigning Sound, and continues his heart-on-the-sleeve, southern-fried mining of '50s and '60s R&B, '60s Nuggets psych and garage rock fodder, and—still, despite the softening edges and string arrangements—a sprinkling of punk swagger. More

The Past is a Grotesque Animal

Studio: Oscilloscope
Directed by Jason Miller

Jul 15, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Director Jason Miller’s fantastic new documentary investigating musician Kevin Barnes and his primary creative outlet, Of Montreal, presents a frank, complex portrait of an artist who has been pushing the limits of his medium for almost two decades. More

Woman’s Hour

Conversations

Secretly Canadian

Jul 14, 2014 Music Issue #50 - June/July 2014 - Future Islands

Rarely do bands pull off such a marriage of sound and visuals that it's this hard to separate the music from their graphic palette. Gorillaz are probably the most famous recent example of this; Belle & Sebastian's consistently monochromatic artwork worked to a similar, if lesser, degree. More