Starred Up

Studio: Tribeca Film
Directed by David Mackenzie

Sep 03, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

Teenage Eric Love has just been transferred to an adult penitentiary. One long-time prisoner instantly lays down the law, brusquely and begrudgingly trying to show Eric the ropes and keep him out of trouble: Neville Love is Eric’s father, and tensions between the two men build as they navigate their rocky relationship while imprisoned on the same cellblock. More

Sep 03, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

On first listen to Honeyblood's infectious self-titled debut, you'd never guess this Glasgow-based group was only a two-piece. More


Soft Friday


Sep 02, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Coves are the U.K.-based project of singer/songwriter Beck Wood and producer John Ridgard. They recorded their debut album Soft Friday in a basement studio called Castle Grayskull, and the kitschy nostalgia must have been oozing off the walls. More

Sep 02, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

James Yorkston appears to be growing old gracefully. While many a middle-aged man spends his days desperately clinging to an ever-evaporating youth, the unassuming Scottish songwriter is moving through the decades with dignity. More

Sep 02, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

For a band hailing from South London, Happyness' debut Weird Little Birthday is the sort of music perfect for hazy, morning-after walks down sun-drenched American streets. More

Patema Inverted

Studio: GKIDS
Directed by Yasuhiro Yoshiura

Sep 02, 2014 Cinema Web Exclusive

The two civilizations in Patema Inverted are connected top-to-bottom, operating on polar opposite gravities. Neither world is aware of one another, until Patema, the young princess of the underground city, accidentally “falls” into the opposing world. More

Sep 01, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Kevin Martin finally follows up 2008's apocalyptic London Zoo with more thumping end-times fare. More


Hard Believer


Sep 01, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

For Hard Believer, Fink's sixth album proper, he turns to live + electronics expert producer Billy Bush (Garbage, Beck, Foster the People) to bring dimension to his minimalist, sometimes predictable sound. More


Sky Swimming

Memphis Industries

Sep 01, 2014 Music Web Exclusive

Don't let that ethereal organ at the beginning of "Assembly" fool you. Elephant isn't Beach House even though it sometimes seems like they may want to be. More