Jul 12, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Sheer Mag have built their reputation on monster guitar licks (think Thin Lizzy and AC/DC), a true DIY aesthetic, and the powerful, melodic caterwaul of lead singer Tina Halladay. On their first full-length, Need to Feel Your Love, the band attempt to take the short bursts of their three EPs into long format, with somewhat mixed result. More

To The Bone

Studio: Netflix
Directed by Marti Noxon

Jul 12, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

Heavily informed by the director's s own experiences as a teen, To the Bone follows Ellen, a young L.A. artist struggling with anorexia.  More

Jul 12, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Crterion's new box set collects three landmark Italian films. More

Jul 11, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Hitchhiker is the rare archival release that can appeal to both rabid superfans and casual listeners. Recorded over the course of a single night in 1976, it captures Neil Young in a stony mood-just a man and his guitar, a piano (and a few mind altering substances) live in the studio.  More

Star Slammer

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jul 10, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Women in prison, in space.  More

Jul 10, 2017 Comic Books Web Exclusive

While certainly targeting anyone nostalgic for 1980s toys and cartoons, does this crossover between the worlds of Eternia, home to He-Man, and Third Earth, home to the ThunderCats, succeed as a book for true fans? And does it succeed as a story irrespective of its IP mashup? More

Boris

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Sargent House

Jul 10, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

One quarter century into their musical lifespan, Boris was ready to hang it up. An obligatory classic album tour in which they performed their landmark Pink was enough to re-energize the trio, leading to an album which makes nods to their entire discography. More

Jul 07, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

The differences between HAIM's debut record Days Are Gone—released four years ago—and Something to Tell You are subtle. The band's sophomore album is driven by the same staccato vocal delivery and percussion and quick guitar riffs that electrified their debut. Underneath this, however, you can hear Danielle, Este, and Alana Haim beginning to stretch out and play with new sounds. More

Gospel According to Al Green

Studio: Mug-Shot Productions

Jul 07, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

In 1984, documentary filmmaker Robert Mugge released Gospel According To Al Green, which explored Green’s transition from pop to the pulpit. More