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Feb 16, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Montreal's Mothland Records have one of the most exciting rosters in music, as demonstrated on this essential 15-song compilation.  More

Claud

Super Monster

Saddest Factory

Feb 15, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Super Monster is the debut album from 21-year-old singer/songwriter Claud Mintz (who just goes by Claud) and also the first release on Saddest Factory, the new imprint label from Phoebe BridgersMore

The Underneath

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Feb 15, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Underneath suffers from a forgettable title, and a poor performance by Adam Trese as the brother, but it makes few other missteps.  More

Feb 12, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Just over three years from the demise of predecessor band, Nervous Conditions, the wryly titled and much anticipated debut album by Black Country, New Road has finally arrived.  More

Feb 12, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

The Telescopes' twelfth long player sits comfortably as one of their finest collections to date.  More

Feb 11, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

On their newest musical endeavor, Sports (consisting of Cale Chronister and Christian Theriot) continue to sonically explore their unique blend of funk, disco, rock, and pop, proving in the process that they are more than adept at creating a set of undeniably catchy songs. More

Mouchette

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Feb 11, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

Criterion’s new Blu-ray edition conveys Mouchette’s stark, black-and-white world in crisp detail and well-defined contrast. More

Steven Wilson

The Future Bites

TFB.com/Arts & Crafts

Feb 10, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

With its themes of self-fulfillment and consumerism, Steven Wilson has produced an album that speaks directly to a global population in the throes of pandemic isolation and confusion. More

Feb 10, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Rats on Rafts return after five years with difficult but sonically enticing third album, Excerpts From Chapter 3: The Mind Runs a Net of Rabbit Paths. More