The Gift


La Folie

May 11, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Altar has all the makings of a brilliant release. The Gift, an established, yet somewhat obscure, DIY band hooked up with revolutionary producer Brian Eno and renowned engineer Flood for their sixth album. More

May 10, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

Alexis Taylor is best known as a member of Hot Chip, but the British musician has also released solo albums, and he's now released the same solo album twice.  More

Heat: Director’s Definitive Edition

Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

May 10, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Heat is one of those movies about which one could accurately say, “The don’t make them like this anymore.”  More



Fat Possum

May 09, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

We are lucky to live in an era where great dream-pop revival artists are abundant, but Bloomington, Indiana's Hoops immediately stands out from the crowded field with their absolutely terrific and addictive debut full-length album. More

Things To Come

Studio: IFC Films

May 09, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Mia Hansen-Løve’s fifth film shows one supposedly set person coming to terms with a series of unexpected changes. More

May 08, 2017 Music Web Exclusive

No one can accuse Blondie of not trying its hardest to create an album that fits into some aspects of the current musical atmosphere. The iconic group enlists a glittering list of Jumbotron names in songwriting to help shape Pollinator, its 11th studio album in over 40 disjointed years of existence. More

The Dinner

Studio: The Orchard
Directed by Oren Moverman

May 05, 2017 Cinema Web Exclusive

The response you have to The Dinner is comparable to the one you have when you don’t like someone and you’re not quite sure why. More

May 05, 2017 Music Issue #60 - Father John Misty

Happiness never sounded as haunting as it does on the new Perfume Genius record, No Shape. Everything, including contentment, comes at a cost, and those emotional debts will leave their mark.  More

Broken Arrow

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

May 04, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Broken Arrow was notable in its day for containing the most sympathetic and balanced depiction of Native Americans in a Hollywood film up to that point, standing in stark contrast to previous Westerns that portrayed them as savage barbarians or drunken comic relief. More