ANOHNI

HOPELESSNESS

Secretly Canadian

May 04, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

There's a sort of giddy anticipation of a collaborative project of artists whose work you like individually for different reasons and whose intersecting creative paths were a complete mystery. Eluding fanfare, singer Antony Hegarty, now taking the nameANOHNI and commonly known from her music made as Antony & The Johnsons, united with two of the more ambitious electronic producers out there to fashion the music for HOPELESSNESS, her first studio album in four years. More

May 03, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

An abrasive hardcore band progressing from pummeling noise to nuanced songwriting is hardly novel in 2016. It's almost perfunctory, part of the Internet's cred-to-buzz-to-respectability-to-longevity arc.  More

The Meddler

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Lorene Scafaria

May 03, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Marnie Mirnivini (Susan Sarandon) is recently widowed, but she has a lot of time and energy to expend before kicking the bucket herself. More

May 02, 2016 Live Web Exclusive

Bob Mould returned to his electric guitar roots on this raucous night in Philadelphia.

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The Man Who Knew Infinity

Studio: IFC Films
Directed by Matthew Brown

May 02, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

Two love stories sit at the heart of The Man Who Knew Infinity, neither of them romantic. More

Julianna Barwick

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Dead Oceans

May 02, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Julianna Barwick has occupied a unique space in music since her breakthrough, 2011's The Magic Place. She makes music that isn't quite electronic, because it's too organic; isn't quite instrumental, since it features voice; and isn't quite ambient, since her music isn't all drones and tones.  More

The American Side

Studio: The Orchard
Directed by Jenna Ricker

Apr 29, 2016 Cinema Web Exclusive

The American Side is a throwback noir populated by duplicitous damsels and grizzled gumshoes. More

Apr 29, 2016 TV Web Exclusive

In real life, Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle was a believer in Spiritualism, while his friend, the escape artist Harry Houdini, was a fervent crusader against ita clash that ultimately destroyed their friendship.  More

Apr 29, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Brian Eno's intentions will never cease to be helplessly rooted in discovery. Strikingly modest for a man with such colossal cultural impact and a production résumé boasting John Cage, David Bowie, and John Cale to name a few, Eno is unrivaled in his influence on the dynamics of modern electronic music.  More