Doing more with single syllables right now than most rappers do with whole bars.
Aaron Maine focuses in tight on water, waiting, and weed.
Sludgy Seattle punks embrace negative energy on their Sub Pop debut.
Overly slick production and vague lyrics leave uncertainty: “What was so wonderful?”
A strong debut record from Brooklyn DIY darlings.
Michael Moore’s latest doc is a return to form both in terms of ethos and artistic merit.
The iconic metal men prove why they’re “too heavy for halftime”
The latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation is as anemic as its predecessors
The Coens’ latest comical farce is as silly as the stars it skewers.
UK art rockers struggle to find a consistent tone.
Composer Nils Frahm and two lifelong friends let loose on krautrock-tinged jams.
Burr Steers’ adaptation admirably embraces its literary heresy.
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