A terrific documentary about an unbelievable huckster from a bygone era.
Canadian indie rockers’ final record features great hooks, but mostly feels lifeless.
Spanish indie poppers changes their format, but still struggles with homogeny on new LP.
A visual replay of what made a weekend in the Woodlands of Delaware so memorable.
Todd Solondz returns with a brisk and hilarious meditation on death in America.
A sweet story that reaches out and forcefully demands learned lessons.
Luke Meyer tells the story of Unlocking the Truth — and it might make you sick.
Legendary DJ makes some missteps, but the journey remains whole.
New Yorkers’ concept album delivers much more emotional resonance than concept.
This incarnation of Michael Gira’s band attempts to come to some sort of peace.
A refreshing attempt at reinvention that’s not as silly as you might expect.
Folk rock supergroup shuns grand statements in favor of smaller, quieter truths.
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