A long string of political buzzwords and strawman arguments by modern film’s most shameless director.
After a long absence, production duo return with an intense, confounding new album.
New Yorkers leave behind their psychedelic indie pop for a new, more confident sound.
Mike Birbiglia offers a hilarious yet melancholy exploration of a splintering improv troupe.
With their break up looming, short collection gives another glimpse back on Long Island band’s career.
Maybe hoping the Maddens could shift expectations of what a once-dated genre can do is too much to ask.
A double headlining bill that played against expectations in all the best ways.
The Canadian indie rock supergroup kept raising the energy at their first US show in five years.
Woody Allen’s 46th feature lands in familiar territory, mostly to its benefit.
Influential producer maintains a sense of mystery even while opening himself up.
Shoegaze quartet forego a new album in favor of a series of smaller releases.
Guitar legend returns with a “statement album” with some messy politics.
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