Without pretense or irony, Brittany Howard and co. carry on a vibrant rock ‘n’ roll tradition.
The Montreal trio’s most accessible album may also be their most complex.
They are far more than a one-trick pony.
The Odd Future leader is doing what he can to keep the collective from being placed into a box.
The Sheffield duo’s sophomore album is a surreal, kick-ass catharsis.
If Brian Chippendale is the manic preacher, then Brian Gibson is the stoic deacon.
Danish art rockers return with spacious pop that highlights the dreaminess of prog.
Thugger keeps leaning into his own swerve.
The ultimate collector’s item for fans, and the ultimate crash course for Newbridge newbies.
Much of Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria exists in an obscure haze, a strange space pitched somewhere between paranoid and wistful. It’s an effective representation of the place in life at which Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) finds herself when …
This year has got to be among John Darnielle’s most important yet.
Let’s hope that this isn’t the last we see of Mau Rakau on the big screen.
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