//MUSIC
Alex G: Rocket

Alex G

Rocket

Alex G offers a richly observed album that uses a raft of different characters to explore the universal truths that define us all.

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T-Pain and Lil Wayne: T-Wayne

T-Wayne’s greatest legacy will be that even after hearing it, we will still be left with our imaginations to do the heavy lifting.

Eminem: A Love Story

Eminem

A Love Story

Who can listen to Eminem’s discography today and not be struck by one of popular music’s most prolonged and extraordinary expressions of interminable sadness?

//FILM
Asta Nielsen and Fatma Girik's Hamlets: Old Mysteries, New Problems

Asta Nielsen and Fatma Girik's Hamlets

Old Mysteries, New Problems

Wherein Hamlet is no longer a neurotic male in princely guise but a woman invested with an identity crisis.

Cannes 2017: Border Crossings in 'Jupiter's Moon' and 'Okja'

Cannes 2017

Border Crossings in 'Jupiter's Moon' and 'Okja'

Looking for fresh ways to raise social awareness, these films mix genres to the point of becoming mutants.

//BOOKS
//GAMES
We Write Our Own Ends: Emergent Endings in Gaming

We Write Our Own Ends: Emergent Endings in Gaming

"There’s no such thing as a premature ending for a video game. There’s only your ending."

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Seeks the 'Lost Constellation'

This week the Moving Pixels podcast takes a look at the precursor to cult hit Night in the Woods, Finji's Lost Constellation.

//CULTURE

Who can listen to Eminem’s discography today and not be struck by one of popular music’s most prolonged and extraordinary expressions of interminable sadness?

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//TV

A busy episode in which at least one character dies, two become puppets, and three are trapped and left for dead in an unlikely place.

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//COMICS

Graphic novel Gauguin: The Other World traverses the tropical landscapes and surreal mindscape of self-titled “savage” artist Paul Gauguin.

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//Pop Ten
Contrary to Popular Belief, the Blues Were Not Born on the Mississippi Delta
Historians Lynn Abbott and Doug Seroff debunk myths about the origins of blues music, locating them not in the Mississippi Delta but in southern black vaudeville. Read More
Paul Weller: A Kind Revolution
Passing Masters of Jazz: Arthur Blythe and Larry Coryell
Each Song Is a Thought, Flying Across the Ocean for Do Make Say Think's Charles Spearin

//Mixed media