Friday, March 6 2015
Those of us who write only wish for half of author Priya Parmar’s talents, whose writing is a lovely, lilting thing.
Thursday, March 5 2015
The bluesy retro rock of the People's Blues of Richmond, especially on their latest track "Outta My Mind", is owed in no small part to producer Mark Neill (the Black Keys' Brothers).
Florian Illies embraces the importance of moments as he peers into a fragmented past to offer something that is simple yet monumental.
More than fetishizing his prizes, the collector fetishizes his own obsessiveness and glorious blindness to the machinations of what non-collectors call “real life”.
Maison Close might not quite uplift you; but, then again, many of the best and most realistic series on television usually don’t.
Wednesday, March 4 2015
The final installment of PopMatters' six week series on the UK up-and-comers of the Rua concludes with an upbeat number about moving on and being confident in oneself, "I'm OK".
Catchy guitar riffs and political acumen make up the new tune by the Denton, Texas outfit the Demigs, "Melamine".
Detroit and Baltimore rappers release a new collaborative song in preparation of two-month tour.
Spitting poems from England's ghettos, British rapper Luca Brazi presents a more sombre and thoughtful approach to hip-hop.
As in any scene, bands form, break up, and share the stage with each other, and the strong sense of community felt by the Lookout alums runs through the pages.