Monday, March 23 2015
UK Next Big Indie Thing loves Pavement, whispering, on US reissue of 2014 debut.
Modern jazz's legendary drummer Jack DeJohnette assembles a post-bop dream team from hell.
Friday, March 20 2015
This is not just a great Peckinpah film, but perhaps Hollywood’s last great classic Western, a film of tremendous self-reflection and deep sadness.
If gobbledygook was gold, Insurgent would be Ft. Knox.
Geezers need excitement. If their lives don't provide them this they incite violence. Common sense. Simple common sense. So here's the very exciting UK hip-hop debut of the Streets. An early aughts phenomenon is this week's Counterbalance.
Sean Penn tries to better Liam Neeson in the middle-aged ass-kicker action film genre, and fails miserably.
After the back-to-back-to-back brilliance of their previous three albums, a letdown seemed inevitable; amazingly, Ian Anderson & Co. raised the bar, instead.
Skip the self-help books on moving through the grieving process and get this album instead.
Thursday, March 19 2015
BØRNS, Ryn Weaver, and Stromae all stand out as artists poised to break out big in 2015 after their stellar performances at SXSW.
This slow, long-winding walk around Paris is a languorous exploration of two lost souls.