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Thursday, October 16 2014

Andy Stott - “Faith in Strangers” (audio)

Today Manchester electronic music producer Andy Stott unveils the title track from his upcoming release Faith in Strangers’.


Continent: Wasteland EP

These five songs go for the throat and don’t relent until you’ve turned blue and rigor mortis has set in.


Amazon Bets on Bold Programming to Woo TV Viewers

Amazon has made its fortune offering consumers a safe way to spend their money. When it comes to television production, though, the company is making a name for itself by taking on some of the riskiest projects coming out of Hollywood.


Warner Bros. Unveils a Slate of Superhero Films After Poor Summer

Warner Bros. has unveiled a slate of superhero films that the big Hollywood studio believes will help drive profit after it suffered through an uncharacteristically poor summer.


yMusic - “Bladed Stance” (video) (Premiere)

The wispy wind instruments of yMusic's "Bladed Stance" are complemented perfectly by the Terrence Malick-esque visuals of the song's video.


Weezer and the Problem of Fan Expectation

Weezer's new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, walks the tenuous line between redressing the band's follies and giving in to banal fan service.


Flow Tribe - “Back and Forth (Live)” (video) (Premiere)

For those keen on funky, NOLA grooves, Flow Tribe's "Back and Forth" will do the trick just right.


The Mundane and the Magical in ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’

Who knew that golden, verdant fields of wildflowers and ancient gods of unspeakable evil were so complementary?


‘Surgeon General’s Warning’ Provides a Fascinating History on a Controversial Position

Written in vivid detail and expertly researched, Mike Stobbe's chronicle of the office of the Surgeon General parts the curtains on some surprising heroes and brings us to a surprising conclusion.


Mount Eerie: New York - 24 September 2014

Phil Elverum brought minimalist arrangements of songs from upcoming Mount Eerie release Sauna to NYC's Le Poisson Rouge, along with plenty of mystery and endearing stage banter.


Johnny Marr: Playland (Reviews) [16.Oct.14]
Pharmakon: Bestial Burden (Reviews) [16.Oct.14]
JAWS: Be Slowly (Reviews) [16.Oct.14]
Billy Thermal: Billy Thermal (Reviews) [16.Oct.14]
Katie Kate: Nation (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
Vashti Bunyan: Heartleap (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
Dads: I’ll Be the Tornado (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
Foxygen: ...And Star Power (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
The Acacia Strain: Coma Witch (Reviews) [15.Oct.14]
The 10 Best New Breed Horror Filmmakers Working Today (Short Ends and Leader) [14.Oct.14]
Revocation: Deathless (Reviews) [14.Oct.14]
Jason Aldean: Old Boots, New Dirt (Reviews) [14.Oct.14]
Gui Boratto: Abaporu (Reviews) [14.Oct.14]
Texas in July: Bloodwork (Reviews) [14.Oct.14]
JW-Jones: Belmont Boulevard (Capsule Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
Plug in Stereo: Plug in Stereo (Capsule Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
OK Go: Hungry Ghosts (Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
Lights: Little Machines (Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
Purling Hiss: Weirdon (Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
FaltyDL: In the Wild (Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
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