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Thursday, May 29 2014

Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis: Our Year

Robison and Willis deliver the goods on Our Year, a beguiling mix of plain Western harmony and swampy groove.


Popstrangers: Fortuna

Popstrangers's second album leaves behind the grinding rock heft of its debut for new pop textures that can be striking.


Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Someday World

Two naturally complementary collaborators make half of an OK album and half of what could have been one of the best records of the year.


Mark E: Product of Industry

UK producer Mark E crafts an enjoyably immersive album full of repetition and rumination.


Wednesday, May 28 2014

20 Questions: Unicycle Loves You

Jim Carroll's band Unicycle Loves You changes styles every album, and now are smothering joyous pop hooks in fuzzed-out indie grit. This dynamic fuels ULY's sound, but as this 20 Questions reveals, Carroll is fueled by oh-so-much more.


What Edgar Wright’s Departure from ‘Ant-Man’ Says About Marvel

At one time, Marvel was seen as taking risks in defiance of the bottom line. Those days are gone, apparently.


Children of the Stones - “Save for Me” (video) (Premiere)

Mark Van Hoen's Children of the Stones are back again with yet another 2014 release, revealing a trippier, moodier side on "Save for Me".


Always Having Options Is Very Important in Joshua Ferris’ ‘To Rise Again at a Decent Hour’

This novel has naysayers, but the literary world could use a few more brainy risk-takers like Joshua Ferris.


Tuesday, May 27 2014

Moving Pixels Podcast: Exploring the Rituals and Riddles of ‘Year Walk’

While Device 6 is a game about exploring textuality. Simogo's other game of exploration, Year Walk, explores the ritual and folklore of an equally unusual but seemingly more mundane landscape.


Friday, May 23 2014

Familiar Looking Strangers - “Saturday Night” (audio) (Premiere)

PopMatters presents "Saturday Night", a wah-wah guitar-heavy tune by Liverpool-based rockers Familiar Looking Strangers.


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Coldplay: Ghost Stories (Reviews) [19.May.14]
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