Friday, April 24 2015
Harrison Ford's performance in this film about a woman who doesn't age foregrounds the consideration of time and desire, how each shapes the other, and how both affect imaginative horizons.
Seattle quintet Ivan & Alyosha's "Modern Man" is a driving, earnest rock number that you can find on their forthcoming LP, It’s All Just Pretend.
Pale White Dove is one of those albums that demands attention, Doug Burr’s apparent obscurity notwithstanding.
I can only agree with the title. I am astonished.
Liverpudlian singer/songwriter Rosenblume channels Greenwich Village and Laurel canyon folk in his latest EP, All Through the Fire, All Through the Rain.
Cobain’s witty self-awareness is one of many new and heartrending sides of him brought to light in Brett Morgen’s new HBO documentary, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.
Because it is unsure whether it wants to push the Bible or a little boy's wavering faith, Little Boy ends up giving us neither.
You might not hear of bands talking about XTC as a big influence, but they were certainly in the mix that became the music that was to come.
Instead of a potent post-war drama, first time director Russell Crowe gives us a jumbled, often incoherent attempt at an epic.
A household name in his native country, Italy has in Marracash one of its biggest contenders of hip-hop.