Monday, March 9 2015
With sonic companions such as Billy Joel and Sam Smith, Tor Miller's brand of piano-centric pop casts a wistful and fond gaze upon New York City.
The internet economy has changed the world, and Andrew Keen (still) isn't happy about it.
In his examination of the social isolation caused by capitalism, Jean-Luc Godard wanders too far off into the cerebral.
If death haunts fewer of the stories collected here than one might imagine, it's because there are things worse than death.
The Bends is 12 songs, perfectly arranged, each running three to five minutes. Together they form the blueprint on which so many rock bands owe their entire careers, particularly those in the alternative rock fold.
PopMatters begins its look back at Radiohead's The Bends today. Here we examine The Bends track by track, examining it from angles spanning the cultural to the theoretical.
Moments of calm within the hurricane rush of massed vocals and guitars, from a young York, England, punk trio.
Friday, March 6 2015
Unfinished Business is like a juggler given too many divergent elements to manage.
Comics covers may not always reflect what's inside, but it's difficult to see covers as distinct from the books they adorn.
These eight films collectively demonstrate a master filmmaker with a total understanding and command of cinematic language.