Friday, April 17 2015
Underground-turned-super producer Emile Haynie (KiD CuDi, Lana Del Ray, Eminem) stunt-casts his debut like crazy (Randy Newman?!) and against the odds crafts a very firm pop record out of the attention deficit.
Thursday, April 16 2015
Vincent D’Onofrio never had aspirations to be the leading man. He wanted to be a character actor.
Somewhat counterintuitively, modern composer Jared C. Balogh rediscovers his hip-hop roots by not rapping with his new release -- which, like most of his music, is available to download for free.
How much Wolf Hall can one nation outside the Commonwealth stand? Apparently, quite a bit when you consider the number of Anglophiles, prestige-hounds, royal soap opera addicts and ugly divorce rubberneckers among us.
New York City singer/songwriter Lindsey Cohen brings rocking riffs and pensive introspection in equal measures with her new EP, Distance Makes Me Sensitive.
In the final installment of their live gig at London's Wilton's Music Hall, the sibling trio the Staves perform the lush "Black and White".
Seth Glier abstains from pretense and offers instead an album filled unbridled pop perfection.
As this Estonian-Georgian film shows, in harsh wartime conditions, something as unassuming as bringing in a tangerine crop safely becomes a significant metaphorical act.