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Tuesday, December 9 2014

Lou Reed: Uptown Dirt, Downtown Man

Waiting for the Man is a beautiful read, fluid like a long conversation with a friend in your favourite coffee shop.

‘Yes Please’ Is White Liberal Feminism in Full Force

Yes Please is an honest but dull book that embraces the politics, and thereby the problems, of white liberal feminism.

The Top 10 Overlooked Albums of 2014

The finest of the unsung in 2014 remind us of the power of experimentation and tradition, energy and intricacy, discovery and getting lost.

Monday, December 8 2014

‘Terence Davies’ Is a Perceptive Exploration Into the Filmmaker’s Work

An illuminating, queer theory-influenced study of the work of one of Britain's most distinctive filmmakers.

Friday, December 5 2014

Julianne Moore works to find the person inside the struggle

Julianne Moore has a no-nonsense, down-to-earth style that avoids typical actor platitudes (a trait that made her turn as a phony has-been actress in David Cronenberg’s upcoming “Maps to the Stars” all the more ironic).

Counterbalance: Captain Beefheart’s ‘Safe As Milk’

The 498th most acclaimed album of all time was born in the desert, came on up from New Orleans. Captain Beefheart's startling 1967 debut album is this week's Counterbalance.

The Best Metal of 2014

Metal's shining moments in 2014 include a long-awaited reunion, a culmination of a nearly 20-year career, and a sophomore outing that rose to the occasion.

In ‘Magic in the Moonlight’, Ideas Trump Characters

The fundamentalist atheism and myopic intellectualism of Woody Allen's latest depiction of an older man/younger woman dynamic makes it a pale imitation of his best work.

Elsa Schiaparelli and Fashion Made Sublime

Meryle Secrest’s biography pays homage to Schiaparelli’s unique oeuvre by highlighting the efficiency of form and style in her designs, while framing them as miracles in their own right.

ZOM: Flesh Assimilation

This is pretty damn indispensable listening, and somewhere down below the man with the horns and cape is grinning in wild approval.

Stalley: Ohio (Reviews) [5.Dec.14]
Vyc Vypyr: A Hero’s Grave Part One (Capsule Reviews) [4.Dec.14]
The Best Americana of 2014 (Features) [4.Dec.14]
The Cream of Cream: Their 10 Best Songs (Sound Affects) [3.Dec.14]
The Best Indie Pop of 2014 (Features) [3.Dec.14]
Skydiggers: Angels (Reviews) [3.Dec.14]
20 Questions: Jen Wood (Features) [2.Dec.14]
The Best Indie Rock of 2014 (Features) [2.Dec.14]
The 10 Best Flaming Lips Sci-Fi Songs (Sound Affects) [26.Nov.14]
Prawn: Settled EP (Capsule Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
Andy Stott: Faith in Strangers (Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
The Bug vs Earth: Boa / Cold (Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
Parkay Quarts: Content Nausea (Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
Restorations: LP3 (Reviews) [25.Nov.14]
Raspberry Bulbs: Privacy (Reviews) [24.Nov.14]
Banda Los Recoditos: Sueño XXX (Reviews) [24.Nov.14]
Dana Stephens: Peace (Reviews) [21.Nov.14]
DOC NYC 2014: ‘Citizenfour’ (Reviews) [19.Nov.14]
Sam Hunt: Montevallo (Reviews) [19.Nov.14]
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