Mixed Media

November 2014

Lowbanks - “Treatz” (audio) (Premiere)

Scuzzy distortion and a crowd-ready singalong vibe exude from the latest tune by the Atlanta punks Lowbanks, "Treatz".


Madam West - “Symbols” (video)

Madam West are a New York-based quartet with a penchant for electronics and trip-pop fusion.


Iris Campo - “I’ll Wait For You” (audio) (Premiere)

The ultra-danceable "I'll Wait For You", which can count the songs of Imogen Heap as its sonic kin, is the latest from the Canadian musician Iris Campo.


CONTEST: David Baldacci Book Giveaway + $100 VISA Gift Card

David Baldacci’s books are great gift options for everyone on your holiday list and we are giving some away just in time for the holidays.


Bella Novela - “Four Walls” (audio) (Premiere)

The latest tune from the Long Beach trio Bella Novela, "Four Walls", is a classic rock-esque number in the vein of Heart and Pat Benatar with the tonality of a James Bond theme.


Paul McCartney’s Ten Greatest Live Performances

With a career as illustrious as Sir McCartney's, it is no surprise that these ten performances hit it as far out of the park as they do.


Fave Five: Sinoia Caves’ Favorite Film Scores

Sinoia Caves (Black Mountain's Jeremy Schmidt) did the iconic score for 2010's Beyond the Black Rainbow, the demand for it leading to a 2014 release for the first time. Now, Schmidt walks us through his Fave Five Film Scores, and it is a trip in and of itself.


Yung Truth, D.A., Hoodzee and L. Salv - “The Cypher” (video)

Four British MCs work a dark hip-hop groove in an exchange of words edged with the grit of London streets.


Devin Sinha - “Lone Elm Road” (video) (Premiere)

Devin Sinha offers up the newest video from his latest studio outing, The Seventh Season, for the tune rockish folk of "Lone Elm Road".


The Gibson Brothers - “Bye Bye Love” (audio) (Premiere)

With some ace bluegrass flatpicking and tender vocal harmonies, the Gibson Brothers' take on the Everly Brothers classic "Bye Bye Love" shows this reputable bluegrass group in fine form.


October 2014

//Blogs

The Best and Worst Films of Spring 2015

// Short Ends and Leader

"January through April is a time typically made up of award season leftovers, pre-summer spectacle, and more than a few throwaways. Here are PopMatters' choices for the best and worst of the last four months.

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