Steve Carell’s latest foray into the world of the dramedy comes in the form of Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, releasing 22 June.
In a perfect world, Black would be your new favorite diva, as she has all of the pop friendliness that the title implies, but grounded in a restless musicality.
Porcelain Raft's new video is an arty black and white shoot of the band gamely trading places in front of a stark white background.
The eagerly awaited new Grimes album, Visions, releases next week. Look for our review then, but in the meantime, you can sample a few MP
If they can stop one act of violence, they might stop another.
“I love baseball. You know, it doesn’t have to mean anything. It’s just very beautiful to watch.” Thus Leonard Zelig (Woody Allen) indicates
RACES' psych-influenced indie pop will be on full display when Year of the Witch releases on 27 March. In the meantime, check out today's premiere of a new remix.
The nominees for the 2012 Live Action Short Oscar alternate between expected and slightly less, all having something to do with time, its elusiveness and its ineluctable demands.
The buoyant single “What Love Looks Like”, debuting here on PopMatters, is clearly the product of a life-learned maturity. Fittingly making its premiere on Valentine’s Day, the song is a portrait of modern-day love, set to an upbeat and melodious tune
Starting with the most memorable and ending with the most dull (or clichéd), here’s what happened on “music’s biggest night”.