The Gorillaz concept album Plastic Beach has been coming to life in Europe these past few months, and now their quest for total Northern Hemisphere
PopMatters begins our annual coverage of the Toronto Film Festival today. We will include elements of traditional film criticism (as usual), reportage of the shoes of actresses (again, as usual), the legend Nicole Kidman, and more discussion of Black Swan than you ever thought possible.
Somehow, I’ve remained completely oblivious over the past few months to the news that a new version of Jonathan Swift’s timeless Gulliver’s
Oscar-watcher Matt Mazur dips into the history of this category and compares the Academy nominees with his own (frequently better) nominees!
Rough Trade and Matador Records will release new Belle and Sebastian album Belle and Sebastian Write About Love on October 11 in the UK and October 12
Interpol plays intimate show before releasing new CD plus streams it online at KCRW.com
During the big “boy band” craze of the late ‘90s, early ‘00s, LFO stood out. Their hip-hop style and inventive, fast wordplay gave them memorable
The Dresden Dolls, Boston's musical drama queens, will reunite and tour.
After traversing the globe for the first half of 2010—including Croatia, Ireland, and Jamaica—Grammy Award-winning humanitarian Maya Azucena is finishing up her third studio
In a little over two weeks, San Diego indie rockers Three Mile Pilot are finally releasing their long-awaited follow-up to Another Desert, Another Sea.