While Vik Muniz made his name by incorporating "everyday objects into his photographic process," as the film puts it, now he recognizes the ways is subjects are not such "objects."
“I predict big things for Josa Peit, based on the evidence here, for she is a force to be reckoned with, augmenting the hazy, late-night,
You certainly didn’t ask for it, but those maniacs at Olde English Spelling Bee provided it anyway. After Tri Angle’s unexpectedly awesome Lindsay
Spike Lee's angry and magnificent documentary tracks how the U.S. exploitation of resources, in particular oil, has shaped New Orleans' ongoing fragility.
Submarine is a coming-of-age tale set in Wales about an awkward 15-year-old named Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts). Sally Hawkins, who has recently delivered a
Brooklyn based Superhuman Happiness recently came to my attention and I want to share them with the world. Last month the seven-piece eclectic collective (fearlessly
UK dubstep group Magnetic Man just hit US shores with their debut and are about to play Coachella, while pioneering London dubstep producer Benga remixes their hit, "Perfect Stranger".
French-duo Gentlemen Drivers offer up a brain-stimulating visual adventure that is equal parts creepy, strange and obscure for "Valdor".
Diego Garcia, the former frontman of Elefant, releases his solo debut this week, an album written to heal a broken heart.
Brian Suarez, aka Allies, blends synth-pop and über dancy electro in a masterful way that produces instantly memorable tunes.