Living in Hong Kong, I hear the phrase “East meets West” a lot. Sometimes this is interpreted in odd ways like the television commercials for
It’s safe to say that Janelle Monáe’s 18-song epic The ArchAndroid is a near perfect record, effortlessly jumping between musical genres, vocal
Greenwich Village indie garage-rock foursome follow-up 2009's critical praise with a new EP.
We loved the Bug’s 2009 project London Zoo, giving the album an 8 and placing it in our top 10 albums of the year. To celebrate the 2
Blackdown recently wrote in a column at Pitchfork about how LV is bringing the sounds of South Africa to dubstep. This latest single from
Oscar-watcher Matt Mazur dips into the history of this category and compares the Academy nominees with his own (frequently better) nominees!
If you know Takashi Miike at all, then you’re probably a good enough horror fan already. If you don’t know him then, as
This video from the much-lauded post-dubstep duo’s Crooks and Lovers album features an appropriately unpolished young couple in a markedly low budget setting while
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I attended a Gin Blossoms show in Kansas City last week. I couldn’t help from thinking about this: How could one name a band