Wednesday, March 4 2015
Detroit and Baltimore rappers release a new collaborative song in preparation of two-month tour.
Without electricity, indoor plumbing or modern medicine, people toiled endlessly to survive.
Tuesday, March 3 2015
The Order: 1886 wants to be a popcorn flick as badly as it does a video game.
Stream the cryptic and dark new album by the St. Louis rock outfit CaveofswordS, Sigils, a week leading up to its release.
A boy whose roommate gave him nightmares, fed him frightening foods, and beat him while listening to Jesus Christ Superstar, tracks down his tormentor.
Monday, March 2 2015
Despite taking place five years in the future and sharing the title and more or less the premise of a 1964 Vincent Price movie — post-pandemic post-apocalypse — The Last Man on Earth is not science-fiction.
The legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan gets away with murder in the old-timey noir music video of his Frank Sinatra cover "The Night We Called It a Day".
Now with the police killings of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Mo., and New York prompting protests and new calls for cultural self-examination comes John Ridley’s American Crime, which premieres March 5.
It was as though some force were propelling the Staple Singers into the public consciousness again, timed to coincide with the arrival of a pair of resurrected recordings.
Yann Demange’s 71 takes us back to the swirling maelstrom of the peak of the civil war in Northern Ireland. Set just three years after “The Troubles” began and a year before “Bloody Sunday", it’s an intricate, intimate thriller about a single soldier’s nightmare day and night on the front lines.