Friday, October 24 2014
With sonic brethren like Josh Ritter and Sufjan Stevens, the Portland, Oregon folk band Musée Mécanique offers up an instrumental version of its recent LP, the ornate and visionary From the Shores of Sleep.
Evocative and sensual, Kye Kye's remix of its own track "Her" reveals it to be a band always interested in reinventing itself.
Thursday, October 23 2014
Don’t judge Viola Davis for conducting a phone interview from her Jacuzzi. She’s earned her bubbles. The actress plays an ultra-intimidating professor and
The natural and warm vocal interplay of the husband/wife duo Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou is captured tenderly in the duo's latest music video, "For a Minute There".
The bleeding edge of college sports can be found in a dark room on the third floor of Robert Morris University’s downtown campus, where 35 highly skilled competitors practice for four hours a day without breaking a sweat.
The neo-soul of the Maytags' latest number, "Cassius", is an inviting sample of what's to come on the group's forthcoming EP, Nova.
Neil Gaiman constantly surprises, and he’s done it again with The Graveyard Book Volume 2, the wrap-up of the novel’s adaptation to comics.
The latest tune by the Philadelphia rock outfit Split/Red, "Road to Aguilares (for Rutilio Grande)", is dedicated to El Salvadorian liberation theologian Rutilio Grande.
Jason Reitman’s drama Men, Women & Children explores the way the Internet is shaping (and warping) our lives.
Detroit duo TART release first music video for the darkly danceable, riff-laden "Lobbyist".