Youth Lagoon's Trevor Powers reclaims his name and his creative freedom on experimental album Mulberry Violence.
A consummate singer, Fay Victor, demonstrates that it is her right and ability to improvise freely, and in so doing she creates a potent connection with her band and her listeners.
Newly restored by Milestone Films, Luchino Visconti's Rocco and His Brothers (Rocco e i suoi fratelli) is an epic of postwar Italy and a melodrama of seismic proportions boasting great photography and performances.
St. Lenox urges us to consider committing small acts of kindness and social justice as a way of creating bigger change on "Don't Ever Change Me NYC".
Humorists have served as the conscience of cultures ever since (and before) court jesters ridiculed omnipotent royalty for its hypocrisy, pomposity, and corruption. Punk continues to fulfill that essential social role in relation to the powers-that-be of the modern world.
The inimitable Ace Frehley rocks Berkeley with the timeless classics and incendiary lead guitar that launched an army of guitar players and rock 'n' roll devotees.
Electronic producer Steve Hauschildt leaves behind his trademark cosmic, electronic sound and builds the impressive Dissolvi through minimal motifs and subtle progressions.
Ebony Bones performs a deep exploration of her complex sound, resulting in a magnificent collage of different genres and approaches producing a poignant, multifaceted work.