The wonderfully evocative lyrics are offset by the razor-sharp songwriting. The result is a dizzying album that refashions folk-rock music for the modern ear.
The jazz/hip-hop/electronica of keyboardist BigYuki—featured on the last Tribe Called Quest album—is a true hybrid that, surprisingly, contains more Louis Armstrong that you might think.
Her melodramatics are in the service of the material. We may be living in hell. Women in particular may be living in a worse hell than men. But as John Paul Sartre taught us long ago, hell is other people.
Garland discusses his personal approach to filmmaking and the beauty of nature and math -- and video games.
Kyle Higgins explores and expands the world of the Power Rangers, creating opportunities and complications for a powerful event.
Alex Garland's follow-up to Ex Machina is a visceral cinematic experience that, while plagued with structural problems, delivers plenty of thrills and eye-popping spectacle.
Soul band extraordinaire Barrence Whitfield and the Savages produce their first ever music video for the heavy blues rock number "Let's Go to Mars".
The Aussie blues rocker's latest shatters the idea of hiding behind the image of what people want you to be, instead daring to be authentic and show the world who you really are.