Skate Kitchen gives an impressionistic presentation of city skateboarding as a gritty, tribal ritual where women roar as loudly as men and where wayward souls try to forge distinct personalities through loud dress, comic vulgarity, and the crisp imitation of spins and jumps.
By opening the door to collaborators, the Orb have created a finely-tuned, artistic slam-dunk on No Sounds Are Out of Bounds.
Religious conservatives have spent as much time studying popular culture as they have condemning it, and they have arguably learned its lessons more effectively than social progressives.
BottleRock Napa Valley provides a tantalizing "first taste of summer" with three days of rock, pop, and craft booze.
Rising electronic duo KLLO team up with the Wild Honey Pie to present captivating live performances of their songs, "Dissolve" and "Nylon".
Raw power and sharp technique make for hard-edged funk on Jupiter and Okwess' Kin Sonic.
"We are all Rachel Dolezal": on Asad Haider's 'Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age of Trump'
Among other critiques of identity politics, Haider believes that we each can slip between identities at will. Indeed, it's a universal human condition.
Americana's Matt Epp commands attention with captivating musings on the parallels of love and light on new album Shadowlands.
On their second album, the Antichrist Imperium make an attempt to extend their progressive death/black metal sound by embracing thrash elements.
Enigmatic vocalist Happy Rhodes who blurs lines between dream pop and progressive rock talks about her earliest recordings and beating back rejection and loneliness through art.