Jose Solís wanted to be a spy since he was a child, which is why by day he works as a content editor and by night he writes and dreams of film. Although he doesn’t travel the world fighting villains, his mission is to trek the planet from screen to screen. He has been writing about film since 2003 and regularly contributes to The Film Experience and PopMatters. He is a member of the Online Film Critics Society.
Josh Hodges is launching yet another vault release of rarities, but his feeling towards the process and the peace that he's found prove distinct in its own right.
07 Nov 2017
"It means something that we're up on the stage playing the songs we're playing because it helps [queer people] find the strength to be who they are."
05 Oct 2017
One of the UK's pioneering dance groups went wild and weird for their homespun new effort, out now as the band celebrates their 27th anniversary.
05 Jun 2017
"I love the ballet because it's a language which I'm not a native speaker of. I admire and love watching ballet, but I'm not a dancer, so for me it has a magical quality."
18 Apr 2017
It's been over three years since Goldfrapp put out their latest set of lush electro, and with a polarized world, their new music has a fascinating new voice.
30 Mar 2017
Unafraid of genre or style, Thievery Corporation are back with an album influenced by everything from Jamaica to the current political climate.
07 Mar 2017
PopMatters spoke to Sam France and Jonathan Rado about the themes that dominate the album, their work with a 40-piece orchestra, and their strange connection to the POTUS.
06 Mar 2017
Having put out a dozen albums in as many years, the members of demented disco rock outfit Electric Six show no signs of slowing down.
12 Jan 2017
Documentaries, tours, and the bossa nova song stylists' first ever stab at original songs infuses the celebrated group with new energy, new life.
28 Nov 2016
Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor goes solo and goes stark, with a sparse, voice-and-piano album that is unlike anything he's ever done.
19 Sep 2016
After winning a Tony for his work on Spring Awakening, pop craftsman Sheik now tackles bringing American Psycho to the stage.
07 Apr 2016
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