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Molly Ringwald and Brian d'Arcy James perform the key song from All These Small Moments with music supervision from Magnetic Fields producer Charles Newman.
The US-born rapper's at once expert and offhanded rhymes exude the kind of charm that has made Mattic a notable artist in his adopted home of France.
Kid Koala continues his gorgeous ambient series 'Music to Draw To' with a stellar pairing with Trixie Whitley on Music to Draw To: Io.
Disturbing pedophilia and time-consuming repetition drag down Haruki Murakami's Killing Commendatore.
Think of William Tyler's fingers as the wind rattling the leaves on the trees. There is no storm coming, but the gusts have their own power and cannot be ignored. They make a statement.
Sound artist Marc Richter produces a terrifying record in Seven Horses for Seven Kings by implementing elements of dissonance, off-kilter sampling, and intriguing sonic landscapes
Swervedriver's sixth album Future Ruins, their second since reuniting, faces dystopia with sustained momentum.
Soulful singer-songwriter Simon Lunche's "Cherry Wine" is a sweet and sumptuous, jazz-tinged single detailing a charming romance.
Flashy directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor attempted to make Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance more exciting than its predecessor, but their style sapped the energy that fueled the flame.
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