Three Tales by Steve Reich and Beryl KorotCity: Brooklyn, New York
Venue: Brooklyn Academy of Music
From Sulphur English's all-encompassing reverie to the LP's themes of the arcane, Inter Arma are most certainly in their wheelhouse, continuing to redefine what it means to be a modern-day metal band.
German-born alternative rock-pop powerhouse, Alice Merton has arrived in North America as a headlining artist after offering the refreshing taste of Mint, her full-length album debut.
Director Alex Ross Perry, a master of acidic comedy, continues his stellar partnership with Elisabeth Moss in Her Smell, a fast-burning rock drama that takes place mostly behind-the-scenes.
Colin Huebert (formerly of the Great Lake Swimmers and now of Siskiyou) offers brilliant, noisy and forward-thinking song from upcoming LP, Not Somewhere.
Texas post-rock collective Driving Slow Motion offer a taste of their inspired debut album, Arda, with the new track "Of the Sea".
Former Oh Village frontman Scott Currie establishes a new persona as Kuri and a solo project with this gorgeously haunting new single, "The Great Orator".
While Manuele Fior's Red Ultramarine is far from abstract expressionism, it is a pleasure to find an artist-writer who regards the art of his images to be equal to the narrative they convey.
Guitarist Ben Monder has created a quiet stunner: one disc of inventive solo guitar arrangements of standards, and then a second disc for his trio playing pop hits of the '60s and '70s in wonderful ways.
In Alicia Elliott's essay collection about colonialism, A Mind Spread Out on the Ground, she compares racism to the elusive role of dark matter in the universe.
It's Real proves that Ex Hex can draw influences from different eras of rock music and spin them into something that sounds like only them.
Our 20 Questions feature sums up the quality that Shabazz Palaces' Ishmael Butler only reveals once you get to talking with him: his dry, clipped humor.
Eclectic rock outfit, Pale Ramon take on the current political divide in America with raucous yet melodic poignancy on "Beat Punk".
Southern California folk duo Nathan & Jessie continue to innovate their sound with the sweet, jazz-tinged sway of the titular single from their upcoming album, You're the Star.
While Charlie Chaplin's music may have been meant as accompaniment to his movies, it can stand alone and provide solace today.