After a half-dozen albums, We Are Scientists are far from running out of hooks, but these days they seem to deploy those hooks better when they are stretching themselves.
Jenkins, founder of One Peoples Project, tells PopMatters that contrary to the fear many Americans feel, it's actually life-affirming to talk about fascism and racism.
Roots rocker Charlie Smyth celebrates the announcement of his new album, The Way I Feel, with a revamped Neil Diamond classic.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post explores a teenager's struggles at a gay conversion therapy camp, and Tully a suburban wife's depression after having a third child. Both aim at empathy.
Eschewing nostalgia, filmmaker Neville of Won't You Be My Neighbor is far more interested in Fred Rogers' ideas than his biography.
Just in time for Earth Day, Moira Smiley releases a soulful a cappella arrangement of Lead Belly classic "Bring Me Little Water, Silvy".
Moken brings wit and style to a battle between Mark Twain and Albert Einstein in his new video "A Bone to Grind with Einstein".