The hippest composer in post-minimalism today, Marc Mellits, receives an excellent tribute from the superb contemporary music ensemble, New Music Detroit.
The prominent Birmingham music festival Supersonic returned for three days of experimental goodness, curated this year by Robert Aoki Aubrey Lowe.
Dreams tell stories, but movies are so much more than just dreams. Brühlmann discusses her coming-of-age feature debut, Blue My Mind.
Criterion's Blu-ray release of Midnight Cowboy comes with a generous package of extras that fans and those new to the film will appreciate.
Separate and Unequal provides a riveting account of a crucial moment in US history. It offers a penetrating insight into the manner in which good intentions and just causes necessarily confront the mechanisms of governmental bureaucracy.
Chebran Volume 2 continues Born Bad Records' exploration of French boogie from '70s and '80s, with Volume 2 focusing on the years 1982-89.
Experimental hip-hop act Death Grips returns with a more straightforward and direct offering in the rock-infused Year of the Snitch.
How many times can a jazz musician shed his skin anew? According to Javier Santiago's Phoenix, it can work for every song.