Despite a premise that feels ripped from today's headlines, the debut film from writer-director Henry Dunham works as both a tense reflection on these times of gun violence and an effective study of something far more timeless.
Just as it's hard not to look at a road accident, it's hard to put Christopher J. Yates' uncomfortable book down.
Graham Reynolds' The Difference Engine: A Triple Concerto is available on vinyl for the first time with remixes from remixes: DJ Spooky, Octopus Project, and Demian Galvez.
Powell and Pressburger's witty wartime classic about a British airman who goes to court in heaven to appeal his death is a celebration of the human spirit that separates romanticism from sentimentality.
Lost Bayou Ramblers Spin-Off, Michot's Melody Makers Issue Debut With 'Blood Moon' (album stream + interview)
With Lost Bayou Ramblers approaching a possible hiatus, lead singer and fiddler Louis Michot brings us a whole new batch of fun and fiddlin' that marries the historical to the contemporary.
Novalima shapes old Andean traditions into a dance-ready present on fully-formed Ch'usay.
While carrying over many of the practices of his previous record, Tim Hecker shifts his perspective away from the dreamscapes of Love Streams and explores a darker spiritual realm on Konoyo.
St. Lenox creates fables more than stories, where the line between fabulism and realism exists is purposely smudged. These are songs that not only make you think but make you feel.
Jill Sobule has made a great album with Nostalgia Kills which draws from her past, but points towards her future.