The First Wave punk band is simultaneously self-deprecating and steadfast in their Leftist politics.
The experimental short film, scored with tracks from the new Album by The Dig, is melancholic and beautiful.
The multi-talented singer-songwriter-dancer pays proper tribute to ball culture
Brett Morgen re-opens old wounds with an emotional documentary about the Nirvana frontman.
The terror and euphoria of true intimacy are defined in Father John Misty’s stunning new album.
An early Toronto standout, this French film charts the two decades-long rise and fall of a French DJ. And it’s a family affair.
With Danger Mouse on the knobs, The Black Keys have broken their own mold in beautiful fashion.
The gap-tooth rapper shakes off the heartbreak and evolves on all levels.
A lost album unearthed from before the Rick Rubin sessions, as Johnny Cash began to feel the mortality of his fading star.
Sidestepping the pitfalls of doom metal bands, Conan emerge from the pack with fascinating dynamics.
Thou translate the darkest parts of the soul into glorious musical power on their latest offering.
An immensely powerful debut album arrives from Philadelphia noise-fuzz-pop quartet Nothing.
The latest from Earth Crisis is a tedious metalcore flirtation that doesn’t break any new ground.
Taking a closer look at GBV’s 20-track collection of guitar-driven, rough-edged pop.
Has Mark Kozelek become the musical equivalent of Spalding Grey?
You are not prepared for the devastation at hand.
Beck Hansen returns with another downtempo stroke of genius.
Regurgitated riffs and gimmicks do not make for an impressive album.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
When all your songs are horse galloping epics of swinging swords and fists raised to the Gods in rebellion, it can get to be a bit much.