Interview w/ Megan Hattie
Apr24

Interview w/ Megan Hattie

With the hauntingly layered and chaotically cool release of 9 Bed, No Bath, Megan Hattie has launched the most entrancing and inimitable compilation of the year.

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In Search of Israeli Cuisine
Apr21

In Search of Israeli Cuisine

“Food is not political” is the foundation of Roger Sherman’s In Search of Israeli Cuisine. The documentary is a culturally subversive look at the many food-related differences in Israel.

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The Red Shoes
Apr16

The Red Shoes

Sweat lacquered, brow furrowing, thirsty dudes are on the hunt to destroy everyone’s careers, even their own, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s 1948 classic, The Red Shoes.

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Strange Relations Releases ‘Maria Sweet’
Apr15

Strange Relations Releases ‘Maria Sweet’

With last year’s Going Out EP, St. Paul, Minnesota’s Strange Relations created the perfect narrative of faded neon signs and corkscrewed cigarette smoke. Casey Sowa’s lyrics poured over compositions that played like eerie reveries.

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Forgetting for an Hour: Colors, Waves, Broad Strokes
Apr14

Forgetting for an Hour: Colors, Waves, Broad Strokes

The symphonic infrastructure of art across all mediums does indeed still exist in 2017, but it requires some digging beneath the surface to unearth, especially in music and cinema.

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Cézanne Et Moi
Apr12

Cézanne Et Moi

Danièle Thompson’s Cézanne-Et-Moi is drenched with a self-importance that, though draining, is utterly fitting to the historical men it brings to life.

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Of Ennui: All Things Bad & Mean
Apr11

Of Ennui: All Things Bad & Mean

Of Ennui’s melodic discord channels My Bloody Valentine’s speaker eviscerating distortion, all while adding layers of viscous dread. There’s a defiant sense of peril, aggression, and intangible comfort throughout the record’s hypnotic running time.

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Drink Up with the Popravinas
Apr09

Drink Up with the Popravinas

Formed in Los Angeles in 1983, the Mutts built up a legend for raucous live shows, ragged pop gems about blondes with bangs, John Hughes movies and the burning desire to live in San Diego.

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Eyes Without a Face
Apr02

Eyes Without a Face

It is clear to see the influence this film has had on certain works from the likes of John Carpenter, Pedro Almodovar, Guillermo Del Toro, and countless others.

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Interview w/ Amanda Starling of Angry Grrrl Music
Apr01

Interview w/ Amanda Starling of Angry Grrrl Music

Started in 2016, Angry Grrrl Music highlights “women, femmes, LGBTQ+, and minority movements in the punk rock & indie rock scenes,” and guests span from the musicians themselves to “supporting” members of the music industry like Jamie Coletta of SideOne Dummy Records and Sheridan Allen of mental health advocacy group Punk Talks.

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