Read, Reviews

Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” Proclaims Positivity in Vulnerability

The release of Glass Animals’ third and latest single off of Dreamland, “Heat Waves”, offers a fiery p...

By Harper Beattie | July 08, 2020
Listen, Tunesday

Tunesday Adds: Dream Wife, The Money War, & More

This week’s additions to our Tunesday playlist include the new singles from Irish rockers Fontaines D.C. as well a...

By Andrew Becker | July 07, 2020
Global Glimpse, Listen

Global Glimpse: Berlin

The German capital of Berlin has garnered a reputation as one of Europe’s best music cities. From classic industri...

By RPM | July 03, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Phoebe Bridgers Explores Trauma and Tragedy on Sophomore Record “Punisher”

On her long-awaited consecution to her 2017 debut, Phoebe Bridgers showcases prolific lyricism and meticulous melodies i...

By Harper Beattie | July 02, 2020
Playlist, Tunesday

Introducing Tunesday 2.0 featuring HAIM, Goth Babe, & More

Today we’re debuting our new Tunesday format: all your favorite new songs, all in one playlist. With that, we&rsqu...

By Andrew Becker | June 30, 2020
Global Glimpse, Listen

Global Glimpse: Guinea

Guinea’s musical heritage is highly influenced by the Mandinka of the djeli (storyteller). Add traditional instrum...

By RPM | June 26, 2020
Film, Reviews

Why Taika Waititi’s “Boy” Deserves a Second Look

Taika Waititi’s sensibilities have always been at play. Before Thor: Ragnarok or his directing style was displayed...

By David Ginsburg | June 26, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

RIZ LA VIE’s “Feed.” is a Cosmic Tool for Higher Introspection

RIZ LA VIE’s fourth studio EP released on June 4th is an exploration of the link that binds heart and mind in a so...

By Harper Beattie | June 24, 2020
Listen, Tunesday

RPM Presents: Tunesday 6/23/20

This week’s Tunesday is a mixed bag of the best new indie releases and some of our new favorite international disc...

By RPM | June 23, 2020
Film, Reviews

Why Ousmane Sembéne’s “Black Girl” Deserves a Second Look

Ousmane Sembéne wants to remind you that the end of slavery was not the end of slavery. Senegalese writer/directo...

By David Ginsburg | June 22, 2020
Film, Reviews

The Shadows of History Are in the Spotlight of Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods”

Director Spike Lee continues to press buttons and pull the right strings, begging America to wake up in his new film, Da...

By David Ginsburg | June 19, 2020
Features, Read

#TheShowMustBePaused: The Successes and Shortcomings of the Music Industry Black Out

June 2nd marked a day of industry-wide silence and reflection following a call to action under the hashtag #TheShowMustB...

By Harper Beattie | June 17, 2020