Features, Read

5 Things You Need to Know About Dad Bod

We caught up with Callie Marino and Wilson Zellar of Dad Bod​ following the release of their debut EP, Precursor. ...

By Harper Beattie | August 08, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

The Mañanas Rack Up the Retro on “Time Slot”

On their second single, Denver-based alt-rock duo The Mañanas couple retro aesthetics and cinematographic nostalg...

By Harper Beattie | August 07, 2020
Films, Reviews

Why Bong Joon-ho’s “The Host” Deserves a Second Look

Genre films are a great way to see the world for what it is. Monster movies may have giant destructive creatures, but th...

By David Ginsburg | August 06, 2020
Features, Read

The Last Great American Dynasty: The Untold Story of Rebekah Harkness

On her surprise indie-folk album folklore, Taylor Swift unveils the tragically beautiful tale of one of the wealthiest w...

By Harper Beattie | August 03, 2020
Films, Reviews

Life is Beautiful and Tragic in Bora Kim’s “House of Hummingbird”

South Korean films are having an amazing rise in U.S. viewership without the necessity for genre tropes. House of Hummin...

By David Ginsburg | August 02, 2020
Read, Today In History

Today in History: The Day Dylan Went Electric

On the final day of the fifth Newport Folk Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was a...

By Harper Beattie | July 25, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

The Waterfall II: My Morning Jacket’s Psychedelic Return to Music

Five years after the release of career-highlight LP The Waterfall, My Morning Jacket unearths its long-awaited follow-up...

By Harper Beattie | July 22, 2020
Films, Reviews

Why Lynne Ramsay’s “You Were Never Really Here” Deserves a Second Look

Lynne Ramsay is one of the best writer-directors working today. Her attention to character is nearly unparalleled, and t...

By David Ginsburg | July 20, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Grand Lotus’s The Vibrant Migrant Exudes Summer Nostalgia

On their first project in two years, Grand Lotus offers the perfect soundtrack to the summer you wish you were having. T...

By Harper Beattie | July 17, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Sufjan Stevens’s “America” is Protest in its Purest Form

With the unusual selection of a twelve-minute closing track as his album’s lead single, Sufjan Stevens demonstrate...

By Harper Beattie | July 15, 2020
Dream Setlist, Read

Dream Setlist: Bastille

For this installment of the Dream Setlist segment, Harper recounts concert highlights from British group Bastille, assem...

By Harper Beattie | July 13, 2020
Films, Reviews

Sasie Sealy’s “Lucky Grandma” Teaches You to Respect Your Elders

Sasie Sealy weaves a crime story within a tale of old age, regret, grief, and family. Director and co-writer Sasie Sealy...

By David Ginsburg | July 12, 2020