New Music, Read, Reviews

Suburban Living Finds Comfort in Loneliness and Isolation in How to Be Human

Philadelphia’s dreamy Suburban Living takes us to a pensive new world in their third album How to be Human, out Au...

By Ema Barnes | August 27, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Lizzy McAlpine’s Debut Album is a Great Folky Indie Pop Break-Up Album

Crafting an emotional break up album, Lizzy McAlpine’s debut Give Me a Minute is a satisfying sonic journey. Break...

By Brian Fox | August 26, 2020
New Music, Read, Reviews

Zam Captures the Feeling of a Carefree Summer on his Debut Single “Lucky”

“Lucky” by Zam captures a bubbly, easy going summer feel in his debut single as a solo artist. The man behin...

By Brian Fox | August 23, 2020
Films, Reviews

Finding Comfort Through Conversation in Austin Salt-Cowell’s “Death Cafe”

Death is a difficult topic of conversation. I personally have moments of panic when I realize the finite nature of our e...

By David Ginsburg | August 23, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Alex the Astronaut Soars to New Heights on Debut LP, The Theory of Absolutely Nothing

With the release of her debut record, Sydney-native Alex the Astronaut (Alex Lynn) explores themes of change, loss,...

By Harper Beattie | August 20, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Sublimity and Sentimentality: Inside Jaguar Sun’s Stunning Debut, This Empty Town

Like a dusty photo album in your parents’ house, Jaguar Sun cracks open an intimate glance of bittersweet hometown...

By Harper Beattie | August 15, 2020
Album Reviews, Read, Reviews

Lion: Jon Gurd’s Sonic Salute to Human Resilience

On his Anjunadeep debut LP, Jon Gurd explores themes of grief, courage, and rebirth with merging elements of deep house ...

By Harper Beattie | August 14, 2020
Films, Reviews

Why James Gunn’s “Super” Deserves a Second Look

Just like in his acclaimed Guardians of the Galaxy movies, in Super, James Gunn isn’t afraid to push his character...

By David Ginsburg | August 13, 2020
New Music, Read, Reviews

Singer/Songwriter Noa Zimmerman Call for Positive Change in New Music Video, “Rapture”

“Rapture”, a new song from Noa Zimmerman, speaks to our strange times, giving voice to feelings of hopelessn...

By RPM | August 12, 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
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