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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
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
Films, 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
Films, Reviews

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

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

By David Ginsburg | June 22, 2020
Films, 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
Films, Reviews

Silence Speaks Louder Than Words in Kitty Green’s “The Assistant”

One of the first indie films to tackle the #Me-Too Movement simmers on screen, hitting close to home in it’s Weins...

By David Ginsburg | June 13, 2020
Album Reviews

Geyser Makes a Scene on Debut EP “Cover Your Eyes”

Minneapolis four-piece Geyser arrives on the alt-rock scene with impassioned debut, Cover Your Eyes. There are few thing...

By Harper Beattie | June 12, 2020
Films, Reviews

Male Pride and Killer Style in Quentin Dupieux’s “Deerskin”

Writer/director Quentin Dupieux is a master of the strange and darkly absurd. His films exist in a world all of their ow...

By David Ginsburg | June 04, 2020
Films, Reviews

Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow in Marc Collin’s “Le Choc du Futur” | SXSW 2020 Review

I’m going to begin at the end.  Right before the credits roll on Marc Collin’s debut feature, Le Choc d...

By David Ginsburg | May 07, 2020
Films, Reviews

Tomorrow’s Workers Still Facing Automation in “Lapsis” | SXSW 2020 Review

Writer/director Noah Hutton predicts the future in his latest film Lapsis. He has taken an inevitable technological adva...

By David Ginsburg | April 04, 2020

A Life of Hard Truths Explored in “I’ll Meet You There” | SXSW 2020 Review

Thanks to South by Southwest festival sending screeners I was finally able to view and now review writer/director Iram P...

By David Ginsburg | March 22, 2020