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Sep 17, 2019 Live

"We like to create souvenirs." These are not my words but those of Jenny Thibault, one of the founders and festival directors of FME, Quebec's largest musical showcase event. More

Sep 17, 2019 Live

A thrilling and singular take of what a live show can be. More

Sep 17, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Birth of Violence is the second collection of acoustic songs for Chelsea Wolfe, who is carrying a decade of successful evolution. More

Sep 16, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Co-produced by Jay Som (Melina Duterte), Chastity Belt is album four for this group of close friends-Julia Shapiro, Lydia Lund, Gretchen Grimm, and Annie Truscott-who have been supporting each other for at least 10 years. More

Liam Gallagher: As It Was

Studio: Screen Media
Directed by Charlie Lightening and Gavin Fitzgerald

Sep 13, 2019 Cinema Web Exclusive

By turns meandering, charming, pointless, and disarming, the film, As It Was, documents the last ten years in the life of Liam Gallagher. More


Adult Baby

Adult Baby

Sep 13, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

When you hear Adult Baby, it's impossible not to think of Blonde Redhead. After all KAZU is the project of Blonde Redhead's vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Kazu Makino. More


Beneath the Eyrie


Sep 12, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Pixies' post-reformation releases have been burdened with a problem. There is no way that the band can capture their epoch-defining original four albums (and one mini-album). How could they? The world is different, they are different, heck, music is different! More

Sep 11, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

In Europe the August Bank Holiday is traditionally one of the year's busiest when it comes to music festivals. Yet while the likes of Creamfields, Leeds, and Reading might attract six figure crowds with blanket television and radio coverage to boot, those with a more intimate feel undoubtedly provide a more satisfying outlet for the music connoisseur. More


Studio: The Criterion Collection

Sep 11, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

Klute is a character study — two character studies, really — and the nuances of Klute and Daniels' complex relationship are the true meat of the film. More