Puzzlewood is the retro-futurist synth band’s first album in over two decades — and it’s a welcome return.
What sort of film blends Afro-futurism, Batman, virtual reality, aliens, Stalin, and Jesus?
Community is the latest TV show to pull an episode over concerns of racist blackface content.
The song comes from the upcoming Christian hair metal movie “Electric Jesus.”
My inner ten-year-old is beside himself with joy.
Starflyer 59 returns with another solid collection of songs.
The electro-funk duo tackles the pandemic and quarantine life with their trademark grooves and cheekiness.
The instrumental post-rock band’s latest incorporates shoegaze textures and ’80s hooks.
This is the best gaming bundle that I have ever seen, and it’s all for a good cause.
The Clientele’s latest single is a fundraiser for Black Lives Matter.
Subscribers can listen to a collection of dark ambient soundscapes.
The religious leaders of my youth have some explaining to do.
Imagine listening to the pain of others and then making your response all about your discomfort and frustration.
This understated indie sci-fi film breathes new life into a familiar storyline thanks to assured direction and solid performances.
The Russian shoegazers’ latest single was recorded in quarantine.
This lovely little album by harpist Nailah Hunter stands in stark contrast to these chaotic times.
A Spike Lee heist, German sci-fi, conspiracy theories, Tarantino, a brilliant whodunit, and more.