Shannon Plumb pens a beautiful, idiosyncratic response to Michael Almereyda's movie about love, death and memory.
Hours after his mother died, a brief encounter with Canadian band Chixdiggit gave him hope.
Steven Sheil looks at why people watch and make horror films, and the profound emotions and questions that are inherently rooted in the genre.
On David Bowie’s last Death Album.
On Sufjan Stevens’ spare, lo-fi and brilliant new album, joy wages epic battle with desperation and mortality. Spoiler alert: joy wins.
On moving past discomfort with the idea of fandom.
The veteran writer/producer turned director asks why one of our most beloved movie genres is currently in such a perilous state.
The sonic time travel of Hierophants sends Zohra Atash on a trip through her memories.
The Hotelier’s frontman grapples with Nipple Tapes, music unfettered by anything he considers music.
Not many people need to write songs anymore. Most of us (humans) just need some kind of validation of the self, and everyone knows that being in an...