Zachary Cale's album might sound timeless, yet it's rooted in a very specific time: sunset. But the sunset of what? A day, an empire, an era?
This is no typical song of the summer. Celebrating resistance and community in the face of dehumanizing violence, it sends exactly the right message.
In which the author fulfills his responsibility to respond to the film by combining well-reasoned observations with an extended ice cream metaphor.
A Spike Lee protégé makes an impression with his debut feature, an intense moral thriller that puts a human face on South American drug trafficking.
Wu-Tang’s mysterious new album will not be heard by virtually anyone for 88 years. So what does it have to do with the Eiffel Tower?
If there’s a teenage girl in your life, you would be wise to show her this film.
The French actor-turned-director's latest fuses the police procedural with an off-kilter sex comedy in a surprising (and oddly life-affirming) way.
On his new mixtape, Mick Jenkins displays a vulnerability and an urgency that put him in a class of his own.
This elegiac portrait of the Southern city excels by being quietly, unobtrusively observational rather than wanting to be part of the action.
There's this Mannie Fresh interview on YouTube that I've probably watched a million times. Or at least as many times as you need to watch something...