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Aug 25, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

In the spirit of every great band who made it to the top and managed to remain within that vicinity, The Killers have retained their glitz and bombast for 17 years, while leaving their creative evolutionary process on proud display for all to see.  More

The Other Two (Season Two)

HBO Max, August 26, 2021

Aug 24, 2021 TV Web Exclusive

The elevator pitch for The Other Two doesn’t sound like anything you would want to press play on. Two millennials siblings with flailing careers as an out-of-work actor and a stationary dancer navigate the overnight success of their YouTube sensation 13-year-old brother while their irrepressibly peppy mom helicopters over the three of them. More

Aug 24, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Originally self-released through Alice Coltrane’s publishing company The Avatar Institute in 1982 on cassette only and then only unofficially reissued in Germany during the last 10 years, this is the first official reissue of this beautiful and unique album. More

Original Cast Album: “Company”

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Aug 24, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

Simplicity is key in Company. More


Slight Return

Baja Dracula

Aug 23, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Canandaigua is the one-man project of Washington D.C.’s Raul Zahir De Leon. He’s a veteran of the tightly knit D.C. music scene, but Slight Return nonetheless feels every bit the discovery of a new voice.  More

Angel Olsen



Aug 20, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Throughout the pandemic, songwriter Angel Olsen found solace in the seemingly strangest of places: the supermarket. By hearing classic hits of decades past over the loudspeakers, Olsen tapped into a new type of sound—straying away from somber melodies woven into past albums (notably, 2016’s My Woman and 2019’s All Mirrors). More

Aug 20, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

It’s true that Infinite Granite, the fifth album from San Francisco’s Deafheaven, marks a sharp sonic left-turn for the band, but this has been on the cards for a while.  More

Aug 20, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Alice Johnson of Swim School has described the recent COVID restrictions and subsequent lockdowns as an opportunity for the band to develop their sound. Their debut EP, making sense of it all, showcases just how well spent that time has been.  More

Aug 19, 2021 Music Web Exclusive

Ora the Molecule, the left-field synthwave moniker of Nora Schjelderup, crafts living worlds in her music. On her debut record, Human Safari, her songs pulse, ripple, and shift, tracing circles around Schjelderup’s elegant melodies and spoken word vocals. There’s a conscious magic to these worlds, with Schjelderup crafting songs that are at turns haunting and at others joyous. More