A New Morning for Arctic Monkeys
September 9, 2013
The Arctic Monkeys have long been an embodiment of the Siren-like allure of dimly lit dive bars that litter obscure alleyways and familiar street corners.
The Holy Trinity of Divine Fits
August 27, 2012
Writers barely had time to formulate a few coherent sentences about the supergroup by the time the news hit the web: Divine Fits—comprising Spoon’s leading man Britt Daniel, Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade, and New Bomb Turks’ Sam Brown—had materialized as if out of thin air, yet felt like something that’s been long overdue.
Adam Brody Makes Some Winsome Wagers
April 20, 2012
Exploring the corrosive relationship of Clark and Becca, Nathaniel Krause’s short film Double or Nothing began as a personal thesis project—and wound up involving the intricately somber conceptions of Neil LaBute, who wrote it, and the witty banter of Adam Brody, who stars.
Housse de Racket is a Love-All Match
March 22, 2012
With their transcendent tunes and light-as-air aesthetic, Housse de Racket is becoming one of those bands whose name you’re going to need to remember. Appearing on French label Kitsuné’s radar and exploding all over the country, the boys have now turned their sights to conquering America, one impossibly catchy track at a time.