Discovery: Charlotte Cardin
November 29, 2016
From nationally televised karaoke to winking diary entry confessions, French-Canadian chanteuse Charlotte Cardin has come into her own since a fourth-place run on La Voix (Montreal’s incarnation of The Voice) in 2013.
A Decade of Trentemöller
September 16, 2016
Trentemøller has always defied definition. Ten years have passed since the Danish electronic musician (born Anders Trentemøller) marked his arrival with The Last Resort, his debut full-length album of pulsating post-punk tracks.
Marcus Marr, Rocket Man
August 19, 2016
Marcus Marr has long been making waves in the music halls of his native London, and he seems destined to have a similar impact stateside.
The Makings of a Man
July 22, 2016
Much like Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds imagines a violent and satisfying demise for Adolf Hitler, actor-turned-director Brady Corbet’s feature debut, The Childhood of a Leader, imagines a fascist leader’s fictional childhood.
July 15, 2016
Little is known about the musical duo POSTAAL beyond their first names. The mystery surrounding them is, perhaps, all by design; the pair makes electronic music that’ll get you dancing, surely, but more notably, they’re not afraid to write about subjects greater than the sum of themselves.
Discovery: High Water
July 13, 2016
High Water (a.k.a. Will Epstein) creates sonic pools that listeners want to dive into. His debut LP Crush was released on July 1 (via Other People) and here, we’re pleased to premiere his music video for “Bad Touch.”
Breaking the Bully Cycle
June 8, 2016
Felix Thompson’s feature-length debut King Jack became a Tribeca Film Festival hit earlier this year, taking home the fest’s coveted Audience Award.
GAIKA’s U.S. Debut
May 31, 2016
Born and raised the belly of South London, experimental R&B musician and visual artist GAIKA has been steadily making a name for himself in the city’s underground music scene.
All Eyes on Gallant
May 10, 2016
Gallant skillfully toes the line between macro and micro trials of heart and mind.
Wild Nothing Balances Out
May 6, 2016
Last month, Wild Nothing (A.K.A. multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Jack Tatum) kicked off an international tour for his third full-length release Life on Pause.
Dave Harrington, Front and Center
April 12, 2016
With his latest full-length release Become Alive, multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington puts himself front and center for the first time
Pablo Trapero’s Family Affair
March 18, 2016
After taking its native Argentina by storm and becoming the nation’s highest grossing opening weekend box office to date, producer-director Pablo Trapero’s The Clan debuts in New York City and Los Angeles on March 18.
Discovery: Starchild and the New Romantic
January 26, 2016
Bryndon Cook, who performs solo as Starchild and the New Romantic, is preparing to release his debut EP Crucial via Ghostly International. Here, we’re pleased to premiere “Slammin’ Mannequin.”
Yacht’s Future is Now
November 4, 2015
Following 2011’s Shangri-La, Los Angeles-based electro-pop duo YACHT has returned to the spotlight with a much-anticipated sixth studio album I Thought the Future Would be Cooler.
Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Soak,’ Gems
October 29, 2015
Rising electronic duo Gems are looking for something deeper with their debut full-length, Kill the One You Love.
Alexandra-Therese Keining’s Lost and Found
October 27, 2015
New York’s LGBT film festival, NewFest, kicked off last week and wraps today, October 27, with a special screening of Alexandra-Therese Keining’s Girls Lost.
August 13, 2015
It’s the beach day from hell in writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers’ feature debut, Fort Tilden.
Ezra Miller, Michael Angarano, and The Lucifer Effect
July 17, 2015
Anyone with a cursory knowledge of psychology is familiar with Dr. Philip Zimbardo’s experiment in the Stanford University basement. But Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s riveting Sundance film The Stanford Prison Experiment, out today, brings the six-day period to life vividly and viscerally.
The Dark Side of The Soft Moon
April 10, 2015
Listening to The Soft Moon isn’t necessarily easy. With abrasive, industrial synths surrounding Luis Vasquez’s anguished vocals, the minimalist post-punk production could be straight out of a nightmare. Yet, it’s precisely this gothic hum that makes us not want to wake.
Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Western With an Eastern Heart
April 9, 2015
Bollywood director Vidhu Vinod Chopra is making his grand American introduction with Broken Horses, out tomorrow.