Sophie Cookson’s Siren Song
June 29, 2017
Who are you when no one is watching? This is the question asked by Netflix’s steamy new thriller, Gypsy, which stars British actor Sophie Cookson as a havoc-wreaking siren determined to become a rock star.
Cigarettes After Sex
June 8, 2017
Some musicians might be offended to hear that their music sends people to sleep, but not Greg Gonzalez of Cigarettes After Sex. He takes pride in his music’s ability to soothe listeners, and uses his favorite artists for that very purpose.
Conor Oberst’s Iron Will
March 17, 2017
Conor Oberst has tried on on many different hats, but remained unequivocally himself.
Sarah Ramos: The Graduate Years
February 28, 2017
As Haddie Braverman, the teenage daughter of Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) on NBC’s cult favoriteParenthood, Sarah Ramos spent five years perfecting the balance between lovability and petulance.
February 7, 2017
After two decades in film and television, Jay Baruchel has acquired a pretty diverse fan club.
Art with Altitude
February 6, 2017
In the tradition of the ’70s art journal Avalanche, co-curators Olympia Scarry and Neville Wakefield elected for particularity over accessibility in “ELEVATION 1049 – AVALANCHE,” their ephemeral exhibition in Gstaad, Switzerland.
Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Doing Good,’ Milky Chance
January 12, 2017
Although they haven’t released an album in over three years, Milky Chance’s knack for simply structured, introspective songs will always be in demand.
Amending American History with Titus Kaphar
December 19, 2016
By bringing both recent and distant histories to the fore of his art, Titus Kaphar provides a captivating and informed take on our present reality.
Exclusive Track Premiere: ‘Dummy Test,’ Mainland
December 5, 2016
When Mainland made their entrance onto the New York music scene four years ago, the band described their sound to us as “something you can shake your hair to really crazy”—which is perhaps most true of their latest, peppy release “Dummy Test.”