No talking allowed.
Meet Boogie Crackerjack, pageant queen and America’s sweetheart.
The Dead C's new album Rare Ravers is terrifying and ecstatic.
The live action and documentary programs this year are aesthetically repulsive and emotionally manipulative.
The media's too full of itself to admit its coverage was execrable.
Flashes of Victorian glory.
Goddess Points and Chakra Cliques.
A look at Big Mouth.
We control so much from our devices, and yet feel so little control when zooming out and see the big picture.
Show me a cult icon without a dark past and I’ll show you a calculation of lies.
Does the book end up as anything more than a clever Tumblr joke?
What Bangs accomplished was trickier than it looks.
Forged not just in battle but also in bureaucracy.
The hoax as art form.
Visions of life in no particular order.
Not fundraising, likability, or demographics. Surveillance.
He fell to a knee.
Arte Povera at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Paleocon Diary (#159)
Live performance employing specialized software to create tones which trigger a “frequency following” response in the brain, subtly modifying brainwave patterns between alert and meditative states.
Writing and recording poems every week for a newborn daughter.
A new audio documentary by Glassine (Danny Greenwald). All proceeds directly support refugees and migrants through a direct action refugee advocacy group called Otay Mesa Detention Resistance.
A24 brings the new Claire Denis film to American multiplexes in April.
First single from Malkmus' nearly shelved electronic album Groove Denied (out March 15 via Matador).
Televised set from Germany on the Washing Machine tour.
An interview with the director shortly after the release of The Deer Hunter.
Performing songs from the NTS Sessions in Australia last year.
Surprise new album by the prolific Baltimore singer-songwriter.
The first look at Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out.
The first music video from the album Dream Dynamics, featuring Nicky Smith on rhythm and lead guitar.
Manhattan’s packed for the holidays, but no one’s there.