RQ, inspired by a dream, reminisces of true love once lost, then found.
Washington, DC experimental rap group Model Home are replacing deceptive frameworks with sincere abstractions.
Us combines masterful visuals with dense storytelling, and a half-dozen instant-classic sequences. And it's scary as hell. A
More than 1000 words on handkerchiefs, St. Patrick’s Day and “Scrub My Balls” Beto.
Another year of Red Sox-Yankees clashes.
Apparently his non-binary identity was “all a sham.”
This time my brother sent me almost exclusively good shit.
The spirit of Henry Hudson.
Marvel movies have offered an identity to vast numbers of Americans. Unfortunately, they can't be stopped or criticized.
Lipsyte's latest novel, Hark, is burdened by neoliberal guilt and narcissism.
The party’s knack for self-destruction doesn't bode well for 2020.
The beauty and terror of existence in Whettman Chelmets’ Giant Eyes & Infant Steps.
With the #YangGang, but Beto’s a scream.
(Paleocon Diary #164.)
Shady diagnoses, bandwagoning, medical complications.
Call it “Socialism for People Who Like Shark Tank.”
Online or on TV, they’re all deceivers.
As long as we’re not hurting people, we should be able to do whatever the fuck we want.
A fountain of youth in a drought.
The show didn't get weird enough often enough.
This is nihilism as a condition and an act.
Students upset that a law professor's representing the wrong guy in court.
Paleocon Diary (#163).
Anyone should have the option to serve, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity .
A rare appearance from two of America's most famous silent movie stars.
Full show shot by Thomas Kessler.
Radio show programmed by Animal Collective's Geologist (Brian Weitz).
An interview with the artist behind the Criterion Collection's recent remaster of Notorious.
A new music video directed by Cole Bennett.
It's one of the tragedies of the pre-Cloud, analog world that the best local bands of my youth, specifically those performing during the Marble Bar Era 1978-1985, recorded just a handful of songs during their existence.
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.