While uneven, Tori Amos’ Native Invader still manages to accomplish what it came for: Revealing that Tori Amos still has the magic touch.
The new Arcade Fire album, bluntly, kind of sucks. Can they get back on track?
Can Rick & Morty live up to the promise of its first season? Anna Hamilton argues yes, evidenced by a surprisingly nuanced exploration of divorce via Mad Max.
The latest from Professor Gayle Kimball swings, and misses, when it comes to exploring youth culture and society.
An electric performance at Berkeley’s famous Greek Theater proved that Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have still got it when it comes to wowing a crowd.
Looking for a summer jam? Beth Ditto’s Fake Sugar has you covered.
Music reviewer Anna Hamilton takes a look at the deeply satisfying and beautiful new album from Perfume Genius.
Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale is getting a lot of buzz. Anna Hamilton thinks it’s justly deserved.
It’s a little uneven, but the return of cult classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 is laying the groundwork for greatness.
Talented avant garde musician Diamanda Galas is back in the house, and turning heads with her latest albums.