A deep delve into the vital immediacy and resilient pulse of Run The Jewels’ brand new third, and possibly best, album.
Radiohead’s “True Love Waits” is a twenty year-old ballad that just got dressed up in radically new clothes for its first studio version, which Weston Cutter argues is a big deal.
Weston Cutter argues the 2015 Minnesota Twins are beyond the usual Sabermetric measurements.
Weston Cutter reviews the new Dodos album, Individ, while considering what made the band’s breakthrough, Visiter, so strange and glorious and good.
David Roderick answers some questions about his new book, The Americans.
Weston Cutter reviews Merritt Tierce’s tough and moving debut novel, Love Me Back.
Weston Cutter interviews David Shafer, author of this summer’s Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
A review of Blake J. Harris’s Console Wars, a letdown of a book about the ‘generation-defining’ battle between Sega and Nintendo.
Weston Cutter reviews Kevin Simmonds’s Bend To It, a collection of poetry that is, among other things, trying to find and offer indivisible moments of music.
Weston Cutter talks with Ryan Elder, the composer for the Adult Swim show “Rick and Morty,” about scoring visuals.