Angel Dominguez reviews Farther Traveler by Ronaldo V. Wilson: “You read Ronaldo V. Wilson’s Farther Traveler, and your life has to change.”
On their latest album, Bottomless Pit, Death Grips prove again why they are vital listening in an era of hyper-marketed sounds. Benoit Lelièvre reviews.
Scott Creney’s a parent to a small child and still listens to more music than most of us. His roundup of the highlights and lowlights of last month’s releases includes new sounds by Santigold, DIIV, Porches, Teen, and more.
Philip Dinolfo weighs the highs and lows of Terence Malick’s flawed vision of L.A. in his latest film Knight of Cups.
Dawn Lundy Martin’s assemblage of bodies, debris, and mechanisms of control might be one of the most important (and most overlooked) books of last year. Paul Cunningham reviews.
What is the Oosh Boosh? What does it want? Carolyn DeCarlo reviews Shannon Burns’s debut collection, out now from 421 Atlanta.
Jeff Jackson brings us his latest round up of wild media for your mind. This month, he includes the absurd writings of Merce Rodereda, Bill Henson’s dreamy photographs, and a look at Criterion’s rerelease of Haneke’s Code Unknown.
Sandra Simonds melds domestic discontent with the unpredictable in her new collection, Steal It Back. Gina Myers reviews.
Scott Creney’s Music Roundup is your binary guide to starting the new year like you ended the last one: listening for the better, truer mess, including looks at recent releases by Savages, Rihanna, Future, and David Bowie.
Kent Shaw moves through the overwhelm of violence–and the questions of responsibility–in Jennifer MacKenzie’s My Not-My Soldier.