Todd is a hyper-articulate, obsessive-compulsive gay twentysomething whose fear of dying alone leads him to a baffling conclusion: he might not be ... More

Straight Up

Film by James Sweeney

California native Hannah Pearl Utt co-wrote, directed and stars in Before You Know It, a dark comedy about stage manager Rachel Gurner ... More

Before You Know It

Film by Hannah Pearl Utt

She’s made us laugh in the comedy series Master of None, Saturday Night Live and the film Mr. Roosevelt, but it turns ... More

It’s So Nice!

Album by Noël Wells

At age three, Lillie Mae was touring bluegrass festivals with her family band—living out of a motorhome, surrounded by gospel music, and ... More

Other Girls

Album by Lillie Mae

Stonechild is Jesca Hoop’s sixth album. She explores the complex concerns of contemporary culture and politics through the personal and poetic. The ... More


Album by Jesca Hoop

Mattiel, the already critically lauded Atlanta-based band fronted by charismatic 26-year old frontwoman Mattiel Brown, releases her second album Satis Factory. (ATO) ... More

Satis Factory

Album by Mattiel

Calexico and Iron & Wine release Years to Burn. This is Calexico’s Joey Burns and John Convertino and Sam Beam of Iron ... More

Years to Burn

Album by Calexico/Iron & Wine

Four years after the release of his critically acclaimed horror film It Follows (2014) writer and director David Robert Mitchell returns with ... More

Under the Silver Lake

Film by David Robert Mitchell

Shana Cleveland has been beguiling listeners for years in her role as the superlative frontwoman for elastic surf rockers La Luz. Now ... More

Night of the Worm Moon

Album by Shana Cleveland

Written and recorded during the first half of 2018, Weyes Blood’s fourth album, Titanic Rising, is the culmination of three albums and ... More

Titanic Rising

Album by Weyes Blood

The project of Australian songwriter and instrumentalist Eveyln Ida Morris, Pikelet grew out of Melbourne’s mid-2000s folk revival scene, characterized by looping ... More


EP by Pikelet

On Cheers, The Wild Reeds — comprising singers, songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Kinsey Lee, Mackenzie Howe and Sharon Silva, with drummer Nick Jones ... More


Album by The Wild Reeds

Stella Donnelly is a proud, self-proclaimed sh*t-stirrer. On her debut album, Beware of the Dogs, Donnelly says what needs to be said, ... More

Beware of the Dogs

Album by Stella Donnelly

New Zealand-born and Australian-raised singer-songwriter Jess Cornelius is making a name for herself in North America with the release of her new ... More

No Difference

Single by Jess Cornelius

From director Gaspar Noé (Irreversible, Enter the Void) comes a hypnotic, hallucinatory, and ultimately hair-raising depiction of a party that descends into ... More


Film by Gaspar Noé

In German director Christian Petzold’s brilliant and haunting modern-day adaptation of Anna Seghers’s 1942 novel Transit Visa, Georg, a German refugee (Franz ... More


Film by Christian Petzold

Hand Habits’ debut album, Wildly Idle (Humble Before The Void), was released by Woodsist Records in 2017. Two years later, Hand Habits ... More


Album by Hand Habits

Two years after the release of her critically acclaimed debut Beyond the Bloodhounds, and after a season of dealing with life on ... More


Album by Adia Victoria

The follow-up to Julia Jacklin’s critically acclaimed 2016 debut Don’t Let the Kids Win, Crushing finds the Australian artist continually acknowledging what’s ... More


Album by Julia Jacklin

Australian pscyhe-pop band Methyl Ethel release their remarkable new album Triage — written, produced and performed by lead singer Jake Webb. Recorded ... More


Album by Methyl Ethyl

Stuffed & Ready follows Cherry Glazerr’s Secretly Canadian debut Apocalipstick, an album that sizzled with frontwoman Clementine Creevy’s confidence, vision and fiercely ... More

Stuffed & Ready

Album by Cherry Glazerr

The music Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad release as Girlpool occupies a transient space of constant evolution, and their new album What ... More

What Chaos Is Imaginary

Album by Girlpool

Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging New York-based artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of ... More


Book by Talia Chetrit

With rumors percolating for months on fansites, Reddit boards and Twitter, fans of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst got a huge treat ... More

Better Oblivion Community Center

Album by Better Oblivion Community Center

New York trio Sunflower Bean released their critically acclaimed sophomore album Twentytwo in Blue last year, earning year-end list nods from the ... More

King of the Dudes

EP by Sunflower Bean

After migrating to New York City from Uruguay and working in a factory, Juan Wauters turned to music to alleviate his boredom ... More

La Onda de Juan Pablo

Album by Juan Wauters

Sharon Van Etten’s Remind Me Tomorrow comes four years after Are We There, and reckons with the life that gets lived when ... More

Remind Me Tomorrow

Album by Sharon Van Etten

Winner of four major prizes at Cannes Film Festival 2018 and nominated for a Golden Globe, Belgian director Lucas Dhont’s debut feature ... More


Film by Lucas Dhont

Director Barry Jenkins follows up his multi-Oscar-winning film Moonlight (2016) with If Beale Street Could Talk, based on the 1974 novel of ... More

If Beale Street Could Talk

Film by Barry Jenkins

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 75th Venice Film Festival, The Favourite is a lavish, hilarious period drama film from ... More

The Favourite

Film by Yorgos Lanthimos

During his twenty-year stint as a photographer for the National Geographic Society, 300 of Nathan Benn’s photographs were published in National Geographic ... More

A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs

Book by Nathan Benn

Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival, Green Book documents the true story of a working-class Italian-American ... More

Green Book

Film by Peter Farrelly

Now That I Am Gone: A Memoir Beyond Recall takes morbid self-reflection to a strangely moving new level. The purported “posthumous memoir” ... More

Now That I Am Gone

Book by Allan MacDonell

Based on the short story “Barn Burning” by Haruki Murakami, this tense mystery-thriller won the FIPRESCI prize for best director (South Korea’s ... More


Film by Lee Chang-dong

Loosely based on the infamous Argentinian serial killer dubbed “Death Angel,” this cautionary drama follows an innocuous-looking but deeply sinister thief whose ... More

El Angel

Film by Luis Ortega

Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Vera Sola’s timeless sound and enthralling stage presence draws an unlikely connection between British music hall and Depression-era ... More


Album by Vera Sola

Chicago-based synth-pop-punk-folk band Grapetooth are fast becoming known for the intensity of their live shows, and now they deliver their thrilling self-titled ... More


Album by Grapetooth

Winner of the Un Certain Regard Prize at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, Border is a weird and wonderful modern fairytale, and ... More


Film by Ali Abbasi

Chris Stein, co-founder of legendary punk/new wave band Blondie, has just released a new collection of previously unseen photographs capturing the golden ... More

Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene

Book by Chris Stein

London-based Eliza Shaddad—the daughter of a Sudanese astrophysicist father and a Scottish mother—has announced her highly anticipated debut album Future. Described as ... More


Album by Eliza Shaddad

With their second album, I Wasn’t Only Thinking About You…, Australia’s Oh Pep! makes good on the promises of their critically acclaimed ... More

I Wasn’t Only Thinking About You...

Album by Oh Pep!

Based on director Yen Tan’s award-winning short of the same name, 1985 stars Cory Michael Smith as a closeted young man returning to his Texas ... More


Film by Yen Tan

Written and directed by Jonah Hill (Superbad, Knocked Up, The Wolf of Wall Street), Mid90s follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old boy in ’90s-era ... More


Film by Jonah Hill

In his new book, Mirror Mirror, Ryan McGinley—one of the most important photographers of his generation—asks his friends and colleagues to take the ... More

Mirror Mirror

Book by Ryan McGinley

Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan, and directed by Paul Dano in his directorial debut, Wildlife is based on the novel of ... More


Film by Paul Dano

Winner of the World Cinema Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival, The Guilty is an innovative and unrelenting Danish thriller that uses ... More

The Guilty

Film by Gustav Möller

After a strong reception at SXSW, Sadie director Megan Griffiths (the highly respected director of indie hits Eden (2012) and Lucky Them (2013)) chose to ... More


Film by Megan Griffiths

Moritz Simon Geist is a performer, musicologist and robotics engineer, aiming to create the future of electronic music—with robots. Geist’s projects range ... More

The Material Turn

EP by Moritz Simon Geist