Ryan Allen shines a light on the often overlooked Oscar-winning director, Jonathan Demme
Ryan Allen continues our Valentine’s feature with a look at Sion Sono’s unorthodox love epic.
It has been over two years since the release of Carrie and Lowell, the most sombre and deeply personal release of Sufjan Stevens’ career. It was also one of his most successful records too, both critically and commercially, with Exeposé giving it a perfect 5 out of 5. With this in mind, it should come […]
Jordaan Mason, genderqueer lo-fi folk artist from Toronto, has been creating music since 2004, quiet acoustic demos recorded while they were still attending high school. But it was not until 2009, five years later, that Mason released their most acclaimed and popular piece. The album itself can be summed up by its cover art: a […]
Since the transition from vinyl to CD, from cinema screens to TV, there has always been anxiety around new and emerging technologies. This can be seen even now, with Netflix’s rocky relationship with the Cannes Film Festival, and with more and more film distributors opting to skip theatrical releases entirely. All of this begs the […]