Prickly and polemical tunes are surrounded by some of the most enjoyable music Van Morrison has made in years.
“Fate loves irony” opines the billionaire. Will we be in on the joke, or left out in the cold?
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
An exciting, subversive idea animates TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever.
Dedicated to experimentation and creative collaboration, Promises delivers an otherworldly, dreamlike experience.
This is an excellent deep dive into the ways fracking mirrors the many problems we face as we try to change the way we think about energy, individual choice, and climate change.
Has Annie learned anything? Life can indeed be frustrating, and our insecurities do often get the best of us, but dealing with our limitations contribute to our eventual maturity.
Arts Fuse writers continue their countdown of great music celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and this month’s list includes The Temptations, Janis Joplln, John Hartford, Carole King, and The Carpenters.
New discs from James Brandon Lewis and Vijay Iyer merit serious attention from admirers of improvised music.
The Final Revival of Opal & Nev imagines an Afro-Punk duo whose edgy look and aggressive sound offer a way of addressing timely issues around race and representation.