The Haim sisters’ third album is their best yet, full of breezy, warm, and masterfully crafted songs.
Barely beyond his teenage years, MIKE still has a lot to discover about himself and the world. But he seems undaunted by the task, moving through this recording with pride and self-assurance.
Arca’s first solo foray into pop music is as infectious as it is strange.
Becoming the Song charts Denise Ho’s political awakening, her transformation from Cantopop icon to human rights activist amidst the backdrop of an increasingly turbulent Hong Kong.
To the extent that Antiracist Baby helps to define and explain antiracism succinctly, it may be useful for older kids and grown-ups.
Babyteeth is a lovely film, an unusually mature coming-of-age story that juggles restraint and abandon with astonishing ease.
A superior new Lamb of God disc was not entirely unexpected; an excellent new Cro-Mags record, well, I didn’t see that coming.
A reassessment on the 40th anniversary of A Confederacy of Dunces, a novel that many consider one of the funniest ever written by an American.
Peggy Lee’s career took her far from the bifurcated sexual image expected of a canary — 40% coy seductiveness and 60% “I just want to settle down but will entertain you until the right guy comes along.”
Phoebe Bridgers has crafted a disc filled with pristine, meditative songs that carry a brutal emotional weight.