8 years ago
OK, so he speaks in yoga metaphors and describes wealth that regular humans can't hope to comprehend. Auh! His late career adjustments to the forever-young rap game consist mostly of the genre's most repulsive ad-lib—auh!—and indiffere...
9 years ago
The Life of the World to Come's "Psalms 40:2," in which a gang of human highway flares break into a Missouri chapel and leave it in ruin, is not the first song about B&Es that The Mountain Goats' John Darnielle has written. That honor probably goe...
9 years ago | Film Reviews
Less documentary than closely and manipulatively edited homage to the new-agey genius of frequent Michael Jackson collaborator and High School Musical auteur Kenny Ortega, This Is It is about as honest as the song its named after...
10 years ago
His best work to date has been with The Blow, Khaela Maricich's sublime laptop-pop project, but these days YACHT's Jona Bechtolt works alone. Last year's I Believe in You. Your Magic is Real. was an absurdly New Age-y and tinny rap-radio pastiche&...
11 years ago
New York began for me, a Philly schoolboy, the same way it did for out-of-town skaters and college students, graffiti artists, sculptors, stockbrokers, gym teachers, sanitation workers, B-boys, DJs, carpool dads, White Castle burger-flippers&mdash...