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March 14, 2017

Swinging Two Hammers: ‘The Man Who Could Cheat Death’ and ‘The Skull’ (Review)

Two British horrors with iconic stars about doctors who can’t heal themselves and the women who love them.

City Plans and Vulcan Hands: Spiral Stairs’ Scott Kannberg Speaks (Feature)

Doris and the Daggers is the first release from Spiral Stairs since 2009. Scott Kannberg explains what took so long. Spoiler? Life.

The Shins: Heartworms (Review)

Heartworms is a sonic course correction from 2012’s Port of Morrow, but the songwriting is still spotty, so it’s simply too little, too late.

‘Egg’: Bloomsbury’s Eggscellent Mission (Column)

Does Humpty Dumpty freak you out more or less than salmonella? Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons books offer fodder for daily mindfulness.

Joakim: Samurai (Review)

To listen to Samurai is to be regularly rebuffed in your efforts to firmly grasp something beyond its shifting surface.

Eisley: I’m Only Dreaming (Review)

I’m Only Dreaming further solidifies Eisley as one of the best modern indie rock/pop groups.

Philip Lewin: Am I Really Here All Alone? (Review)

A rare, long-treasured and rare loner folk touchstone is unearthed for a new generation.