“Love” makes me wonder if we’ve misheard Del Rey’s use of nostalgia, mistaking it for the rose-colored (and heart-shaped) variety when instead it produces a fog.
Apocalypse Child is a wonderful slice-of-life drama that thrives in the space between truth and fiction.
Much as Donnie Darko claimed widespread fame by defying both convention and expectation, Kelly is fighting to bring the mainstream to him on his own terms.
Whiteout Conditions continues the New Pornographers’ traditions of great hooks and vocals while increasing the band’s use of synths even more than on their last album.
Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons’ installment, Tree, brings to the fore our complicated relationship with this life form.