Bombardments, assaults, volley-fire, flank attacks — this is the vocabulary of Virginia’s bellicose imagination. It’s also an apt lexicon for describing Lamb of God’s catalog.
Paul Zollo’s book is a satisfying sequel in which composers from Paul Simon to Sia, Elvis Costello to Loretta Lynn, discuss their creative processes.
Davies reflects on his response to Emily Dickinson’s work and the echoes of the poet within himself.
Gonjasufi offers a companion piece to his most recent album which furthers his dark and warped artistic vision.
Messy in its composition and its emotions, Pleasure finds Sondre Lerche creatively unhinged — and what fun it is.
Hitchcock’s Moral Gaze argues that Hitchcock examined the darkest edges of his characters to help his audience understand their connection with the act of watching, gazing, and sometimes not connecting.