Tracing the temporality of love through Bruce Willis sci-fi films, '12 Monkeys' and 'Looper', and at the heart of it all, 'La Jetée.'
Encountering death in Benh Zeitlin's 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' and Christopher Nolan's 'The Dark Knight Rises.'
An Interview with Steve Spacek of Africa Hitech on sound systems, Donna Summer, Jah Shaka, and the feeling of bass.
Haring's current exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum draws us to the musical stylistics of his art.
Why Andrzej Zulawski's film from 1981 "Possession" sexualizes a woman's relation with a monster.
How Burial's new album 'Kindred' suspends rave's immemorial past in its ruins.
From turning our gaze backwards, and recycling lost time, a new music is emerging, slowly paving way for an impending rupture to come.
Why the 'Drive' soundtrack works so well, and a playlist of more menacing synth-pop tunes to cruise to.
What has become of the American on the road soundtrack?
Hiphop producer Araabmuzik uncovers the horror of trance in 'Electronic Dream.'
The Colossal Cinema of Pedro Costa (Part Two)
BBC Music Documentary: Brasil, Brasil; How Colonialism, Slavery, History and Art converged into One
Romantic Dogs: The Infrarealist Poems of Roberto Bolaño