The way Orphan Black always put women at the center of its story, never shortchanging their complexity for likability or easy solutions, is what will be most remembered and missed.
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Irvine Welsh’s pacey, gritty, but often daft, follow-up to Trainspotting receives another printing run, but to what purpose?
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Everybody loves building a fort.
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Rationality, in the moral sense, is an act of love because it is an attempt to bring the world closer, not drive it away. Rationality is not an inherent human trait, it is a choice.
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Americana/alt-country artist Christian Lopez sings an ode to his 1972 International Scout truck on the new single “1972”.
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This latest offering from the Canadian “orchestral indie” quintet is a charming and somber gem.
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Captivating melodies meld with layered instrumentation on the latest from the Portland indie rockers Melville.
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Michael Wong’s critically-acclaimed short film debut turns on the charm and leaves us with a familiar question about relationships.
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This is how American music got its sexual groove on.
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Tom Irwin’s reflective, plaintive voice makes him an Americana up-and-comer to watch.
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