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Stream Little May’s Beautiful Debut EP

“Do you feel it in your bones like I do?” Fans of everyone from First Aid Kit to HAIM to Fleetwood Mac should have Australia’s Little May close to their heart. Catching our attention last year with the gorgeous video for the equally gorgeous “Hide,” the all-female trio have consistently held our attention ever since. […]

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Little May Are Sure To Make Pet Lovers Cry With Their Video For “Dust”

We haven’t featured Little May in quite some time; since their gorgeous video for “Hide” hit last year, to be exact. That’s entirely on us, but the Sydney-based trio have a brand new video out now for another beautiful track, entitled “Dust,” which will be featured on their forthcoming self-titled EP, due out October 14 […]

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Little May Release Beautiful Video For “Hide”

One of the best songs of the year just got the visual treatment, matching its audio counterpart in beauty and quality. Little May‘s “Hide” is the second single to surface from their debut EP and Sean Dooley took the reins on direction and cinematography in what plays out more like a trailer for a Ben […]

IFFBoston 2016: ‘Little Men,’ ‘Don’t Think Twice,’ and ‘The Intervention’

Film: Little Men Directed by: Ira Sachs Starring: Theo Taplitz, Jennifer Ehle, Greg Kinnear Director/writer Ira Sachs is the kind of artist that cuts through convention to get to the everyday issues that keep us up at night. In a way, his films can be construed as psychologically horrifying. He has a deep understanding of […]

Boston Underground Film Fest 2016: ‘Kill Your Friends’ and ‘Little Sister’

Film: Kill Your Friends Starring: Ed Skrein, Nicholas Hoult, Rosanna Arquette Directed by: Owen Harris Music industry satires seem to be a semi-popular thing to do today. Vinyl, the Scorsese-produced HBO show, is now in its fifth or sixth week of characters doing cocaine and bumping into famous bands. While Kill Your Friends doesn’t go […]

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Foreign Tongues Release Chilling Video For “Little Doors”

Foreign Tongues released one of my favorite albums of the year with Fragile, As Said Before. In my review I state that “Fragile, As Said Before may be one of the strongest debuts in recent years, and that is simply because it plays nothing like one,” and this is most easily felt on “Little Doors.” […]

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That ‘Free’ Miley Cyrus Album May Not Be What You Expect

Miley Cyrus has yet to officially announce her fifth studio album, but already the pop star has found herself at the center of yet another media frenzy. Cyrus has been planning for some time to release her new studio album for free. According to manager Adam Leber, the pop diva was even willing to buy […]

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Trivium May Be Preparing To Release Their Best Album Yet

Here’s a harsh truth that is tough for any industry professional to accept: Lasting more than five years in music today is an accomplishment for artists in any genre, but managing to stay relevant while changing your sound is something only a select few ever pull off. Trivium, for better or worse, have done exactly […]

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Gucci Mane May Be Free This Summer

Gucci Mane, otherwise known as the only Ice Cream Man the world will ever need, may soon be a free man. Early this morning, June 22, producer Mike Will Made-It sent the internet ablaze when he tweeted that rapper Gucci Mane would soon be released from prison. As the rumor began to spread, a Reddit […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Little Shells Talks ‘5 Deep Under’

Ex-west coaster Conchita Campos recently released her third album under the banner of Little Shells, titled 5 Deep Under, a beautifully smooth, jazzy and experimental effort led by Campos’ ostensibly veteran vocal prowess with a team of talented players providing a strong instrumental foundation that raises the whole affair to another level. We had the […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Little Boy’ Comes Up Short

Film: Little Boy Starring: Jakob Salvati, Emily Watson, Michael Rapaport Directed by: Alejandro Monteverde The road to mediocre cinema is paved with good intentions, and Little Boy is yet another example of what happens when a good idea is made nearly unwatchable thanks to lackluster execution. Little Boy is not exactly a fairy tale, but […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Monsters: Dark Continent’ Has Little To Do With Monsters

Film: Monsters: Dark Continent Starring: Johnny Harris, Sam Keeley Directed by: Tom Green Taking place ten years after the events in Gareth Edwards’ Monsters and featuring an entirely different cast of characters in a completely different environment, Monsters: Dark Continent showcases another, far less thrilling side of cinematic universe expansion. It opens with a soldier […]