Robbie Williams Is England's Greatest Living Legend
Give the man a Tony immediately, for this Hyde Park concert was the greatest piece of theatre I have ever witnessed.
I Asked My Exes to Review Me
Because how else are you supposed to find out what your problem is?
Nicole Garcia Merida
Netflix's ‘Love, Death, and Robots’ Is Everything ‘Black Mirror’ Isn’t
David Fincher's new series favors visual style and ridiculous concepts over Black Mirror's critical societal commentary.
'Captain Marvel' Shows How the Culture War Is Making User Reviews Useless
Rotten Tomatoes had to make changes to audience rating functionality following a review-bombing campaign against the film.
Look: I Know Nothing About Yo La Tengo But You Probably Should
Their discography is daunting, they’re for nerds, they’re for you when you’re in your late twenties, and probably will be for years in the future.
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Living Among the Monsters at Lady Gaga's Vegas Residency
On a night when even a power outage couldn't stop her, what impressed us most were the moments Gaga stripped back the neon, sitting alone at the piano.
A $500 Chair for My Sweaty Gamer Ass: The VICE Review
The Maxnomic Ergoceptor Pro was worth every penny.
Way Out West
At Splendour In The Grass, Boys Will Be Boys and Capitalism Will Be Capitalism
Splendour 2018 represented the best of our current cultural shift in acts like Stella Donnelly, Lorde and Kendrick Lamar. At times, it also represented the worst.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on Jon Hassell's "Anxiety-Easing, Life-Enhancing" New LP
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Hassell's 'Listening to Pictures,' Jon Hopkins's 'Immunity' and 'Singularity,' and Jlin's 'Black Origami.'
'Hereditary' Is the Scariest Movie in Ages, But It's Not a Classic
Scariness alone can't save it from being just another horror movie.
Here Are the Top-Three Abandoned Buildings in Melbourne
We got recommendations from a guy in the Urbex community.
Arctic Monkeys Are Done Being Rock Music’s Saviours
The grimy Sheffield romantics are back with an album that’s insular, moody, and straight-up weird. There are no singles on ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, but that’s part of the appeal.