Tagged: genre: experimental
Solange’s A Seat at the Table is unapologetically black, brazen in its ethnic hues.
Shunji Iwai’s ode to disengaged youths that searched for meaningful connection in online forums, as we follow the unraveling of a bunch of teens who grow isolated from each other and find solace in the mysterious and enigmatic Lily.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s follow-up biographical film follows the years of his youth, freeing himself from his limitations and family, and how he was introduced into the bohemian artistic circle of 1940s Chile.
The heartbreaking one-shot music video for ANOHNI’s Crisis is out.
For once I’m rendered almost speechless, simply because there’s so much to say.
Radiohead’s music video for Daydreaming was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Here’s the latest Son Lux video, an extract of their 2015 album Bones, titled Undone and directed by David Terry Fine.
This is very late, and I couldn’t branch out as much as in previous years, but here are music highlights of 2015.
Amy takes a look at her favorite 50 songs of this 2015.
Amy’s ten album highlights of 2015.