The evaluation of art, as well as so many things in life, is a matter of the framing.
ScHoolboy Q acknowledges that while he regrets some of his actions, he is not ashamed of his past.
In many ways, “TV en Français” is textbook alt-rock, which is probably also why it’s so easy to get into.
With its string of sluggish and loosely assembled country ballads, this record ushers Beck’s steady track of strong releases to a screeching halt.
“St. Vincent” is a stone-cold masterpiece and the best album of the year thus far.
The real interest in the film comes from the world created outside the safety and perpetual immaturity of the sex shop.
"Don’t worry about getting that dream job right out of college. The rest will follow with time."
“For those who have experienced combat, the war is never over.”
It has more brains and heart than its plastic protagonists would suggest.
"I realized that it’s not so much about my art and how aesthetically pleasing it is, it's more about the conversations that could come from it."
Durham’s pastime is coming to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh in a new exhibition.
“It’s important to carve out a space for artists and makers in this kind of artistic community, to have a voice downtown.”
"The Internet is the most effective finger pointing at the moon that we have ever had.”