“3.15.2020,” the fourth album by Childish Gambino, addresses the same fears that “Awaken, My Love!” did, but the approach couldn’t be more different.
On Tuesday, a few days ahead of its slated release date, Sufjan Stevens released “Aporia,” his latest collaborative effort with his stepfather Lowell Brams.
Conan Gray is lonely. A global pandemic has him isolated at home, surrounded by the comforts of musical instruments and Taylor Swift and Lorde posters.
Meg Remy always seems to return at exactly the right time.
In many ways, Wong Kar-wai’s “In the Mood for Love” is the first real movie I’ve ever watched.
In brief glances and lovelorn sobs, “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” finds a passion that transcends time and burns brighter with each day.
Duke alumni made a splash at Sundance this year — many of the films in competition were acted, directed and produced by Duke graduates now working in the industry.
Ekwa Msangi’s feature film, “Farewell Amor,” premiered at Sundance Film Festival Jan. 25.
Among the canon of soft-rock singer-songwriters of the ‘60s and ‘70s, Carole King seems out of place.
On Feb. 10, at the Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire, The Strokes announced the upcoming (April 10, to be exact) arrival of their newest album, “The New Abnormal.”