Mumford’s new sound fails to electrify
The British folk-troubadours have traded their acoustic instruments for electric ones, and the result is not pretty.
The “Helio Sequence” ages with grace
The Portland duo’s much anticipated new record is best described as subtly stellar.
Arts and entertainment editor Christian Davis puts his credibility on the line with six selections for your summer.
Sex and Violence: ingredients of storytelling
Cinema’s use of sex and violence reveals deeper truths about human longing.
“Rudderless” is a driven find
William H. Macy’s directorial debut uses the power of music to bring forth raw performances.
Turnover strikes greatness
Looking for the perfect summer record? We found it.
A Shallow Well
Russell Crowe’s directorial debut provides adequate entertainment, but disappoints with a disjointed narrative that fails to shed any new light on the horrors of Gallipoli’s context.