Eleanor Palmer caught up with Drug Store Romeos to gush over Alex G, discuss Murakami novels, and fantasise about Vietnamese jungle festivals.
For Women’s History Month, Eleanor Palmer tracks the contributions of women to the shoegaze and dream pop genres over the years.
Eleanor Palmer reviews the new singles from Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke, ‘Her Revolution’ and ‘His Rope.’
Eleanor Palmer dissects Angel Olsen’s intimate and revealing ‘Whole New Mess’, the next evolution of her awesome ‘All Mirrors’.
Frank Ocean has made his long-awaited return with acoustic tracks ‘Cayendo’ and ‘Dear April.’ Previously double A side vinyl exclusives, the singles finally hit streaming sites on April 3rd. While his November release ‘In My […]
‘The Oscars are not an international film festival. They’re very local’, Bong Joon-ho (now four-time Oscar-winner) told Vulture in October last year when asked what he thought of the exclusion of Korean films from nominations. […]
It almost feels like an insult to attempt to contain Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite into one genre. Perhaps terming it a thriller would be the aptest classification, for it manages to thrill from start to finish. […]