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Amelia Earhart’s groundbreaking influence and charming quirkiness are the focus of The Sound of Wings, the story of this fascinating, if less than prodigious, aviator....

One woman navigates the corruption, controversy, and moral ambiguities of Ukraine’s darkest port city in Midnight in Odessa....

Full of dark humor and melancholy wit, Mean Little Deaf Queer stories the triumphs and stumbling blocks of one woman's handicapped life....

Adrienne Urbanski picks up where The Women’s Room left off, exploring and experimenting with the definition of modern womanhood in The Love Children....

Take a refresher course in punk rock as it once was with Grunge, Michael Lavine and Thurston Moore’s photographic ode to alt....

Bursting across the pond comes Florence and the Machine, and Lungs, an album as out of the box as it is echoingly beautiful....

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis take us way back with newfangled rockabilly tunes that June Cleaver could get down to....

With a slew of global influences under her belt, Jaqee perfects the charmingly sweet, vintage pop song in Kokoo Girl....

Sweet, then sad, then awesomely sunny, Yo La Tengo plays to every emotion in Popular Songs....

While the band has been revamped, Wolfmother’s bluesy rock vibe returns in Cosmic Egg....