The Female Gaze...

BY Web Intern in General

The Cheim and Read Gallery on West 25th Street here in New York is offering a particularly busty exhibit through September 19th.  'The Female Gaze: Women Look at Women' is a collection of artwork by women, of women. 'This exhibition attempts to debunk the notion of the male gaze by providing a group of works in which the artist and subject do not relate as 'voyeur' and 'object' but as woman and woman. It would be interesting to ask the question how we would feel about the works in the exhibition if we were told they were made by a man'. Read More

Blood From a Stone

BY Web Intern in Music

Hanne Hukkelberg mixes traditional melodies and influences with found sounds for her melancholy release Blood From a Stone. Read More


BY Web Intern in Music

Co-crafted with help from her fans, Imogen Heap's album Ellipse plucks heartstrings and reckons heartbreak through her unique, honest sound. Read More

I'm Going Away

BY Web Intern in Music

Energetic, raucous highs blend into smooth, satisfying slows in the Fiery Furnaces' eighth album, I'm Going Away. Read More
Dance all night and never miss a beat with electronic duo Ear Pwr's Super Animal Brothers III. Read More
Deerhunter returns melodious with Rainwater Cassette Exchange, a dreamy, pop-friendly, 5-song EP. Read More

Dark Night of the Soul

BY Web Intern in Music

Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse, alongside iconic names like Iggy Pop and David Lynch, release a haunting, heavy, and expertly-crafted collaboration for the ages with Dark Night of the Soul. Read More