Alongside fiction films depicting emerging voices, nine of the Panorma sidebar’s 45 features are documentaries about creative talents.
The album stands out as a network of echoes and reverberations.
Her recent rendition of “Frozen” breathtakingly reinvented the queen of pop’s icy electro-pop hit from 1998 into a stirring, nuanced keyboard dirge.
Drizzy goes disco, or rather mid-aughts disco, on the latest track from his forthcoming album.
The old stuff? Well, Polly Jean Harvey seems happy to keep it that way.
“I’m that kind of guy. My background is documentary still photography, reportage.”
Due to semi-popular demand, we’ve decided to post #101—250 of both our Best of the Aughts: Albums and Best of the Aughts: Singles lists.
The last time I saw Harvey perform live she had just released an album half-dedicated to a city whose tallest buildings still stood in the financial district.
Harvey has never struck me as an explicitly political artist, but her lyrics are vague enough to welcome multiple interpretations.
No woman can rock like Polly Jean Harvey, not even punk priestess Patti Smith.