Twelve Days/Cluster by Loren Jan Wilson II (Review)
At its best, this contains the kind of music I wish Warp released all the time.
The Fall of Troy
The Work of Director Spike Jonze by Spike Jonze (Review)
There’s no doubt that Jonze is a real talent, but what’s more, and this comes across time and again, a very passionate one as well.
Winter Hymn Country Hymn Secret Hymn by Do Make Say Think (Review)
Their most unpredictable and heaviest album to date.
Winged Migration by Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud, Michel Debats (Review)
Winged Migration gives us a front row seat to a spectacle that has been going on, above our heads, for thousands of years.
The Death and Life of the Undead Boy by Mercury Radio Theater (Review)
Overall, I’d have to say that Mercury Radio Theatre’s music lends itself much better to a live setting.
How my high school mentor changed my life forever.
Spellbound by Jeffrey Blitz (Review)
I’m hardpressed to think of a film I’ve seen in recent months with as much heart, drama, and glorious humanity as Spellbound.
Why would Tolkien not take a more overtly religious slant in his novels.
Concert Review: My Morning Jacket, The Sleepy Jackson, Marianas (October 1, 2003, Omaha, NE)
“Verve” and “conviction” were two things Jim James and Co. had in abundance that night.