The last thing I want to feel is that is my role in the universe is even more worthless.
At its best, this contains the kind of music I wish Warp released all the time.
How my high school mentor changed my life forever.
I’m hardpressed to think of a film I’ve seen in recent months with as much heart, drama, and glorious humanity as Spellbound.
Their music proves to be quite a bit more than just the sum of their obvious influences and inspirations.
One of the year’s best, and I can’t wait to hear more Nobody in upcoming years.
There were plenty of moments where Violence & Technology became a rather invigorating listen.
This is straight up Shaw Brothers action, from the camera movements to the geysers of blood to the way in which characters die.
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.
Their most unpredictable and heaviest album to date.
Winged Migration gives us a front row seat to a spectacle that has been going on, above our heads, for thousands of years.
Overall, I’d have to say that Mercury Radio Theatre’s music lends itself much better to a live setting.
This probably kicks more ass than any soundtrack has a right to.
Why would Tolkien not take a more overtly religious slant in his novels.
Regardless of whether they were true or not, some confessions hit especially close to home.
“Verve” and “conviction” were two things Jim James and Co. had in abundance that night.