Simply put, Preserve, Volume One is a stellar comp, solid in every regard.
This CD surpassed any preconceptions I had concerning how a hardcore band should play or operate.
The lush and detailed world depicted in the anime series truly makes it a wonder to watch.
Even the most starry-eyed of songs are coated with a thin layer of wistfulness and nostalgia.
This could be a lost classic of the late ’80s British punk scene or the DC post-punk movement.
Drekka sits quite comfortably alongside the rest of BlueSanct’s roster, which is no small feat considering the quality of that label’s acts.
She has a wistfully beautiful voice that can make you fall in love with her from a distance.
If nothing else, Lars von Trier’s latest is sure to rile the American right wing.
Bangkok Dangerous achieves a look that is truly edgy and stylish without being too obvious about it.
A thoroughly bizarre, Jungian excursion that would make David Lynch blush at the straightforwardness of his own films.
At its heart, this film is a wonderfully done piece about healing and reconciliation.
This is completely different from any other animated film you’ve likely seen in the past few years.