Remembering My Favorite
Songs of Green Pheasant by Songs Of Green Pheasant (Review)
The album’s awkward-yet-earned shortcomings, much like its audio imperfections, only make it more affecting.
Chinaman by Henrik Ruben Genz (Review)
A winsome film that, ultimately, isn’t as absorbing as its themes and characters warrant.
Apostasy by A Year To Forget (Review)
A Year to Forget have an energy to them and you can tell that their live shows are probably insane from this release.
The Morning Drone
Eventually, other train whistles called out as well, short little blasts that — to my still sleepy ears, at least — seemed to harmonize perfectly with the primary drone.
Brother, Sister by MewithoutYou (Review)
Brother, Sister is a perfect encapsulation of everything that’s both good and bad about mewithoutYou’s music.
Shaun Inman Presents “The Heap”
Inman taps into the web’s inherent ephemeral-ness and uses it as a very creative means of presentation.
The Evil That Is the Blog
Wolves by My Latest Novel (Review)
Repeated listens bear out My Latest Novel’s charms.
Sometimes It’s a Very Thin Line
Snark and sarcasm just don’t seem to do as much for me as they once did.