March 2007 Archives
Toronto After Dark 2007Big shock here, but the Toronto After Dark website is now running on ExpressionEngine.
Concert Review: Mew & Oh No! Oh My! (March 27, 2007, Lincoln, NE)Mew put on a show that was, for lack of any better superlatives, mind-blowing.
Out of the Woods by Tracey Thorn (Review)What’s most gratifying about Out of the Woods is the appreciation it exudes for the simple graces of life.
Neon Bible by Arcade Fire (Review)Though less bombastic and fiery than Funeral, Arcade Fire’s sophomore album is no less powerful.
Danielson: A Family Movie by J.l. Aronson (Review)It’s an inspiring vision of the way music could be, of the way music perhaps should be — especially in Christian circles.
Painted Sky by Yellow6 (Review)I don’t have any problem calling this some of the best music I’ve heard from Yellow6 to date.
I Could Crap Better Sleeve ArtFolks are frustrated that great movies, or at least movies that they love, consistently receive crappy treatment, and so they take matters into their own hands.
If Four Year Olds Ran the Academy, This Would Win Best PictureA computer-animated take on the “ugly duckling” story with a bit of poo as the main the character.
300 by Zack Snyder (Review)The film’s look is so hyper-realistic, so stylized, that it ends up feeling sterile and artificial.