The Darjeeling Limited by Wes Anderson (Review)
Casshern Has Finally Come to North America
Go Fish Pictures finally released Casshern on DVD earlier this month.
God continues to grow His church, even if that means letting a beautiful eighty-year-old building burn to the ground.
Loveless by Japancakes (Review)
At its best, Japancake’s take on the shoegaze classic offers some new insights into Kevin Shield’s masterpiece.
My Work Was on TV… Sort Of
It’s always exciting to see one’s work mentioned on TV, in one way or another.
In Rainbows by Radiohead (Review)
The sound of a band completely comfortable inside its own skin and supremely confident in their skills,
The Great Depression’s Forever Altered
The group’s elegance, melancholy atmosphere, and attention to detail are as prevalent as ever.
The Rhythms of Our Days (and How They Will Change)
College did a real number on my daily schedule when it comes to working, sleeping, eating, etc.
The Day The Music Industry Died
And it can’t come soon enough.
Cold by Lycia (Review)
When Lycia hits their stride, all of the pretense and bombast works entirely in their favor, and the music feels more comprehensive and accomplished than portentous.