Clinging to life, Albert Camus, Philadelphia’s “Blogging Tax,” Christopher Hitchens, redesigning the dollar, 4AD turns 30, Russell Moore on Glenn Beck, and Alan Jacobs on online discourse.
Shortly after his death, Satoshi Kon’s family posted these final words on his blog.
“All Delighted People” contains some of the most ambitious music Sufjan has recorded to date, but it’s still just as heartfelt and poignant as ever.
The new album is partially inspired by the artwork of Royal Robertson, a schizophrenic sign-maker and self-proclaimed prophet.
Western culture’s self-hatred, H.P. Lovecraft’s religious legacy, virtual ethical tests, Philly bloggers, and the secret “Scott Pilgrim” ending.
The trio perform “instrumental rock” in the truest sense of the word: without vocals and fully intent on melting your face.
Acclaimed anime director Satoshi Kon has passed away at the age of 46.
Sci-fi works can function like Old Testament prophets and raise moral, ethical, and spiritual questions within the populace.
When the film worked — which it did, more often than not — it left me positively giddy with a huge smile on my face.
Slowdive’s final album gets the two-disc reissue treatment from Cherry Red Records.
This humble little Flash game’s whimsical-yet-creepy atmosphere and simple gameplay are haunting and engrossing.
The trio hasn’t released a new album since 2001’s Fixed::Context.