Disquiet’s Marc Weidenbaum highlights some of the best tracks on Richard D. James’ Soundcloud account.
Luxury’s story isn’t necessarily your typical rock n’ roll epic, what with the priesthood and all, but it is a fascinating one.
Dynamic Stillness is one of the more challenging Steve Roach releases; it’s not without its rewards, but it makes its own demands of the listener.
Blog networks can be powerful tools, but they’re only as good as the support they offer their bloggers, and there’s plenty of room for improvement there.
The shoegaze reunions continue with this stripped down acoustic performance.
Also: Jeffrey Overstreet discusses prayer songs, transhumanism as gnosticism, and more.
Regardless of why Luxury released a new album after a decade, I’m glad they did; simply put, Trophies contains the best music I’ve ever heard from them.
Also: The music industry’s production tricks, crowdsourcing’s fatal flaw, Tarkovskian video games, Kendrick Lamar’s new single, adoption, a better Facebook community, and more.
I’ve compiled some of my favorite Yoko Kanno compositions to showcase the remarkable diversity and flare that typifies her music.
Also: The design flaws of the U.S.S. Enterprise, sci-fi background, Facebook’s inadvertent cruelty, and some bonus links.
The seemingly sub-par artwork and animation found in 8-bit and 16-bit video games can have its own charm and cleverness.