Makeup & Vanity Set’s Matthew Pusti discusses his new album’s origins, its accompanying short film, the legacy of the ’80s, and much more.
An incredible work of fandom that pays tribute to classic “Star Wars” as well as vintage anime titles like “Robotech.”
Also: Getting offended at college, thoughtful communication, evangelical fiction’s hypocrisy, surviving movie bar fights, and more.
An interesting glimpse of the earlier days of a band currently enjoying a renaissance.
There’s something ridiculously awesome about my favorite Mew moment.
Disasters isn’t just Forster’s most experimental release to date; it’s also one of his best and most emotional.
Scaterd Few’s blistering debut may be one of the greatest Christian albums that nobody seems to know about.
Also: The trouble with David Bazan, website URLs suck, Japanese web design trends, super-pricey vinyl, the right way to read Narnia, and fixing Spotify.
The sort of downtempo music that’s best listened to when you’re too tired to stay awake but not tired enough to go to bed yet.
The band’s upcoming album — their “most versatile yet” — will be released on April 27.
Also, celebrating ‘M*A*S*H,’ the nerdiness of ‘Parks and Recreation,’ the mix tape’s legacy, and more.