April 2015 Archives


Listen to mewithoutYou’s Blistering New Nebraska-Themed Single

The band’s next full-length, “Pale Horses,” will be released on June 16.
The Kingpin (Daredevil)

Netflix’s Daredevil Is a Sobering Story About the Tragedy of Evil

Daredevil isn’t just a hero’s origin story; it also chronicles the tragic, sobering evolution of a supervillain.
Takaakira Goto

Listen to Songs From the Solo Debut of Mono’s Takaakira “Taka” Goto

Goto moves beyond typical post-rock aesthetics and climaxes, and opts for something more cinematic and orchestral.
Native Lights

Just a Reminder: Native Lights’ Album Is Finally Here

It’s basically what you’d expect from a group featuring members of Ester Drang and Unwed Sailor, in the best way.
Pillars of Eternity

Reading: Pillars of Eternity and Social Justice, Daredevil’s Catholicism, Sixpence None The Richer, Apple Watch & More

Also: Doxxing and shaming those you hate, a new approach to birth control, ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,’ mewithoutYou’s new album, offensive celebrities, and loving/hating Medium.
The Silver Pages

The Silver Pages Breathe New Life into Old Hymns

Eidolon, Joey Ciccoline

Joey Ciccoline’s Eidolon Short Gets a Haunting Teaser

The film’s currently available to those who order ‘Wilderness’ but will become public later this year.
Wilderness, Makeup & Vanity Set

Makeup & Vanity Set’s ‘Wilderness’ Is a Synthesizer Music Tour de Force (Review)

Wilderness represents a new benchmark for the dreamwave genre, a record that’s as soulful and sleek as it is synthetic and sinister.
Revenge of the Ninja

Are You Awesome Enough for This Ninja Film Festival?

New York’s Old School Kung Fu Fest is putting together a line-up of films honoring those sneakiest and coolest of cinematic assassins.
Shell Beach, Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis’ Shell Beach Is Finally Seeing the Light of Day

The self-described “definitive” Anaphylaxis album has never seen the light of day… until now.
Carrie & Lowell, Sufjan Stevens

Sufjan Stevens Sings of Grief, Death, Love & Forgiveness on Carrie & Lowell (Review)

Stripped of his usual pomp, Sufjan’s latest explores his relationship with his troubled mother with grace, compassion, and brutal honesty.


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