June 2015 Archives
Jun 27, 2015
‘Pale Horses’ Is mewithoutYou’s Most Amibitious — and Troubling — Album to Date (Review)
Without a doubt, the most ambitious mewithoutYou album to date, by any standard, but also the most troubling.
Jun 27, 2015
Noah’s ‘Sivutie’ Envelopes Listeners in Sad, Starry-Eyed Ambience (Review)
For those times when you just want to lose yourself in some sad, nostalgic, starry-eyed ambience for an hour or so.
Jun 26, 2015
Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ Is Pure, Heartbreaking Cinematic Magic (Review)
Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ is pure cinematic magic. Also, it reminds me of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ (seriously).
Jun 25, 2015
Pure Bathing Culture Announce New Album, Upcoming Tour
Their lush, atmospheric music is still as evocative as ever, even in this short video preview of “Pray For Rain.”
Jun 22, 2015
Pitchfork’s Slowdive Documentary Is a Satisfying Look at Shoegazer History
It’s deeply enjoyable, and even a little moving for this fan, to see Slowdive vindicated after all these years.
Jun 21, 2015
Train up a Child: Video Game Designer
His first contribution to the vertical scrolling shoot ‘em up genre.
Jun 19, 2015
Reading: Charleston & the Confederate Flag, Christopher Lee, mewithoutYou, the IKEA Church, Punk Rock Sells Out & More
Also: Terrible dads in fiction, DuckDuckGo, and more Charleston-related links.
Jun 12, 2015
Grace Is a Bowl of Strawberries
I can’t imagine food alternatives really stacking up to the simple-yet-sublime pleasures of freshly picked strawberries.
Jun 4, 2015
Knights of Sidonia
Season 2 Is Coming to Netflix in July
In a little meta twist, the new season will also include an adaptation of Tsutomu Nihei’s ‘Blame!.’
Jun 3, 2015
Holly Herndon’s Electronic Music Dazzles, Disorients on
For all of its artificiality, there’s very little that’s cold, clinical, or merely “academic” about Platform.
Jun 2, 2015
In Rotation: Lycia, Flying Saucer Attack, mewithoutYou, Redspencer & Eons D (Review)
This time: Atmospheric darkwave, eerie space rock, poetic post-hardcore, jangly pop, and soulful hip-hop.
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