February 2016 Archives

Capc Goes To Movies

Christ and Pop Culture Goes to the Movies (2015 Edition)

The book costs $4.99 on Amazon and is free for Christ and Pop Culture members.
Ran, Akira Kurosawa

Akira Kurosawa’s ‘Seven Samurai’ & ‘Ran’ in Stunning 4K

Two of the master’s classic samurai epics are being digitally restored from the original materials.
Lush 2016

Lush Return With New ‘Out of Control’ Single, Music Video

Lush sounds like they haven’t aged a day, much less two decades.

Pinkshinyultrablast’s Grandfeathered Is an Exhausting, Exhilarating Blast of Shoegaze Pop

The five-piece creates a sound that’s as delicate and shiny/shimmery as it is raucous and explosive.
Minor Victories

Minor Victories, Featuring Members of Slowdive & Mogwai

Despite rarely having been in the same room together, the group will release a full-length album this June.
Only Yesterday, Isao Takahata

The Final Scene in Studio Ghibli’s Only Yesterday Is Perfect

The ending of Isao Takahata’s masterpiece leaves me choked up every time I watch it.
Karen Choi

Karen Choi’s ‘Through Our Veins’

If you like folksy, twangy Americana, you’ll want to preorder a copy.
Circle Of Dust Reissue

Circle of Dust Returns With New Music, Classic Reissues

Circle of Dust’s debut will be reissued on March 4; a new Circle of Dust album will be released in December​ 2016.
Turbo Kid

Turbo Kid by François Simard, Anouk Whissell, Yoann-Karl Whissell (Review)

The ultra-gory post-apocalyptic BMX action film with a heart of a gold that you’ve been waiting for.

Howard Pyle’s Vision of King Arthur & His Knights

There are hundreds of illustrations throughout Pyle’s novels, and even the smallest and simplest are beautiful for their elegant, refined style.


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