March 2016 Archives

Oh!, Big Eyes Family Players

Oh! by The Big Eyes Family Players (Review)

A chilled, challenging psychedelic album that will reward the patient listener.
The Big Eyes Family Players

The Big Eyes Family Players Present “Across the Waves” (Music Video)

Fans of Broadcast, Epic45, and other similarly psychedelic/pastoral music will find much to enjoy here.
Lego Batman Movie

This Is My Favorite Part in the Lego Batman Movie Trailer

It’s a tiny “blink and you’ll miss it” moment that’s a great example of why I love animation as a medium.
Sleep Experiments Sofar Concert

Watch Pittsburgh’s Sleep Experiments Perform an Unrecorded Song

Hopefully, this performance is a sign that new things are coming from the trio; it’s been far too long.
Translucence / Drift Music, John Foxx, Harold Budd

Translucence / Drift Music by John Foxx, Harold Budd (Review)

“Drift Music” is lovely but “Translucence” is required listening material for fans of elegant, serene ambient music.

Where will I find the time to play Below & Hyper Light Drifter?

“Below” and “Hyper Light Drifter” look to be very fun, unique, and visually stunning.
Darth Maul Apprentice

Darth Maul: Apprentice Is a Fantastic Star Wars Fan Film

Thanks to German filmmaking duo T7 Production, the Sith Apprentice has never looked better.
Forbidden Planet

Reading: Sci-Fi Classics, Pro-Life Protests, Trump Theology, Apple’s Tim Cook & More

Also: Critics and Spike Lee’s latest, Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker, webfont performance & godless video games.
Lift to Experience

Lift to Experience Returns

The best band in the whole damn land is coming back.
Agent Carter

Agent Carter Is My Favorite Part of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe

No Marvel cinematic title comes close to “Agent Carter” in terms of charm and sheer enjoyment.
Gaelynn Lea

Gaelynn Lea Wins NPR’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest

“Gaelynn Lea had the most arresting voice and overall sound I heard in this competition.”
New Mutants Superhero Pop

Rock Out With the New Mutants in All of Their ’80s Glory

It’s goofy and cheesy, and a nice alternative to the grimdark tone permeating superhero-themed entertainment.


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