I can only imagine seeing these King Hu masterpieces on the big screen.
Starflyer 59’s next album, titled “Slow,” will be released by Tooth & Nail Records this summer.
Leave it to a guy from Denmark to compose the perfect soundtrack for driving across the Nebraska prairie.
Lush’s first release in two decades contains nothing all that groundbreaking — but why would it need to?
As I’ve heard more stories from folks my age about their church experiences, I realize how fortunate I was as a kid.
The latest instance in Hollywood’s long history of casting white people as non-white characters.
Another solid, engaging release by one of the best musicians working in electronic music today.
Brainchild built on the industrial sound of Circle of Dust’s self-titled debut but added a heavier, more guitar-based aspect.
This is how web page layout should be. How it should’ve always been.
Time may not be kind to all of these cartoon series but my inner twelve-year-old still loves them.
It evokes Joe Hisaishi’s elegant arrangements as much as it does classic 8-bit and 16-bit soundtracks.
The EP takes the band’s darkly cinematic sound out onto the dance floor.
This Christian rock classic has sadly been out of print for nearly two decades.
You get the sense that Deafcult’s members love making this music, and they love making it as loud and raucous as possible.