2016 sucked in many ways. But there was beautiful music to be heard in the midst of the year’s ugliness.
Obviously, I’m a little biased, but I was once again impressed by the site’s depth and breadth of coverage.
One of my favorite albums gets reissued and several great shoegaze/noise-pop acts return with promises of new music.
The human-devouring giants are back, along with more existential dread, bloody melodrama, and high-flying action.
It’d be a shame to overlook the anniversary of one of Christian music’s true masterpieces.
Coming soon: ’80s comedy and horror classics, a Parisian fairy tale, a farting corpse, giant robot lion action, and more.
Nebraska’s unpredictable weather comes through again.
Plenty of sequels and superhero movies but I’m just as excited by new films from some of my favorite directors.
This marks the first time that “Ocean Waves” will get a theatrical run throughout North America.
It certainly looks like it’s in keeping with the spirit of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic.
It’s passable late night entertainment but with a script that made better use of its ideas, it could’ve been a lot more.
Dark-tinged folk balladry, spacey techno from Iceland, goth-y psychedelia, and stripped down post-rock.
Marvel’s next big hit, gorgeous-looking Chinese swordplay, more Netflix original sci-fi, and classic cult samurai action.
Mimi Parker’s lovely voice makes “Some Hearts (at Christmas Time)” another fine Christmas tune from the slowcore pioneers.