The demolition of my childhood home and the impermanence of memory.
Also: Marvel’s comic woes, revisiting ‘Code 46,’ an atheist biopic, pretentious movies, the Republicans’ pro-life fail, and living the Lego dream.
But those hoping to see lots of the manga’s vast, dystopian weirdness may be slightly disappointed.
Methinks some people need to be a little less pretentious concerning the art form’s integrity.
Also: Screwing over creatives, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’s narrative flaws, saving old TV shows, redeeming nostalgia, touring Apple’s new campus, hand-coding CSS, and a better pro-life approach.
Timber Timbre’s music is dark and disquieting, and intoxicating precisely because of that.
Art can be transcendent — but enjoying it in spite of the artist’s flaws and transgressions can be difficult.
Also: King Arthur, Silicon Valley silliness, and the downside of “mobile first” web design.
Focusing on his “mispronunciation” (again) overlooks a host of much more valid reasons.
Slowdive’s Pitchfork Live performance accentuates the great continuity between their oldest and newest material.
Unwed Sailor’s latest EP is particularly ambitious in scope and sonic diversity.
I don’t know what it all means, but I can’t wait to see it on the big screen.
More than just a simple nostalgia trip, the new full-length finds Slowdive building on their celebrated sound.
I’ve compiled this list to celebrate the release of Slowdive’s first new album in over two decades.