Reading: The Cure’s Best Songs, Seeing Star Wars in ‘77, Facebook’s Latest Debacle, Trump’s Declining Speech & More
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.
Reading: Revolutionary Army of the Infant Jesus, Star Trek: Discovery, MST3K, Fearing the Alt-Left & More
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.
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.