Also: Babylon 5, Fight Club, the dark side of missions trips, domestic nuclear attacks, (mis)understanding the Bible, and the impact of world traveling.
Despite being critical to U2’s artistic development, their 1984 album often seems sadly overlooked.
A battle axe will definitely come in handy when fighting that dude with the chainsaw.
Classic-sounding goth pop, hazy dreampop, synth-only Smiths covers, and vintage Japanese cinematic funk.
Also: Spike Jonze sci-fi, Jean-Claude Van Damme, a South Korean blockbuster, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, and a Mel Brooks classic.
Surely the Star Wars universe contains scientists and adventurers who desire to explore the galaxy and its myriad wonders.
Also: Complexity vs. simplicity, improving accessibility, customizing Google maps, handy CSS snippets, and learning Craft.
While perhaps not as original as its predecessor, Incredibles 2 is a worthy followup.
The new songs exchange the trio’s storied “slowcore” sound for something harsher and more experimental.
Sites like Facebook and Google exert massive control over what we read and see. Maybe it’s time to start bypassing them.
Also: A kung fu movie legend, American and Japanese culture, a new music streaming service, the royal wedding, and alexithymia.
Maverick feels the need for speed (again), the Incredibles and Toy Story sequels get trailers, and Upgrade’s trailer promises crazy cyborg action.
The trio’s blend of soul, surf, and ’60s Thai funk is on perfect display in this Pitchfork Live performance.
This collection of dreamlike yet unsettling ambient music is one of Dream Catalogue’s best releases in recent memory.