The show’s three seasons, which span multiple eras in an isolated German town, make for some confusing and captivating viewing.
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The electro-funk duo tackles the pandemic and quarantine life with their trademark grooves and cheekiness.
Robert Rich’s latest album is a response to listeners’ requests for music that can help them during these uncertain times.
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From its lifeless 3DCG animation to its nonsensical storyline, the latest Ghost in the Shell title underwhelms in every way.
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There’s a hint of darkness beneath the dreaminess that makes Chasms’ music all the more captivating.
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Topographies’ Difference & Repetition Perfectly Invokes the Specter of Early ’80s Post-Punk (Review)
If you’re a fan of ethereal guitars, icy synths, Cure-ish basslines, and haunting vocals, then this is your new favorite EP.