The ‘Rurouni Kenshin’ Movies Are Finally Coming to the States
The trilogy will get a limited theatrical run followed by a home video release.
July Skies in Concert (Cafe Oto, London, June 4, 2016)
Antony Harding’s ephemeral music holds up pretty well in a live setting.
The Church Needs Music That’s More Than Just “Positive and Encouraging”
If the Bible has room for Job, Psalm 88, and Lamentations, then the Church’s music should have room for such content, too.
Even After 15 Years of Silence, Lift to Experience Can Still Destroy Everything
Suffice to say, I’m very jealous of those lucky souls who saw any instance of the reformed Lift to Experience.
Handful of Snowdrops Cover Clan of Xymox’s “Back Door”
The classic 4AD song gets a modern update that highlights everything good about it.
Listen to a Clip From Lift to Experience’s Remastered ‘Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads’
The ‘Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads’ remaster will be released this fall.
Slow City by Liz Janes
A wonderfully direct and captivating album, though it’s somewhat hampered by some muddled production.
In Rotation: Winter Severity Index, William Ryan Fritch, 2814 & Eco Virtual
Wintry darkwave, glorious orchestral-folk cacophonies, sleepy urban soundscapes, and vaporwave muzak.
Salon Takes Us Inside a Pedophile Fantasy
One can’t escape the feeling that this particular aesthetic choice was unnecessarily sensational and deeply misguided.
Parenting vs. Creativity
In our desire to feel productive and in control lies a temptation to compartmentalize our lives.
The Majestic Music of Dead Can Dance
I’m struck yet again by the primal-yet-artful beauty that fills Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard’s music.
Hyper Light Drifter (Original Soundtrack) by Disasterpeace
Disasterpeace’s evocative soundtrack is reason enough to play “Hyper Light Drifter.”