Oct 25, 2016
Russell Moore: “Can the Religious Right Be Saved?”
Christians must seriously consider what, exactly, informs and shapes our primary identity. (Hint: It’s not Republican politics.)
Oct 22, 2016
A Critique of Verizon’s User Dashboard (or, That One Time When Verizon Almost Gave Me a Heart Attack)
User interface widgets should be clear, concise, and never demand more of the user’s time than absolutely necessary.
Oct 19, 2016
In Rotation: Sleep Experiments, Atomine Elektrine, The Radio Dept. & Circle of Dust (Review)
Autumnal dream-pop, cosmic electronic music, impeccable Swedish pop, and the final Circle of Dust reissue.
Oct 13, 2016
Random Nerdery: Luke Cage, Stranger Things, Descender & Rogue One
Some humorous video mash-ups, a space opera comic title, and some über-nerdy trailer analysis.
Sep 29, 2016
In Rotation: Makeup & Vanity Set, C418, Secret Pyramid, Dungen & American Football (Review)
Ominous synth music, playful electronica, beautiful dark ambient, Swedish psych-rock instrumentals, and elegant emo.
Sep 23, 2016
Exploring the Strange, Otherworldly Sounds of Oklahoma’s Unknown Tone Records (Review)
There’s some very weird music to be found in Unknown Tone’s catalog, but that same music is frequently beautiful and intriguing as well.
Sep 20, 2016
Trailer Alert: Makoto Shinkai Returns With Your Name
The film follows a boy and girl who find themselves inhabiting each other’s bodies.
Sep 12, 2016
Erased Is a Satisfying Blend of Time Travel, Murder Mystery, and Coming of Age Melodrama (Review)
Tomohiko Itō’s latest anime is rooted in tragedy, loss, and a search for restoration and redemption… and time travel.
Sep 10, 2016
Police the Internet of the Future in Hypnospace Outlaw
Tholen has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the game’s development.
Sep 10, 2016
Dream Catalogue Bids You Enter the Dreambox
This one-time limited release will feature ten albums that have received the most requests for a cassette release.
Sep 9, 2016
Posh Lost’s Wonderfully Gloomy Debut Is More Than Just Musical Nostalgia (Review)
Yes, this Minnesota quintet sounds a LOT like Joy Division but their self-assured music ultimately transcends such easy comparisons.