Category: Reviews

November 13, 2014 / / Film

Jake Gyllenhaal is the new Christian Bale (American Psycho/Equilibrium/The Machinist era). It goes beyond the physical transformation that Gyllenhaal had to endure before and after…

Read the PostFilm Review: Nightcrawler

October 31, 2014 / / Albums/EPs

I was a huge fan of Caribou’s 2010 LP Swim. Its strength was in how unique Dan Snaith’s compositions were. No one sounds like Caribou,…

Read the PostAlbum Review: Our Love

October 13, 2014 / / Albums/EPs
September 5, 2014 / / Film

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is a miracle on screen and deserves all of its near-unanimous critical acclaim. The film follows the life and (multiple) times of Mason…

Read the PostFilm Review: Boyhood

September 1, 2014 / / Reviews
August 22, 2014 / / Reviews
August 1, 2014 / / Albums/EPs

The highly anticipated new LP Familiars by Fishpork favorites The Antlers didn’t immediate reveal itself upon first listen, but first impressions sometimes don’t provide insight into…

Read the PostAlbum Review: Familiars

July 1, 2014 / / Albums/EPs

The longtime vocalist and frontman of New York-based veteran indie rockers The Walkmen released his debut solo album Black Hours this past June. The Walkmen decided…

Read the PostAlbum Review: Black Hours

June 13, 2014 / / Albums/EPs
June 1, 2014 / / Albums/EPs

There is this astonishingly consistent evolution of The Horrors from Strange House, their ominous debut, Primary Colours, the album that put them on the map,…

Read the PostAlbum Review: Luminous