Plus, what makes a great HD remake, and why we want a new Shadow Complex.
We did the damn thing. If you wanna hear it, put your ears on the archive of the show. Below is the playlist for August 23, 2014 [Artist - Song (Album)] 01. Drive-By Truckers – Where The Devil Don’t Stay (The Dirty South) 02. Otis Gibbs – With A Gun In My Hand (Souvenirs Of [...]
Every day, Daily Downloads offers 10 free and legal mp3 downloads. Today's free and legal mp3 downloads: Anton Kellner: You Were the Fire EP [mp3] Birdmonster: Singles Project EP [mp3] Chancius: "A Piece of You Wherever I Go" [mp3] from...
The Book Club watch and discuss the 1972 film adapatation of "Slaughterhouse-Five," directed by George Roy Hill and starring Michael Sacks. Book Club: Slaughterhouse-Five, The Film originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Ty Segall “The Singer” In a strange way, this song strikes me as the midway point between Pavement in 1995 and Oasis in 1995. I say “in a strange way” because neither of those bands really did waltzes, and it doesn’t literally sound exactly like either band. But on this song – and a few […]
Rid yourself of gender-baised notions, for boys love interior decorating too! This week, Eliot and Justin share tips on couch placement, pleasing contrasts between wall trim and carpet colors, and where to put mutated eyeballs so that they're not always freaking out the guests. Show More Summary
Infamous, Walking Dead, and Madden in one week?! It's PlayStation's best week ever... minus the cyber-attack.
This Album Of The Week column has been running for nearly three years now, so it’s something of a surprise that Ty Segall has only appeared in this space once before. (He won Album Of The Week honors for the Stoogesian slobberknocker Slaughterhouse, and I was on paternity leave that week, so I didn’t even [...]
Matt and Ryan listen to and discuss Television's "Marquee Moon." Episode 122: Bound Jams originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
One of the best time jumps ever.
If I was going to describe Otis Gibbs’ discography I would call it solid and steady. I own the previous four records, as well as the brand new Souvenirs Of A Misspent Youth, and there isn’t a misstep to be found. Gibbs clearly knows who he is as an artist and he has taken the [...]
Every day, Daily Downloads offers 10 free and legal mp3 downloads. Today's free and legal mp3 downloads: Ali Murray: Further Still album [mp3] Attic Wolves: "Here's to Looking Back" [mp3] Cariad Harmon: "You Don't Know Me Yet" [mp3] from Cariad...
Charles Dickens once called procrastination the thief of time. Respectfully I must disagree with Ol’ Charlie, because clearly the Time Bandits are the real thieves of time.It’s right there in their name. Continuing on our journey across...Show More Summary
The New Pornographers “Dancehall Domine” Of all the songs on The New Pornographers’ sixth album Brill Bruisers, “Dancehall Domine” is the one that most reminds me of the sleek, turbo-charged sound that made me fall in love with the band back in the very early ‘00s. They never really abandoned that sound, but this one […]
Owl John - "Stupid Boy" There is no faster way to grow up than to watch candlelight be overtaken by the light of dawn. Every bit of punctuation in life's run-on sentence seem;s placed randoml,y and is simply a shrug...
After delivering an excellent HearYa session in late 2011, we were excited to welcome Bailiff back to the studio for a follow up. Bailiff spent 2013 tracking their latest album, Remise, with Beau Sorenson up at Chrome Attic in Crystal Lake. When it came time to mix the album, I was pleased to welcome Bailiff [...]
Le Révélateur’s recently released synth odyssey is called ‘Extreme Events’. But extreme for whom? For us, perishable sacks of fluid bouncing irregularly in trajectories full of confusion, waste and loss? Yes, the events contained within...Show More Summary
We review 'Sin City 2', discuss the 'Doctor Who' season 8 premiere, as well as updates on 'True Detective' season 2, and a fan-made Despecialized Edition of 'Star Wars.'
David and Devindra review Robert Rodriguez’s latest film, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, argue about The Congress, and praise the genius of Nathan for You. Be sure to read Wired’s profile on Frank Miller, and Amy Nicholson’s review of Sin City. Show More Summary
Broken Social Scene - "Do The 95". At certain velocities, a fuck-up is almost inevitable. The smallest error, the tiniest misjudgment - suddenly you're flat on your face, suddenly you've torn through a wall. This is why wrecking balls...