Monday, August 18 2014
A book on the origins of Sega, a gaming industry giant of great historical importance, could have been great.
Monday, June 2 2014
The newest EP from these DC punks is heavy on rage and passion, but the notes they hit are all too familiar.
Tuesday, May 27 2014
While Device 6 is a game about exploring textuality. Simogo's other game of exploration, Year Walk, explores the ritual and folklore of an equally unusual but seemingly more mundane landscape.
Monday, March 31 2014
If Sex in the City had been based on reality, it would have been more like the The Harm in Asking: My Clumsy Encounters with the Human Race.
Friday, January 31 2014
The Cool School reminds us why sometimes it’s better not to be cool because if being cool means being as unbearable as some of these hopheads, what’s the point?
Wednesday, September 25 2013
Oathbreaker's decision to exhibit more range on its sophomore album, Eros|Anteros, isn't a unique artistic statement in metallic hardcore. But it's one that many bands of its ilk ignore in favour of "stamping on a human face, forever".
Thursday, August 29 2013
All Pigs Must Die do what a hardcore band is supposed to do: fill you with fear, anxiety and the threat of impending violence.
Tuesday, July 9 2013
Night Birds prove that they’re among the best punk bands mining the circuit at the moment, and this record should open the group up to a new audience.
Sunday, June 30 2013
The remarkable quality of the sounds coming out of these disparate personalities is so cleanly divided that each song seems to benefit from the sonic quality of two entirely different lead singers as opposed to the reality of one, who is obviously possessed.
Monday, June 24 2013
While usually being a bustling and entertaining experience, E3 hasn’t really felt a much needed air of excitement for a while, but things have finally changed.