Part Cocteau Twins, part For Against, Norfolk, Virginia trio Wyteshayds mine the best aspects of late-1980s dream pop. It’s lean, sharp at times as guitar lines slice left and right, but the sumptuous quality of the music creates an undeniable feeling of warmth, which is accentuated even more in the layered, slightly indecipherable vocal harmonies led by bassist Jacki Paolella.
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It’s only a few more sleeps until Coheed and Cambria‘s eighth—and PopMatters-approved—album The Color Before the Sun is released, but in the meantime the band has posted a cool behind-the-scenes preview of “The Audience”. One of the most intriguing tracks on the record, it’s the heaviest as well, drifting toward the prog metal side while still retaining that nimble sense of melody the band are so adept at.
Best known for their surprise 1996 alt-rock smash “Not an Addict”, Belgian band K’s Choice have steadily put together a very strong career over the course of the past two decades. Led by sister and brother Sarah and Gert Bettens the band has been off and on over the past decade, with Sarah pursuing a solo career and even spending a year as a firefighter in her home of Johnson City, Tennessee. K’s Choice have been back on the go since 2013, however, and last month they released their sixth album The Phantom Cowboy in America.
As you may have heard, although Twitter has over 300 million users, it’s struggling to make money. The company recently named one of its founders, Jack Dorsey, its newest CEO, in the hopes that this leadership tweak will revive “sagging user growth” and with it, profitability.
As someone relatively new to Twitter, I’ve noticed a peculiar phenomenon that may explain, in part, why Twitter struggles to make a profit. A recent Read More
In the first few minutes of “Eight Slim Grins”, a bearded man grabs Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) from behind. This character has shown up in several flashback scenes, as well as appearing to track Jane in the first two episodes. In short order, she elbows him and flips him onto a chair; he picks up a chair leg and knocks her tooth out. Spoiler alert: they fight some more. When he’s finally shot by a sniper, he falls to the floor, tells her not to trust anyone, and dies. In retrospect, his advice seems a little redundant for someone who’s had her memory wiped, received a full body tattoo, and been dropped in Times Square wrapped in a duffle bag.
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