Future: EVOL

Future: EVOL

By Brian Duricy

EVOL doesn’t stand up to Future's critical peaks, but this could easily be seen as but a release to tide fans over before the next blockbuster. 9 Feb 2016 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

MLB

27 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

MLB

I came to realize why I've never actually bothered to chose between the north and south sides; baseball is boring.

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27 Apr 2005 // 12:00 AM

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

This is exactly the kind of Zelda game Nintendo should be making for the GameBoy Advance.

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Capcom Fighting Evolution

If anything, Capcom Fighting Evolution offers us the fossil record of the subtle evolution of the fighting genre.

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Brothers in Arms: The Road to Hill 30

Brothers in Arms aims to differentiate itself from other war games by placing an emphasis on tactics.

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	Louie Vega: Elements of Life - Extensions

A famous remixer makes a solo album, then asks other DJs to remix it. Bland Afro-Latin jazz-dance music ensues.

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	One Be Lo: S.O.N.O.G.R.A.M.

De la asked where you were when you first heard Criminal Minded. The Rawkus era pined about Resurrection. One Be Lo seeks to be the Next Coming.

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26 Apr 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Jane: Berserker

Join Panda Bear of Animal Collective and his DJ friend Scott Mou for a spiritual hour of gentle noise and pleasant drones. Y'know, if you're into that sort of thing.

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	Herbie Hancock: Speak Like a Child

This is every bit a product of the sea-changes in jazz at the time, a melancholy and affecting snapshot of a fading era.

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	Half-Handed Cloud: Thy Is a Word and Feet Need Lamps

It's Friday night church time: disordered music and bizarre stories that mostly work out.

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	Consafos: Tilting at Windmills

In the vein of the Cowboy Junkies if they were cloned by Lou Reed who was being horsewhipped by John Cale, Consafos take sparse haunting songs and knead them into delicious sonic nuggets.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

In Motion: On the Emptiness of Progress

// Moving Pixels

"Nils Pihl calls it, "Newtonian engagement", that is, when "an engaged player will remain engaged until acted upon by an outside force". That's "progress".

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