Everything Was Fine Until It Wasn't: 'The Ends of the World'

Everything Was Fine Until It Wasn't: 'The Ends of the World'

By Jordan Penney

Connecting deep time with human time and the picturesque with the disastrous, The Ends of the World shows that there may be inescapable consequences for our history and habit of improvident behavior. 23 Aug 2017 // 9:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Birds Are on Fire by Kay Sloan

Every year, Finishing Line books publishes 30 chapbooks by unknown poets. I’ve read four now, and all are tastefully designed with lovely cover art and

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Van She represents everything that’s wrong with Modular. I’m sorry, I love the label that’s brought us the Avalanches and the Presets,

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The Simpsons: The Complete Eighth Season

The Simpsons deals with the serious issues -- repression, crises of faith, and fractured families -- that most sitcoms either ignore or confine to "special" quasi-dramatic episodes.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Toby Lightman: Bird on a Wire

Bird on a Wire is one of those albums that’s good on the surface, but seems to float by without the listener really retaining anything from it.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Hidden Cameras: AWOO

Pretty orchestral lit-pop fails to live up to the promise of its tag-line: 'gay church folk music'.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Tag #1

Tag offers that most exquisite of rarities: an original horror premise.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Squarepusher: Hello Everything

Hello Everything steps back from recent experimentation and, carefully and effectively, refocuses on melody.

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Lucero: Rebels, Rogues & Sworn Brothers

Roots rockers Lucero add a keyboard to their already awesome attack, and get even better.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Nomeansno: All Roads Lead to Ausfahrt

Nomeansno heads for their own middle of the road on All Roads Lead to Ausfahrt.

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13 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Greg Laswell: Through Toledo

Sad but not miserable, this bit of heartache is both moving and comforting in its murkiness.

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'Inside' and the Monstrosity of Collectivism

// Moving Pixels

"An ability to manipulate a collective is a hint at what a little boy's power as an individual might be.

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