Game Theory: Lolita Nation

Game Theory: Lolita Nation

By Ed Whitelock

The most critically acclaimed masterpiece of the '80s that you’ve never heard finally sees re-release. Time having been kinder to this long lost album than the music industry, it remains fresh, exciting, and essential for any fan of good pop songwriting. 5 Feb 2016 // 2:30 AM

Read more
//Recent Reviews
Killer Choreography Consumes the ‘Ong Bak Trilogy’

Tony Jaa still has a long way to go before he becomes a household name, but as this box set proves, he's well on his way—and may just be able to afford an acting lesson or two as well.

READ more
Spider Bags: Frozen Letter

With Frozen Letter, the North Carolina trio dives headfirst into the psychedelic end of the garage rock pool.

READ more
Wildcat! Wildcat!: No Moon at All

The hooks are here, even when the lyrics aren't: a pleasant night drive to absolutely nowhere.

READ more
Shigeru Mizuki’s ‘Showa’ Series Is a Sweeping Epic of Life, Death and War

This work offers an indelible and engaging combination of storyline, riveting life-and-death plot twists, historical education and passionately conveyed moral messaging on the horrors of war.

READ more

6 Aug 2014 // 1:04 AM

Lewis: L’Amour

There are vanity press curios and then there is Lewis’ L’Amour, the latest exceptional archival release uncovered by the crate diggers at Light in the Attic.

READ more
Rebirth Brass Band: Move Your Body

The New Orleans institution isn’t changing. Thank goodness.

READ more
Kate Tempest: Everybody Down

Confounding yet worthy of recognition, Everybody Down is a sound, if imperfect, effort.

READ more
New Dreams Ltd.: Initiation Tape: Isle of Avalon Edition

The vaporwave wudnerkind returns with her most accomplished release in years.

READ more
When Children Are Imprisoned for Life: ‘15 to Life: Kenneth’s Story’

While it's easy to call children predators, to be afraid of them and judge them, it's imperative to look at how they come to embody such fears.

READ more
Sugar Stems: Only Come Out at Night

The best parts of Only Come Out at Night reveal an ambitious pop band that still delivers the immediate punch of its pop-punk contemporaries.

READ more
More Recent Reviews
//Mixed media
//Blogs

Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 12 - "Don't You Forget About Me"

// Channel Surfing

"In another stand-alone episode, there's a lot of teen drama and some surprises, but not much potential.

READ the article