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2016: 12 Movies We Enjoyed Watching

by on January 31st, 2017 | No Comments »

Adam Lawrence – In 2016, movies held a pretty special place for most folks – this year was a doozy and movies were there to provide a soothing balm of escapism. Sure, the summer blockbusters mostly sucked ass and it seemed like every other movie released was some kind of experiment designed to calculate just how far our standards have fallen for good story, strong characters, and whatever passes for authentic emotion. Mighty Marvel moves on, 40-year-old franchises still reign, and sometimes it feels like there hasn’t been a movie made specifically for an adult audience in years.


Beam & Hoop: Perfect Complements

by on May 31st, 2016 | 1 Comment »

Adam Lawrence – It’s easy to view Sam Beam’s career as Iron & Wine divided into two parts – the early, solo bedroom recordings full of earnest melodies and cryptic parables, then the records with fuller sound and collaborative efforts.


The War On Drugs’ Worthwhile Nostalgia

by on July 21st, 2014 | No Comments »

We live in nostalgic times. It’s never been easier to re-live (or extend) childhood thanks to the legion of throwback logos, Masters of the Universe Tumblr blogs, and multi-part decade retrospectives running ad nauseum on cable. For those of us of a certain age, it’s a kind of currency.


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