It’s incredibly effective stuff, showing us as the audience that Suspiria isn’t going to be the usual schlocky remake made up of jump-scares. Instead it’s going to mix terror and dread for an experience that will get under our skin and stay there.
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SHOP THE STORY 1. Unfinished Sympathy – Massive Attack Why it makes a great speaker test: This song is the acid test for sub-woofers – there is a hidden thunderous quality to the intro that only the best bass speakers or headphones will reveal. 2. Hotel California – Eagles – Live From Hell Freezes Over Why […]
Road Twenty-Two puts socially conscious, eco-conscious people of style in a position to help via their choice of clothing. Which is a big choice, because it’s a daily choice.
Fazerdaze “Lucky Girl” By John-Paul Shiver Fazerdaze, aka Amelia Murray, has shared the first single and video “Lucky Girl” from her debut album Morningside. Murray, a New Zealand native, will release the 10-track journal May 5th via Flying Nun Records. “Lucky Girl”, a subliminally hypnotic song, combines euphoria and melancholy into one multifaceted emotion. With numerous camera shots punching […]
For the debut album by Jaques Greene, directors Mauriès Matos have created this vast mirage of club culture, shot on 16mm film in their native Montreal during his concert.
In theory, the maturation of the internet should have killed off the desire for zines entirely. Millions, maybe hundreds of millions, of posts are published to social-media sites each day. And yet somehow, it can feel impossible to engage with new ideas, even as our compulsive inability to stop scrolling exposes us to an unending […]
Andy Warhol is having yet another moment. His works are featured this month in multiple formats on both coasts and across the digital advertising landscape. In Los Angeles, Revolver Gallery presents the critically acclaimed show Andy Warhol: Revisited. The free-with-reservation exhibition will premiere on February 11th, 2017, the 30th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s passing. In New […]
Tosca “Export Import” Directed by Park SeungJin By John-Paul Shiver The video clip for single “Export Import” by Tosca, details the surrealistic on-goings of a nondescript alien being in costume via a horse-head. Shot entirely in black and white, weird things happening in peculiar places defines these surrealistic moments at a random turnpike hotel building. […]
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears PTP AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 10 By John-Paul Shiver Every once and a while you are reminded how the blending…. or contrasting of rock and soul in a song can produce distinct infectious grooves. Serious and memorable riffs. In addition, the sly crafting of a peaking and descending guitar solo, amidst […]
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The buzz about virtual reality is all about cool new experiences. But WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler says the Oculus Rift, the first totally immersive VR system to arrive in living rooms, is also pricey, awkward and isolating.