Tiananman Square Dance rolls out Glow-Fi goodness with VHS WAVE Vol. Four

Whether you know it or not, you know what chillwave is, but if you don’t and are in need of some poolside sounds for the summer, this free compilation is not to be missed. This is the forth installment by Tiananmen Square Dance and having listened to it, I’d venture to say, it’s the bestContinue reading “Tiananman Square Dance rolls out Glow-Fi goodness with VHS WAVE Vol. Four”

The outstanding, Bonsai inspired, worlds of Takanori Aiba

If your not familiar with Juxtapose magazine, your missing out on some of the most ground breaking modern art of our century. This recent set of photos comes compliments of them and features a collection of works by sculpture TAKANORI AIBA . Clearly driven by fantasy and Japanese culture, he’s taken the time honored practiceContinue reading “The outstanding, Bonsai inspired, worlds of Takanori Aiba”

Trailer for Ben Wheatley’s “A Field in England” is pure arthouse crazy

I’ve seen fan-made trailers like this before, but most never see the light of day, but this bit of magic compliments of Julian House at Intro-Partnership is what Cinephiles, like myself, drool over. This trailer alone, is enough to warrant a screening at The Cinefamily. It has that 60’s psychedelica/horror vibe and when you readContinue reading “Trailer for Ben Wheatley’s “A Field in England” is pure arthouse crazy”

Artist Nicola Verlato’s book “From Verona With Rage” is breathtaking modern Renaissance

I have a wide range of tastes when it comes to art. My rule of thumb is, if it moves me, I like it. From street art to cave drawings, I’m blessed to be able to see the art in most things as are many and the work of Italian painter Nicola Verlato, is theContinue reading “Artist Nicola Verlato’s book “From Verona With Rage” is breathtaking modern Renaissance”

Check out this short Another Hell directed by Saam Farahmad featuring the music of Daughn Gibson

The music of Daughn Gibson is melancholy enough without placing odd visuals to it, but what director Saam Farahmand has done is placed Daughn Gibson himself and Daughn’s music, in the misty woods with birds, pitbulls and pasty young girls and voila…magic.  A lot of  “questions”, run on throughout this interesting piece. Is it aboutContinue reading “Check out this short Another Hell directed by Saam Farahmad featuring the music of Daughn Gibson”

Underground Mondays: The Soon-Another release the colorful Autodidact

Glittery indie-pop is at an all time high. It’s on the radio, it’s topping the charts, and it’s in our brains. Bands like Metric, Lights, and Of Monsters and Men are some of the bigger names of musicians that control this genre. What’s even more interesting is that there is such a large geographic areaContinue reading “Underground Mondays: The Soon-Another release the colorful Autodidact”

A Mister Rogers biopic is in the works

Mr. Rogers is probably on of the most iconic figures of  Americana that has ever existed. His commitment to happiness was a welcome sight to millions of his young viewers and despite all the puppets, in the shows “Land of Make Believe”, being the creepiest things you’ve ever laid eyes on, they were characters you’dContinue reading “A Mister Rogers biopic is in the works”

MONSTERS 2 begins principal photography in Jordan

Having started as a production designer on The Power Rangers, the now director Gareth Edward’s, clearly intends on becoming a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood. Since blowing up the scene back in 2010 with his meditative take on the alien invasion story “Monsters“, the young auteur has done a mind blowing documentary “InContinue reading “MONSTERS 2 begins principal photography in Jordan”

The Bay on dvd promises, but doesn’t deliver

Can these Paranormal Activity guys do anything else? Apparently not, there must be an element of laziness that goes into shooting a film like this. There’s a shit ton of scenes, actors and special effects and although this was one of those found footage horrors, shouldn’t there be at least one protagonist? This film felt,Continue reading “The Bay on dvd promises, but doesn’t deliver”

Trailer for “Gimme The Loot” directed Adam Leon

“Sofia, shit, we’ll be the biggest writers in the city. They’ll make statues of us holding spray cans in Central Park…” – Malcolm That quote pretty much sums up this crazy coming of age story. Set in New York, Malcolm, played by newcomer Ty Hickson and Sophia, played by the cute newcomer Tashiana Washington, areContinue reading “Trailer for “Gimme The Loot” directed Adam Leon”