Film, Reviews

Today is Yesterday’s Tomorrow in Marc Collin’s “Le Choc du Futur” | SXSW 2020 Review

I’m going to begin at the end.  Right before the credits roll on Marc Collin’s debut feature, Le Choc d...

By David Ginsburg | May 07, 2020
Film, Reviews

Tomorrow’s Workers Still Facing Automation in “Lapsis” | SXSW 2020 Review

Writer/director Noah Hutton predicts the future in his latest film Lapsis. He has taken an inevitable technological adva...

By David Ginsburg | April 04, 2020

A Life of Hard Truths Explored in “I’ll Meet You There” | SXSW 2020 Review

Thanks to South by Southwest festival sending screeners I was finally able to view and now review writer/director Iram P...

By David Ginsburg | March 22, 2020
Film, Reviews

Daniel Radcliffe, The Internet, and a Bit of the Ultraviolence in “Guns Akimbo”

Guns Akimbo is a strange movie.  It’s a movie that could have been an utter disaster in the wrong hands and w...

By David Ginsburg | March 09, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Leandro Fresco & Rafael Anton Irisarri’s “Una Presencia En La Brisa”

Una Presencia En La Brisa, the second collaboration between ambient musicians Leandro Fresco and Rafael Anton Irisarri, ...

By Willie McDonagh | January 14, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Postcards’s “The Good Soldier”

Lebanese dream pop trio Postcards climbs to a thundering peak and comes back down again on their second album, The Good ...

By Willie McDonagh | January 12, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Solar Corona’s “Saint-Jean-de-Luz”

Portuguese progressive rock quartet Solar Corona channels just exactly as much krautrock as it sees fit on its new recor...

By Willie McDonagh | January 08, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Macintosh Plus’s “Sick & Panic”

Macintosh Plus is back in a new, evolved form with “Sick & Panic (First Mix).” Returning to the floral s...

By Willie McDonagh | January 06, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Julianna Barwick’s “Circumstance Synthesis”

Electronic musician Julianna Barwick’s Circumstance Synthesis sketches out a new angle of daytime from a familiar ...

By Willie McDonagh | January 02, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Dallas Hip Hop Artist Harry Edohoukwa Takes Genreless Music to New Heights with Debut Album Fire On The Mountain

Harry Edohoukwa was raised on Jamaican smooth stylist Beres Hammond and AfroReggae messenger Lucky Dube. Influenced by h...

By Contributor | January 02, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Hannah Diamond’s “Reflections”

It’s hard to believe that we’re just now hearing Hannah Diamond’s first album, but Reflections is here...

By Willie McDonagh | January 01, 2020
Album Reviews, Reviews

Willie Reviews Duster’s “Duster”

  Duster just jumped out of the suggested videos section and into the real world with their new self-titled album. ...

By Willie McDonagh | December 28, 2019