Egoevadiggin – The Ascetic In Me

EGOed hales from Colorado’s StillCatchinWreck crew. He’s got an intensely introspective vibe, touching base with the material of Oliver Hart (Eyedea). Content tends to revolve around a setting or a concept, rather than a plot. Descriptions and philosophies… words of advice for young people.

David-Ivar Herman Dune – Ya Ya

I never thought I would be a fan of any artist to come from the neo-folk movement. The Moldy Peaches were as far as I would go toward anything that might give people the impression that I’m from Boulder or enjoy plain yogurt and granola. David-Ivar Herman Dune is my exception.

Love.45 – Love.45

To say that Love.45’s latest release is radio “whorrific” would be beyond unkind. In fairness, the band’s new self-titled disc is worth at least a cursory glance from even the most elite observer, if for no other reason than Love.45 is a local Denver band that’s poised to explode in 2005. Yes, it’s about as […]

Arcade Fire Puts the Fun Back in “Funeral”

Win ButlerRégine ChassagneTim KingsburyRichard ParryWill Butler With a name like Win, how can you lose? Win Butler is the Texas born co-founder of Montreal’s Arcade Fire. Maybe his optimistic moniker is part of the reason that Arcade Fire, despite their notable occasions of musical cynicism, are doing so well; although, it probably has more to […]

A Tale of Two Sisters (Kim Jee-Woon)

A Tale of Two Sisters

A Tale of Two Sisters (KIM Jee-Woon) If you’re looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush but don’t really want to think after a crazy week, you may want to go see Alexander or After the Sunset. If you want to get creeped out and utterly confused, then this story is right up your […]