Posts by reubentourettes

Album Review: Aureate Gloom – Of Montreal

Having listened to this album on repeat for two days, I feel both gratified and misled. Like Odysseus wrestling with

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The Dawn of The Equinox At Stonehenge

As I strode out onto the plains surrounding Stonehenge, I felt waves of happiness reach out for me, dissolving any

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Album Review: Callisto – Secret Youth

“Art should be not branded,” the appropriately named keyboardist Arto Karvonen opined back in 2006, and, indeed, this assertion could

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Film Review: Chappie

 2015 has been a monumental year for me so far. Revolutions in my personal life aside, there have been two

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Album Review: Public Service Broadcasting – The Race For Space

I’m always surprised by just how effective and emotionally affecting this quirky two-piece can be. A jumble of anachronisms from

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Album Review: I Love You, Honeybear – Father John Misty

This album has probably had greater control over my facial muscles than any other I’ve listened to in recent memory.

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Album Review: Susanne Sundfør – Ten Love Songs

Susanne Sundfør has a voice that insists upon stymying all of my attempts to describe it. Whilst traces of it

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Film Review: Jupiter Ascending

Admittedly, this was not my most successful film viewing venture. I had not realized prior to arriving at the cinema

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Album Review: Bjork – Vulnicura

Vulnicura, Bjork’s eighth studio album, means ‘curing of wounds’. And I can think of no better encapsulation for it: a

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Review: The Interview

In line with the old adage ‘if you can’t say anything nice, then you shouldn’t say anything at all,’ I

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