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Author Archives: Tan The Man

A proud dork and loser, Tan The Man writes mostly about film and music, and has previously covered the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, South By Southwest and WonderCon.

DVD Review: The Wizard

The Wizard drips with pure '80s nostalgia -- from the jokes to the music to the clothes. Read More »

DVD Review: Invasion – The Complete Series

Cookie cutter cop shows (and I really like Law & Order) have dominated the airwaves for far too long. Read More »

Music Review: The Long Winters – Putting The Days To Bed

If there don’t seem to be any central themes in the album it’s because there aren't supposed to be any. Read More »

DVD Review: Veronica Mars Season Two

A teen soap opera masquerading as a modern-day, girl power-esque Sherlock Holmes mystery. Read More »

CD Review: Roman Candle – The Wee Hours Revue

The aggressive remixing is like an extreme makeover for someone who was pretty good-looking to begin with. Read More »

CD Review: The Wreckers – Stand Still, Look Pretty

Longtime friends Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp have always wanted to sing together. Read More »

CD Review: Joshua Radin – We Were Here

The music world has been clamoring for someone to replace Elliott Smith after his tragic death in 2003. Read More »

EP Review: The Blood Brothers – Love Rhymes With Hideous Car Wreck

The most striking thing about The Blood Brothers is that the band features two lead vocals, Jordan Blilie and Johnny Whitney. Read More »

CD Review: The Adored – A New Language

The adored goes the light punk route to create a feel-good album full of pop melodies and no worries. Read More »

CD Review: Ane Brun – A Temporary Dive

The themes of Ane's songs are direct, but are hidden beneath such an original voice that it’s hard to become dour while listening to them. Read More »