Once a man only known for juggling numbers and finding broken stuff, Evan Mauser finally puts his literary skills on cyberpaper. Sure, he's dabbled with some prose and novel in the past, but he mostly spends his time listening to the guitar and drum. Therefore, he now writes to find an excuse for one interest while building upon the enjoyment of another.
The third release from Static of the Gods shows that the band is veering towards a meatier pop sound.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa game for the Wii contains much of the enjoyment of the real thing.
I Need That Record is an excellent documentary about the unfortunate decline of the walk-in record store.
For Aggronautix's latest Throbblehead, Wendy O. Williams is effectively shown as an aggressive miniaturized punk rocker.
Sakura Wars - So Long, My Love is an amusing story but lacks enough action to sustain most attention spans.
A great flight game is muzzled by poor menu and overall design.
On one of their earlier releases, LTJ X-Perience provide a moderately groovin' time that sometimes excites but mostly maintains interest.
The cover of Crystal Skulls' debut record gives it all away: they are an indie pop band.
The beautiful voice of Paula Frazer and the western sound of Tarnation are what makes this record an unique listen.
Love Is All's debut is fast, catchy, and saturated with the proper dance rock sound for those indie kids.