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The Devil’s Double

I find it difficult to think of how to express how impressed with The Devil’s Double, but needless to say I loved it. I don’t buy this criticism that it is excessively violent. It is, indeed, quite brutal at times,…

New review for “I Swear By All The Flowers”

A new review for I Swear By All The Flowers” is in the latest Steam Punk Magazine: The simplest way to sell you on this CD is to tell you that it was created entirely of antique sources, sampling music…

New review for “Edison’s Frankenstein”

Evening of Light posted a new review of “Edison’s Frankenstein”: Frankenstein, made in 1910 by Edison studios, is one of the oldest horror movies, though not one of the better known ones. According to this feature, all but one of…

Mick Mercer’s review of “Edison’s Frankenstein”

Mick Mercer posted a review of “Edison’s Frankenstein”. “A cute idea this, where music has been added as a modern score to the original film of Frankenstein, just as Jackson Del Ray did with Nosferatu. (It’s anyone’s guess who will…

Ip Man Movie

I cannot claim to be any sort of serious historian when it comes to Yip Man’s life, but all evidence leads me to believe the story of his life in the new biopic from China, “Ip Man“, is largely fabricated…

Review on "The Silent Ballet"

The Silent Ballet posted a review for “An Eclipse”: Have you ever walked home through a city at four in the morning? Walking a couple miles along roads and concrete normally fraught with activity can be a surprisingly quiet experience.…

New Review for "Blood"

A new review for “Blood” has been posted at Cosmos Gaming. Life Toward Twilight is a musical entity that creates sounds reminiscent of both drone and ambient music, with other influences as well. Now on its ninth release (or sixth…

New Review on JudasKiss

A new review for “We Waited For A Subtle Dawn” posted on JudasKiss: We Waited For A Subtle Dawn contains 15 tracks totalling 67 minutes. ‘A Subtle Dawn’ opens with a passage of a cappella wordless female vocals, which give…

Review/Interview from The Headphone Commute

The Headphone Commute posted a new review of “I Swear By All The Flowers“. They also posted a quick interview. The review: Tiny vinyl crackles are quietly put to sleep by a music box lullaby. The simplistic nature of I…

Gothic Beauty Review

A review of “I Swear By All The Flowers” is in issue #28 of Gothic Beauty Magazine. Read below: This subtle, solitary album can really grab you. It opens with lulling, fragile musicbox notes and continues at the level of…
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