CliFi: The Eagle Huntress Declares War

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Happy 50th Birthday, Revolver!

The Beatles' ambitious classic clocks five revolutionary decades today, as futuristic as ever. You'll struggle hard to find a release in the 21st century that has its range, most specifically because of its utopian closer, "Tomorrow Never Knows." I analyzed that foundational anthem with the help of Sir Paul McCartney himself, as well as DJ Spooky and Autolux, early into my continuing series, Geek The Beatles.

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CliFi: Long Way North

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MorphToons: The Myth of Kubo and the Two Strings

From the phenomenal studio Laika, makers of Coraline and The BoxTrolls, another mythic exploration, Kubo and the Two Strings

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Geek The Beatles: The Lennon Claypool Delirium Pops Bubbles

Sean Lennon has inherited his mother and father’s sense of art and agitation, especially now that he’s teamed up with Primus architect Les Claypool for a new band, The Lennon Claypool Delirium. Check out their bizarro video for “Popping Bubbles” above, check out their tour dates on Lennon Claypool’s official site, and click below for my past interview with Lennon, as well as more from Morphizm’s continuing series, Geek The Beatles.

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MorphToons: The Little Prince

Antoine de Saint-ExupĂ©ry’s timeless tale of matters of consequence, and inconsequence, finally lands the feature animation treatment. Check out more of my work on animation that matters at MorphToons.

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Brett Netson's Caustic Resin Justly Resurfaces

I’ve spoken a few times with the unorthodox guitar hero Brett Netson, member of Built to Spill, Earth and more, including his own noise machine, Caustic Resin. So I’m pretty stoked that his work is justly resurfacing. Check below for more news on that, as well as my past interviews and reviews.

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All Hail the Return of Autolux!

I have been writing about the art noise of Autolux for years now, and yet they always sound fresh to me. The power trio’s latest effort Pussy’s Dead is out now, and all four of its videos have finally been released. Check them all out here, and click below for my past interviews and reviews of Autolux’s ambitious work.

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David Bowie Was a Gateway Drug

The Starman Waiting in the Sky is immortalized by few, including The Flaming Lips and Michael Stipe, of the many, many, many he forever influenced in Okayplayer’s fine documentary, a companion to the Carnegie Hall and Radio City memorials marking his surprise passing.

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MorphToons: GKIDS Signs Miss Hokusai

The peerless animation distributor GKIDS acquires another sublime award-winner, Miss Hokusai. Check out more of my work on animation that matters at MorphToons.

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Neil Gaiman (Finally) Gets His Biopic

One of the our most prolific and captivating authors, Neil Gaiman is also one of the nicest people on Earth. I know this firsthand from interviewing him, but now you can find out for yourself, when director Patrick Meaney’s documentary arrives this month. Check below for details on that film, as well as my interview with Gaiman and coverage of Meaney’s past biopic on the equally incredible and affable Grant Morrison.

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