Tagged: camiele recommends
James Wan delivers a seventies style haunted house and possession film that’s a step up from his last work and a nice addition to the genre.
DBSK’s debut album as Jpop group TVXQ (a.k.a. Tohoshinki) is a surprising piece of work that easily highlights one of the main reasons why the group came to dominate the Japanese market.
The most underrated album of one of my all-time favorite bands.
An astonishing sophomore album from one of the most underrated artists of our generation.
A Jazz-filled coming of age story following the life of Kaoru Nishimi, a young and pretty brainy kid from a well-off family who has just moved into a new school in Kyushu in the mid-60s.
DBSK’s sophomore effort opens with a vocal explosion and ends on absolute perfection. There are clear signs here that what was to follow would be absolute domination.
My name is Brian Patrick McAllister, and I am going to hell.
Can anyone be unhappy while eating cake?
It’s not every day that I come across a band that can successfully integrate traditional folk with reggae, ska, and elements of bossa nova. But Shan Ren Band does just that with inspiring deftness in their latest offering, Listen to the Mountain.
The return of the gods of electrofunk, and man is it ever a glorious welcome.