Tagged: camiele recommends
Though there seems to be an arrogant overabundance of experimentation underlying many of the tracks on Toro y Moi’s latest release, the fact remains Chaz Bundick is a truly gifted artist.
A surprisingly brazen and mature debut from a teenager who seems to be on a completely different plane than his peers.
Kim Jaejoong’s debut mini-album is definitely a gamble for someone not exactly schooled in the genre. But, man, does he ever deliver some brilliant music.
I’m actually almost at a loss for words. This woman’s voice and her ability to fuse the expected with the experimental makes this debut as brilliant as any I’ve heard from some of my favorite artists.
Rurouni Kenshin follows an ex-assassin called Kenshin Himura (Sato) during the Meiji period (1868-1912) trying to find atonement for his past deeds by protecting those around him.
Tarantino delivers a delightfully thrilling antebellum-era spaghetti western revenge saga that will be sure to knock your boots off.
It’s always nice to return to places you love, and that was what The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey meant to me, a return to the beloved Middle Earth.
And this is exactly where something transforms from a simple love affair to a desire to forever walk in the presence of the one you love. SingerSen’s debut is an album that’s all emotion and endless beauty.
Wreck-It Ralph is an absolute treat for audiences of all kinds, and especially an animated dream come true for gamers.
Let’s be real, here: Ichi the Killer is just foul and disgusting.