Category Archives: Review

End of Violence – Review

The Institutionalization of Violence Almost a decade ago, the future based Until The End of The World displayed a strange vision of the future, almost as attractive for its farfetched gadgetry as for its romance. The strange thing about viewing … Continue reading

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Issue 12 – Reviews by Jason Anderson

BRANDY/Never Say Never (Atlantic/Warner) Dear Brandy: How are you? I’m fine. I like you on Moesha and I like your new album very much – I saw so many posters, I couldn’t wait to hear it. Then I bought the … Continue reading

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Do Soundtracks Need Movies?

By Jason Anderson (This essay was published in issue 11 of Space Age Bachelor magazine.) Do Soundtracks Need Movies? In the last few years, one sentiment I’ve noticed often come from the mouths of musicians—especially electronica musos—is that what they’re … Continue reading

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