On a not-so-cold winter’s day somewhere in cyberspace, I conducted an interview with Matthew Thomas Dillon, the lead vocalist/lyricist/pianist and principal force behind Windmill, a British band with two incredible albums under its belt: “Puddle City Racing Lights” and “Epcot Starfields”. Its groundbreaking sound is simultaneously INTIMATE and EPIC, with Dillon’s provocative vocals and experimental […]
1. City Water Light & Power is the first novel by writer Matt Pine. Peripherally, it’s a coming-of-age novel, and, yes, ‘coming-of-age novel,’ in most cases, can bring to mind the image of an hours-long navel gaze. City Water Light & Power is not that. It’s sympathetic without being pandering. It’s nostalgic without being contrived. It’s attractive in a […]
Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. Just a bunch of text. 1. Slow-motion steel cutting. Strangely mesmerizing. Possibly trance-inducing. 2. “City of Glass” by L A N D. “But […]
My name is Gisele and I am here to help you to report any sighting(s) involving UFOs, abductions, or animal mutilations. – UFO Digest. UFOs? Makes sense. Abductions? Makes sense. But what do animal mutations have to do with the rest of that?
What combinations of words serve to soothe? How thick should these secretions be? Does it hurt when you touch it? I have so many questions and it’s getting harder for me to find a place to start. Should I start in the middle? I’ll work outwards. It will be as painless as possible. In other […]