Serena Movie Trailer

I loved Ron Rash’s novel Serena, so I’m both excited and a little wary of the upcoming film adaption. I think Jennifer Lawrence was a good choice for the titular character and the new official trailer indicates the movie will stay true to the book’s gritty, rustic Depressiom-era setting…

Muruch Weekly Playlist, 9-12-14

I finally got around to putting all my mp3s on one player, which I almost always keep in shuffle mode. So here’s the first of what I hope will be a weekly Muruch playlist culled from what I’ve been listening to. I’m using Spotify for now, but its limited database and my older, obscure mp3s may require a change in the future. This week there was only one song I played that isn’t on Spotify – Nelly Furtado’s “Party’s Just Begun” from the Brokedown Palace: Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Here’s the rest…


Lykanthea: Migration

By: Brendan

Migration is the first in a projected 5-part series by Lykanthea. It’s a dreamily ambient collection of songs wherein ethereal vocals swim in the enticing sound of Lykanthea’s complex score. For me, the electronic beat of “Hand and Eye” seemed out of place in the otherwise mellow set. However, Migration is at times reminiscent of the Julee Cruise/Angelo Badalamenti Twin Peaks soundtrack and one of the most interesting collections I’ve heard this year.

Allison Crowe: New Video “Why” (Annie Lennox Cover)

As we announced last month, Allison Crowe will soon release a 16-song “visual album.” The first video, featuring footage from the classic French film L’Atalante, is for Allison’s cover of the Annie Lennox song “Why”…

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