(This is a guest post from the League’s own Chris!) Hello everybody, I’m Chris. You may know me from such comments as, “You can’t say that in public,” and “Why are you replying to me? Was I talking to you?!”… Continue Reading
Brief reviews of two recently-watched Netflix streaming recommendations follow the jump.
One commonly-accepted aspect of punk rock was a devaluing of musical ability, and the ascendance of the idea that “anyone can do it”. The old rulebook – the one that said you had to know what you were doing before… Continue Reading
Giorgio Moroder is a towering figure in pop music. The Italian producer’s collaborations with disco diva Donna Summer, including “Love To Love You Baby” and “I Feel Love” were hugely influential in introducing electronic music to the masses. In the… Continue Reading
In comments recently, dhex mentioned the idea of “nostalgia for a future that never happened”. In the real world this nostalgia can arguably be detrimental to the clear-eyed assessment of where we were, are, and are going; but in art,… Continue Reading
Music is, like most anything humans do, an intensely tribal affair. We like to think that the music to which we listen defines us as people; it binds us to the others in our tribe, who also connect with the… Continue Reading
Since I promised to only do recommendations if I have, in fact, beaten the game, I am stuck talking about a game that I have not yet beaten. The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Now, The Witcher was one of… Continue Reading
Erik recently wrote an article about the conflicts of interest in gaming journalism. Of course, he touched on such things as the ad dollars that come in for the bigger gaming sites, the mixture of the personal and professional when… Continue Reading