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AuthorMitchell Siermans

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March 13, 2017

Director — Martin Scorsese Silence was not so much a movie for me, but rather a meditation on Western religion which meticulously deconstructs the dominant beliefs of Christianity by aligning them against those of other religions. The film tells of two 17th century Portuguese Christian missionaries, played by Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield, who are […]

October 4, 2015

★★ As a long-awaited follow up to their self-titled debut album, FIDLAR have released their new piece of carnage into the world in the form of Too. Firstly, these guys are one of my all-time favourite artists and I have spun their first album countless times, which is why is was so excited to hear […]

September 6, 2015

★★★★ Returning after three years, dream-pop duo Beach House have released their new album Depression Cherry. Like most albums released this year, it’s an extremely layered album with the theme of love and loss being present throughout. On first listen, my interpretation of it was that it focused on the themes and emotions of a […]

August 9, 2015

★★★★ The much loved vocalist from Vancouver, Mac DeMarco, announced earlier this year that he would be releasing a short album entitled Another One, and true to his word, he hasn’t disappointed. Following on from his 2014 album Salad Days, DeMarco has returned triumphantly with a similar sounding album, focusing heavily on lo-fi love ballads […]