A new director’s cut of Revolution does little to challenge the idea that the film was always a grand, confusing and undisciplined vision out of control.
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“Polyphonic music with monophonic instruments” sounds interesting only on a conceptual level. What plays out on Occupied with the Unspoken doesn’t really satisfy on any level, really.
CVI is soaked in the elixir of resonant, home-spun, rock and roll truths — a grand artistic vision distilled to its most expressive essence.
If you had to summarize the sound of Hello Hum, imagine if Broken Social Scene wound up getting fused at the hip of the New Pornographers.
Both Acquiescence and Inner Hue showcase Anenon’s talents as a composer and producer effectively. George Sarah’s Who Sleep the Sleep of Peace and CFCF’s Exercises have more than worthy company as this package delivers some of the best classical/elec…