3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
BJM return with what can only be described as their heart of darkness. An angry and alienating experience with none of the shiny, uplifting songs of the past. But this is where it excels.
From the opening out of key sounding intro, with its agressive and nihilistic lyrics, we are plunged into the abyss. Sprawling through this album may not appeal to many, and certainly not to the non-BJM initiated, but Newcombe always does his own thing.
Streets ahead of most 'similar' bands, what will this band do next - probably a minimalist techno album or a death metal album, but who cares, as it will always be of interest.
My Bloody Underground, and it seems we love being underground.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Anyone with an interest in Mikke, asian cinema or cinema in general will no doubt find something with this book.
Tom Mes' analysis of each film of the past decade from one of the worlds truly talented directors is informative, intelligent and often challenging.
The cinema of Takashi Mikke is a truly eye opening experience and i would advise you take a look .