Spectrum Check

As is usually the case, a light week for me at Spectrum Culture begets one that is especially busy. First, I contributed a review of a new documentary about men who use flight simulators and online multi-player gaming technology to engage in digitized reenactments of World War II battles. There’s plenty of material there for an interesting, even enlightening film, but it’s too jumbled to bring those ideas cogently together, a problem which is evident from very early on. Thankfully, it was also quite short. On the music side, I reviewed the new release from Black Moth Super Rainbow, which … Continue reading Spectrum Check

Spectrum Check

Luckily enough, I had a very light week at Spectrum Culture just when I needed a break. I’d like to say I orchestrated that, but that’s plainly not the case. The only thing I reviewed was the new film from the director of Maria Full of Grace, which was surprisingly left behind in the first go-around in our selection process. Were I smarter or at least less of a procrastinator, I would have take the comfortable schedule to actually work ahead on a couple of the pending record reviews I have. Of course I didn’t, so I suddenly have a … Continue reading Spectrum Check