Listen Here: Teacher’s Dirty Looks

Introducing Listen Here, a monthly playlist picked and curated by members of the Deadshirt staff around a certain theme. This month’s theme is Back To School with a playlist selected by Sam Paxton. When we were kids, Back To School Month was September, and summer vacation was Read More …

Yes, Tame Impala Is Changing On Currents [Review]

Australia’s Tame Impala, the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist/producer Kevin Parker, has made a name for itself by synthesizing new, original sounds from the bones of old ones. Influenced heavily by the experimental sounds of the Sixties, Parker has slowly shied away from over-reliance on guitars, eschewing Read More …

Avengers: Age of Ultron is a Worthy End to Marvel’s Phase Two [Review]

There’s a sequence in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, a film I didn’t entirely love, that nonetheless sold me on the entire enterprise. After bickering and side-eyeing each other for nearly the entire movie, the titular team puts aside their differences and gets to work, laying waste Read More …

Sleater-Kinney Rides a New Wave on No Cities to Love [review]

In the annals of rock history, the tale of Sleater-Kinney is legendary: three young women, heavily influenced by the riot grrl movement in the Pacific Northwest, started a punky fem-rock band that transcended genre to become one of the most universally beloved indie acts of Read More …

Montreal’s Stars Turn It Up With No One Is Lost [Review]

No One Is Lost is the tale of a band coming full circle. After recording the last few albums in reputable studios, Stars found themselves yearning to return to their bedroom pop roots. To that end, the Montreal-based quintet acquired an apartment with some storied Read More …

Hyrule Warriors Links To Zelda‘s Past [Review]

At this point, it appears that Nintendo’s solution to their Third Party Problem is to partner with outside developers to develop first party titles. While this has worked to varying degrees in the past, with some being great (Donkey Kong Country Returns) and others being Read More …