“Microshift” marks a brief departure from Hookworms’ noise-based rock in favor of a more electronic style. Every now and again, you come across an album for which you have absolutely no context, an album you can’t even remember finding. In any case, the album is right there, so you listen to it, and it turns […]
Prominent in Tulsa’s underground literary scene, Broken Thumb Press hosts Tulsa Zine Night annually in an effort to bring zines to the forefront of Tulsa’s art culture. The pH Community House is tucked away at the end of a neighborhood on Phoenix Avenue. Featuring a mural of a koi fish on its north wall, the […]
A solid IDM EP, Panda Bear’s “A Day With the Homies” is perhaps more interesting because of its limited-run, vinyl-only release, a confounding distributive decision. CD copies of Panda Bear’s (a.k.a. Noah Lennox’s) 1999 self-titled debut are difficult to track down, and even the copy on which I may or may not have spent around […]
While not as viscerally pleasing as his previous album, “WORRY.”, Rosenstock provides another sonic and energetic punk album in “POST-.” When “POST-” dropped on New Year’s Day, my first thought was, “Whoa, that’s super early!” before I realized that Jeff Rosenstock’s last album, “WORRY.”, had come out in October 2016. That album, such a candy-coated […]
A brief account of my holiday trip to a small Texas town that harbored a sweet, literary surprise. I rolled into Archer City, Texas, on Christmas day to stay with my girlfriend and her family for a week. The town’s welcome sign, disguised as any normal street sign, boasted a population of around 1800. It’s […]
The 2014, ten-piece miniseries first aired on Cartoon Network and has become a cult-classic in the years since. We’re in one of the coziest seasons right now. It’s autumn. The trees are turning brown and the air is cooling down and Halloween was just last week. Granted, the transition is going rather slowly, but but […]
“Blade Runner 2049” is a pristine film that stands as one of the best of 2017, if not the best.
Beck’s known for his idiosyncracy and willingness to experiment, but his latest venture may have landed him in a style that’s, frankly, beneath him.
Tulsa recently hosted a new workshop to help promote STEM careers for children, especially girls.
After reading an article by a student writer, a museum social media manager unleashed a fire tweet destroying a kid.