Listen to the 2016 playlist.
“Black Man in a White World” Michael Kiwanuka, Love & Hate
“Burn the Witch” Radiohead, A Moon Shaped Pool
“Capsized” Andrew Bird, Are You Serious
“Certainty” Temples, single
“Come Down” Anderson .Paak, Malibu
In honor of Halloween, here are eight lesser-known films from the 21st century that you may not want to watch alone.
When a videographer answers a Craigslist ad for a one-day job in a remote mountain town, he finds his client is not at all what he initially seems.
Two psychopathic young men take a family hostage in their cabin.
Twin boys move to a new home with their mother after she has face changing cosmetic surgery, but under her bandages is someone the children don’t recognize.
A punk rock band is forced to fight for survival after witnessing a murder at a neo-Nazi skinhead bar.
The House of the Devil
During a night of 1983 with full lunar eclipse, Samantha Hughes takes a babysitting job surrounded by mysterious circumstances before she finds out her client’s terrifying secret.
A psychological thriller in which a deadly virus infects a small Ontario town.
A man accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour. Finding himself will be the first of a series of disasters of unforeseeable consequences.
A family in 1630s New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession.
Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson
Somehow, it’s been 20 years since 1996 – perhaps the first year I started to really listen to music. Back then, I was enrolled in several CD clubs in which I’d buy an album and then receive like eight more for free in the mail. Life was weird before the internet took over. Anyways, here are my favorite records from way back when.
Best track: “Jack-Ass”
Dave Matthews Band, Crash
Best track: “Two Step”
Fugees, The Score
Best track: “Killing Me Softly”
Jamiroquai, Travelling Without Moving
Best track: “Virtual Insanity”
Phish, Billy Breathes
Best track: “Prince Caspian”
Best track: “Doin’ Time”
The Wallflowers, Bringing Down the Horse
Best track: “One Headlight”
Khruangbin is a three-piece band from Texas, comprised of Laura Lee on bass, Mark Speer on guitar, and Donald Johnson on drums. Taking influence from 1960’s Thai funk – their name literally translates to “Engine Fly” in Thai – Khruangbin is steeped in the bass heavy, psychedelic sound of their inspiration, Tarantino soundtracks and surf-rock cool.
Listen to their debut album, The Universe Smiles Upon You.