Watchmen Tunes Merge Comic, Cash

March 10, 2009 Morphizm 0

The slightly good news is that some of the music that made it into the film, but not the comic, didn’t make it to the soundtrack. The bad news? Some lousy songs made both the film and the soundtrack, but never made the comic at all.

Climate Change’s Firestorms and Deep Freezes

February 17, 2009 Morphizm 0

Those who would argue that these are isolated events do so at their own peril. The more time passes, the more both examples of extreme weather resemble two sides of the same fearsome coin known as catastrophic climate change.

The Prisoner Reboots the Panopticon

January 14, 2009 Morphizm 0

I spent last week chatting up actors Jim Caviezel, Ian McKellen and other principals behind the reboot of Patrick McGoohan’s culturally influential sci-fi allegory The Prisoner — and it was […]

Show Obama The Money

January 13, 2009 Morphizm 0

[Scott Thill, Morphizm] UPDATE: My fine fellow journos at the Huffington Post have syndicated this post there. Hop on, stir it up, spread the noise. “This disaster is not set […]

Best Of 2008, The Playlist

December 16, 2008 Morphizm 0

What a year. My Bloody Valentine and Swervedriver returned, Juana Molina and Marnie Stern spacetracked my brain strange, the playlist goes on. Speaking of here it is. Some of the […]

Jesus Forgives The Beatles

November 26, 2008 Morphizm 0

It’s nice that you finally got around to forgiving John Lennon for boasting that The Beatles were bigger than Jesus, who we admit has a birthday coming up. But you might have wanted to pick a better time than the 40th anniversary of The White Album.

Ask DJ Shadow Returns!

September 24, 2008 Morphizm 0

LONG BEFORE DJ Shadow became an electro-hop legend, he was answering questions online from scrubs like me. Where did you get the guitar riff for “High Noon?” Who the hell was Colonel Bagshot? Do you owe David Axelrod back pay? Then he got too busy to bother.

Autolux Gets Lost In Transit

September 23, 2008 Morphizm 0

I covered All Tomorrow’s Parties New York remotely from Los Angeles for Wired, because the My Bloody Valentine-powered package show was just that awesome. But for the last four years, […]