Month: October 2018

The Anix Works in the Shadows to Stoke the Flames of a Movement

  Back in August, we interviewed Brandon Smith, the sole member of The Anix, about his musical inspirations and his then upcoming album Shadow_Movement. Now unleashed upon the world in its entire...

“Audible even over the gunfire”: A Review of A Song Called Youth Trilogy

There has been some debate about the nature of politics in cyberpunk. The punk suffix should give it away, but then again, the politics of punk do not form a consensus. Just as listening to any The Cl...

‘All dreams come to an end’: A Review of Total Recall (1990)

Re-watching Paul Verhoeven’s Total Recall feels like a breath of canned air from the early nineties. A hulking protagonist, copious amounts of violence, snappy one-liners, dramatically evil villains, ...

Denver Moon: Mars in Monochrome

Denver Moon: The Minds of Mars is the first installment in the universe of science fiction noir, cyberpunk series Denver Moon, the brainchild of Josh Viola and Warren Hammond and published by Hex Publ...