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Film Review: Raw

Film Review: Raw

Raw by Jay Armstrong   Today marks my fifth time watching Raw. Drop what you are doing, call into work, close this article, and go see the film in the proper religious form it demands. There is a solid chance it will only remain in theaters for a couple of days so, seriously, stop waving...
Jon Chamberlain: Representing the Void

Jon Chamberlain: Representing the Void

Jon Chamberlain: Representing the Void By Jay Armstrong “Capturing people when they let their guard down is what makes a portrait special to me.” – Jon Chamberlain   While the art is familiarized and internally grasped by so many, photographers find themselves shadowed by our swipe-swipe-swipe indulgences in this digital age, no longer do we...
Drunk Mums: Promise, Potential, Substance

Drunk Mums: Promise, Potential, Substance

Drunk Mums Promise, Potential, Substance By Jay Armstrong   Albeit ideal, with how syrupy their self-titled album was in 2012 there seemed only two directions Drunk Mums could go; off to the forgotten edges of rock n roll existence, rubbing shoulders with the likes of bands such as Milk N Cookies who got it right...
2016 'Best Of' Review

2016 ‘Best Of’ Review

  Becky Bacsik   Best Songs 1. “The Axis” – Thee Oh Sees 2. “Robot Stop” – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard 3.“Give Violence A Chance” – G.L.O.S.S. 4. “Angel Cum Clean” – Elvis Depressedly 5. “First And Last Men” – ORB Favorite Local Song: “Western Playland” – Holy Wave and “Even Steven” – Tele...
SUBMIT TO US: ANON ISSUE SEVEN

SUBMIT TO US: ANON ISSUE SEVEN

Issue 7 of ANON is in the works, and we are looking for your latest and greatest work to feature! We want to see your (film) photography, art, written stuffs, comics and anything else you can possibly print on paper. The theme for this issue is PERFECTION. Take it, think about it, do with it what...
Schwein! An Interview and Single Release

Schwein! An Interview and Single Release

Schwein! Interview and “Cindy Make Him” Single Release Interview by Jay Armstrong Photographs by Isaiah Mancha   More often than not the people you encounter with music have an ego overshadowing their skill, the art taking a backseat to the caricature they align their lives to portray. Then there is the anomaly that is Matt...
Film Review: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them

Film Review: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them

Film Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them By Jay Armstrong Kevin Smith once spoke of being invited on the set of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, “The moment I stepped on the Millennium Falcon 10 years dropped off my life. Suddenly I was in my 30’s, and I hadn’t done ‘Cop Out,’...
Gutter Glitter Takeover!

Gutter Glitter Takeover!

  Powerpop slackers Gutter Glitter are the latest good time out of Austin, TX. Leaning heavily in the way of the early 80’s, they fall somewhere between Nikki and the Corvettes and Wildheart era Stevie Nicks. At three in the morning in February, lead singer Sofie Thomas screamed completely out of key over Natalie Imbruglia’s...
Film Review: Hell Or High Water

Film Review: Hell Or High Water

Amidst all the greatness we have had the privileged to see this year, Hell or High Water sits firmly at number one as what will be revisited with thirst over and over again infinitum.
Secret Bad Boys: They Said They'd Never Win, We Knew They Had To

Secret Bad Boys: They Said They’d Never Win, We Knew They Had To

Here's to Secret Bad Boys for giving us something gloriously shitty to believe in.
The Reputations and the Necessity of Pop Music in the Wake of Sadness

The Reputations and the Necessity of Pop Music in the Wake of Sadness

The Reputations and the Necessity of Pop Music in the Wake of Sadness By Jay Armstrong   I can’t speak for certain about the rest of the country but Austin specifically has an eye-roll approach to all things which might possibly fall in the realm of being labeled “pop.” What a disgusting reaction to see...
Film Review: The Neon Demon

Film Review: The Neon Demon

Only a handful of films have ever been able to touch on the double-standards of beauty, The Neon Demon may be the most honest. There is a risk of taking the experience as mere hyperbole, it cuts much deeper than that as honesty often does

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