Resounding Music

Gabriel Hudelson

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Category Archives: Artistic Analysis

Captain America II

I’ve heard almost incessant raving reviews of this film (I think I heard one person say they didn’t get what all the hubbub was about), but I have some trust issues when it comes to movies.  And films like this are … Continue reading

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What About Rock Music?

“Is rock music evil?” This question, or variations on its theme, comes up often in conservative Christian circles (within which I am proud to swim). Before presenting the answer to this question, a few things must be established: 1. Music … Continue reading

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Soundtrack Review – Super 8

Giacchino hit a home run with “Super 8″. The John Williams flair is unmistakable, and the almost exclusively orchestral soundscape only adds to that. This is a musically deep score with plenty of lovely, tender moments interspersed with the requisite … Continue reading

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Artistic Analysis: Shop-Vac

(Content warning: briefly refers to drunkenness) One of the most amazing, artistically perfect, masterfully miserable pieces of art I’ve seen in a long time. I think the thing that amazes me most about this video is that it is built … Continue reading

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