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Film Review: 'Faust' presents classic tale as a nightmare ride with beguiling imagery

More than two years, since it took the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film, Aleksandr Sokurov’s Faust finally arrives in Miami theaters. The...

Faust IV review published in “Goldmine”

So it’s been like five years, but I’m back into getting published in music magazines, beginning with my review for the Capitol Vinyl Vaults...

Jean-Hervé Péron of Faust explains origin of “Krautrock”

After a brief discussion in my Faust review with a member of the Faust-Pages mailing list regarding the origin of the opening cut of...

Aurally de-flowered by Faust: A review of Faust IV LP reissue

I never gave Faust a proper chance, and hearing Faust IV all the way through on high quality vinyl from Capitol/EMI’s “From the Capitol...

Announcement: IndieEthos on sabbatical for 2020

This site is now on hiatus. This writer is taking a sabbatical from writing about film, music...

How David Bowie kicked off my writing career. RIP, Bowie

All of music has lost some of its luster today. David Bowie died at the age of 69. Suddenly, the album he released, just...

‘Sicario’ romanticizes revenge in gritty Hollywood take on US/Mexican drug war — a film...

Note: we’ve waited a bit to share our review of this film to reference what some might consider spoilers. Too many of director Denis Villeneuve's...

French experimental duo Couvre-Feu riff on Krautrock for ‘Kösmischen Hits!’

Some of the best things that have come of this blog have been immaterial experiences. This is a labor of love and not-for-profit. Beyond...

Miami-area music figures help pick best albums of 2012

As this year comes to a close, and I spent more time than ever having to watch movies, as a newly inducted member into...

Albums that have stood the test of time: Tortoise – ‘Millions Now Living Will...

It's been a while since a true vinyl record review has appeared on this blog, and what better time to start an ongoing series...