This week we do a deep dive into one of Brian’s favorite verbs. Nobody was safe, especially not the Catholics. Theme music is by Daryl Banner. Become a member on the Cultured, But… Not Really Patreon page to get access to ad-free versions of this podcast: https://patreon.com/reallycultured Alexandrian Media Merch Store
This week we decided to skim through our library and talk about our favorite books!
When Stephen invited Brian for another episode of Game Play, he didn’t expect to be faced with one of the most difficult, heart-wrenching, and beautiful games he has ever played. Lena Raine’s music in Celeste is not only some of the best to listen to on its own, but it expertly aids in the game play.
Today, we wanna talk about us! We each have so many hobbies, but today is about our favorites!
There are two sides of a coin. Dakota Sauvé has spent so much of his musical career helping develop video games, but there’s a different side to his career that prefers to explore the world of experimental pop.
Although it took some time for its popularity to spread due to its outrageous plot, Battle Royale is a novel that has gone on to not only inspire artists to create various renditions of it, but sparked a new genre.
On this episode of Movie Night, Brooks Leibee joins me once again to chat about Chris Roe’s score for the 2018 documentary Spitfire and François Tetaz’s score for the 2007 horror/thriller film Rogue. Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and get comfy!
Paris was (and still is) a cultural capital of the world, especially in the 20th century. Art truly flourished then, and the painters Robert and Sonia Delaunay helped to trailblaze a new style of art taking the Parisian galleries by storm.
In a world where music has time and time again been given narrative, Stephen Ryan Jackson uses his music to explore the mundane.
Happy New Year! Are you someone who sets a New Year’s resolution? Let’s ring in the new year talking about this ancient tradition!