This show is beginning to remind me of how Maurice Ravel’s Bolero begins very quietly and very slowly, gradually building up, until it comes to a loud climax at the end of its 13 minutes. White Album’s muddled beginning is finally giving way to some clarity and focus and is laying the foundations for much dorama and angst to come.
Continue reading White Album 2-3: Bolero
Ray:I’m wondering if I should continue to watch White Album. It’s…frankly, seemingly a little plain vanilla.
Mike: You know, I think that’s a good description of it. It felt very bland and unfocused. The character interactions were very flat.
Continue reading Face Off: Ray and Mike Play the “White Album” and Riff on the 1980s
A double feature for today, for two shows that could not be more different from one another.
Continue reading First Look Fairs: Akikan and White Album