Tag: 1994

Twilight Music: Tetsu Inoue, “Ambiant Otaku” (1994)

A hauntingly beautiful ambient composition from a Japanese master.

Twilight Music: Bark Psychosis, “Pendulum Man” (1994)

Ten minutes of album-closing bliss.

3AM Eternal: Jeff Buckley “So Real” (1994)

The first single from the doomed Jeff Buckley’s sole album, “So Real” served to pique the interest of the music-buying public with a unique, haunting love song.

3AM Eternal: Deee-Lite “Apple Juice Kissing” (1994)

A deep cut from the final album by the international psychedelic dance trio Deee-Lite. Enjoy!

3AM Eternal: Kristin Hersh “Cuckoo” (1994)

A lovely singalong number that will make you feel better after waking up from a bad dream.

3AM Eternal: Pet Shop Boys “Some Speculation” (1994)

The early 1990s-era Pet Shop Boys singles offered up some of their best work as mere b-sides. This track, from 1994, is a lost classic.

Hoop Dreams (Criterion)

Twenty years after its release,the three-hour sports documentary that Roger Ebert named as the best film of the 1990s remains one of the best sports films and best documentaries ever made.

Hoop Dreams (Criterion)

Twenty years after its release,the three-hour sports documentary that Roger Ebert named as the best film of the 1990s remains one of the best sports films and best documentaries ever made.

Unwound: Rat Conspiracy (Numero Group)

Numero Group’s Unwound campaign continues with box set number three, entitled Rat Conspiracy. This set covers the year 1993 and 1994, including the band’s proper debut album, Fake Train, and its follow-up, New Plastic Ideas, as well as a handful of singles. Though the band had already been around for three years, it wasn’t until… Read More ›

The Toadies: Rubberneck (Kirkland Records)

  Dallas-based alt-rockers The Toadies made a major impact with their debut full length, Rubberneck, released in 1994 and propelled to commercial and critical success thanks in part to a three-pronged attack: a great video for the song “Possum Kingdom,” plenty of radio play for it and single “Tyler,” and incessant touring. They toured for… Read More ›