Pin It
Favorite

For Your Consideration 

Hanna's action soundtrack out on CD. Plus, clever wearable humor and science made fun in a new podcast.

click to enlarge art17069.jpg

MUSIC
Hanna Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

When the European action film Hanna came out earlier this year, everyone was all kinds of stoked on it. Which was to be expected, as it was totally awesome. Its recent release to DVD allowed for the fever to flare up again, but this time the real kicker is the soundtrack. Done by electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers, the Hanna original motion picture soundtrack is one of the rare works of its kind that can stand on its own without the context of the film. Download “Container Park” and “Hanna’s Theme (vocal version)” and rock out to the progressive electronic goodness.

ART
ALEDLEWIS.COM

click to enlarge a_c_fyc_aledlewisgumshoe.jpg
Maybe it’s because I’m knee-deep in the sass of 20-something-dom, but I do enjoy art that makes me chuckle. Because yeah, that landscape is pretty or whatever, but it just doesn’t have the thrill power of a cheeky screenprint. Or any piece of art that Aled Lewis has ever produced. Lewis, a designer, illustrator and captain of Threadless T-shirt graphics, is tops when it comes to twisting humor out of reality. See his work at ALEDLEWIS.COM, where you can also order prints of some of his finer pieces, such as the one detailing what Super Mario vs. Bowser would be like in real life. Spoiler Alert: underwhelming. And hilarious.

PODCAST
RADIOLAB.ORG

click to enlarge _resized_200x54_a_c_fyc_radiolab.jpg
Radiolab, the most bad-ass podcast since that first podcast you became obsessive about, tracks down the unknown. Host Jad Abumrad and his team delve into topics like the mathematics of randomness, famous tumors and the science of mistakes with a blend of conversational interviews and compelling production techniques. It’s part philosophy, part science, and all beautiful storytelling. Plus, you get to learn some cool shit along the way. Check it out at radiolab.org.

  • Pin It

Speaking of Books, podcasts

Latest in Arts & Culture

  • Variations of Zuill
  • Variations of Zuill

    Badass cellist. Musical missionary. Grammy winner. Zuill Bailey redefines Bach for the 21st century
    • Feb 16, 2017
  • Backstage Story
  • Backstage Story

    Behind the preparation and precaution: Why it practically takes a village to put on a Cirque du Soleil show
    • Feb 16, 2017
  • The Genius of Bach
  • The Genius of Bach

    His lasting influence, and a look at this year's Bach Festival schedule
    • Feb 16, 2017
  • More »

Readers also liked…

  • Blind Faith
  • Blind Faith

    In a vacant lot by the railroad tracks, an unlikely friendship is found
    • Jan 7, 2016
  • Home Away From Home
  • Home Away From Home

    Spokolonia gives Spokane's Polish community a chance to unite
    • Jul 29, 2015
  • Small Towns 2015: Living History
  • Small Towns 2015: Living History

    A newspaper museum keeps Palouse close to its roots, and serves as a community centerpiece
    • Aug 5, 2015

Comments


Comments are closed.

Today | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun | Mon | Tue
SATURATE: Reservation X

SATURATE: Reservation X @ Richmond Gallery

Through Feb. 28

All of today's events | Staff Picks

More by Tiffany Harms

Most Commented On

  • Partisan Pagans

    The political divide is even splintering Spokane's witches
    • Feb 2, 2017
  • Finding the Words

    The sounds of 8,000 people taking to the streets of Spokane
    • Jan 26, 2017
  • More »

Readers also liked…

  • Blind Faith
  • Blind Faith

    In a vacant lot by the railroad tracks, an unlikely friendship is found
    • Jan 7, 2016
  • Parallel Parking
  • Parallel Parking

    The drive in Spokane to build parks that fit into parking spaces
    • Jul 15, 2015
  • Small Towns 2015: Living History
  • Small Towns 2015: Living History

    A newspaper museum keeps Palouse close to its roots, and serves as a community centerpiece
    • Aug 5, 2015

© 2017 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation