Hey Culture Fusion readers! Things have been a bit hectic here at ground zero. Changing jobs, moving offices and lots of business meetings (drunken debauchery and lechery) has left the crew here a bit drained for the last several months. Things seem to be stabilizing however. The Husker Du review series will be completed within the next several weeks, hopefully an album a day time permitting. They don’t have a lot of albums so it shouldn’t take too long. We’re all busy bees here but hopefully we’ll get everything in line soon.
A few new writers are going to be added to the site in the coming days. “Cassette Reviews” will be written by cassette fan Caruso. These reviews will focus on reviews of new indie label cassettes coming from a variety of sources. Movie reviews will also be added as will creative fiction as well as poetry works and even comedy ideas. Video reviews as well as skits will also be added. The only thing holding us back are our day jobs. Gotta pay those bills after all!
See you soon,
Hello faithful future readers, this is Culture Fusion the brand new blog designed for a bevy of imaginative and well read bloggers. It will focus on a wide range of material, including movie reviews, music reviews, personal art, literary criticism, serious discussions on the nature of man as well as humorous videos. This blog will seek to unite the low culture with the high culture. The distance between these two realms aren’t often as far as people think.
Essentially, we will blogs and links to blogs writing academically about something as seemingly silly as professional wrestling. I know many people, one of which is studying for his phD that take the art of professional wrestling very seriously. We are also interested in publishing serious critical pieces that focus on works of film and music that seem to have little to no intellectual merit to many, including such films as the “Die Hard” films or the collected works of AC/DC.
In the coming weeks, a large quantity of material will be filling this blog. Some will make you think: some will make you laugh. Some might do both. One thing we will strive to be is never, ever boring. Thanks for reading!