Tomas Andel

Tomáš Andel is a writer and media artist. His speculations hover where sound, textuality, mindfulness, the body, and the post-digital intersect. Tomáš looks for and describes the anonymous moments of tender reaching between the world and those who are not always observing it. An avid cyclist, he is often negotiating his love-hate relationship with chainlink fences. Check out http://www.tomandel.com for more of his work

Recent articles

Review: Us

Bigger and bolder, if slightly less refined, than his debut, Jordan Peele delivers another marvelous horror experience in his sophomore outing.

Review: Paddleton

Career-best performances from Ray Romano and Mark Duplass bolster Alex Lehmann's heartbreaking exploration of mortality and friendship.

Spielberg vs Streaming – BTC Staff Survey

The team gets in on the Spielberg vs Streaming debate and give their favorite films distributed by a streaming service

Review: Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel is a thrilling,cyberpunk adventure infused with empathy and understanding, that embraces its manga roots rather than run from them

Review: Fighting With My Family

Fighting with My Family lifts pro wrestling's veil of secrecy, in a heartfelt embrace of one star's personal journey.

No One Knows What It Is That Shortparis Is Resurrecting on Пасха (Easter)

It seems more and more that the cutting edge in contemporary music is anything that enters into a six wall mirror.

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No One Knows What It Is That Shortparis Is Resurrecting on Пасха (Easter)

It seems more and more that the cutting edge in contemporary music is anything that enters into a six wall mirror.

A Place Where Perfect Doesn’t Matter: Ah-Mer-Ah-Su’s Star

In addition to being an artifact of empowerment, this record is a sitting-on-the-stairs sort of honesty, a safe-keeping savvy of all the ways in which art can be a sort of communal celebration and preservation.

Worldmakers – A Musical Trifecta

A trifecta of musical selections this month for you to discover including Pilar Zeta, The Caretaker and Cosmo Sheldrake

Tanukichan’s Sundays is a Milky Summer Wormhole

For a relaxing reminder of the summer / the 90s or those in need of contemplative music in the dead of winter. Tanukichan's Sundays is the album for you.

Jean Jean’s Froidepierre Is A Futuristic Journey Into Uncharted Territory

Jean Jean's Froidepierre is as organic as it is futuristic; as heavy as it is precise.