Our Lives Aren’t Like Other People’s Lives: ‘Loki: Ragnarok ‘n’ Roll #2′

“Loki: Ragnarok ’n’ Roll, in the end, reads like what it is, a studied, concerted, meditatively postmodern consideration of the deep connection between rock ’n roll and the infinite renewability of pop culture, and in offering this consideration, taps into powerful existentialist underpinnings that roil through twentieth century literature from Robert Frost to Lester Bangs. Loki: Ragnarok ’n’ Roll comes with the highest praise.” – http://www.popmatters.com/review/180108-our-lives-arent-like-other-peoples-lives-loki-ragnarok-n-roll-2/

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