The Star-Telegram arts writers spotlight what's rocking their world this week.
1 The Tin Drum : Criterion Collection on Blu-ray: Director Volker Schlondorff's controversial 1979 adaptation of Gunter Grass' novel, which earned top prizes at the Cannes Film Festival and an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, retains its power to provoke more than 30 years after its initial release. The Criterion Collection has helped restore the film to Schlondorff's preferred 163-minute length and offered up a fresh high-definition print for the film's Blu-ray debut, in stores now. Supplements include a new, hourlong interview with Schlondorff about The Tin Drum, as well as period television interview clips and a film trailer.
-- Preston Jones
2 Dreams at 100 Fathoms: The Fort Worth Art Commission has chosen local artist Ken O'Toole's underwater dream world to grace the side of the new Marine Park Family Aquatic Center. O'Toole said he learned to swim in a public pool, where he discovered underwater to be a place of imagination and adventure. The stained-glass tile mosaic should be ready when the aquatic center opens this summer.
-- Gaile Robinson
3 DJ Sun , One Hundred: With so much attention being paid to the likes of Skrillex, Kaskade and Deadmau5, it's easy to forget that there's more to dance music than dubstep and its offshoots. Case in point is Houston's DJ Sun, whose sublime new album, One Hundred, explodes with smart samples of 40-year-old R&B and comes off sounding like the coolest '70s soundtrack ever.
-- Cary Darling