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- Screen Reviews
- September 19, 2016
Three guys in middle school set out to recreate their favorite film.
Cover Up (Megaforce/13th Planet). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Roots and Grooves (Heads Up International). Review by Cindy Barrymore.
A field guide to all the odd contraptions along the road answers the urban explorer’s curiosity. With that and his trusty collector’s net, Carl F Gauze chases after the minutia of public transport’s infrastructure.
Marah, with the Pernice Brothers, the Silos, Ryan Adams, P.W. Long, and Tegan & Sara at the Mercury Lounge, New York, NY on October 20, 2000. Concert review by Sean Slone.
No Use for a Name, with One Man Army and Homegrown at the Sapphire Supper Club in Orlando, FL on October 13, 2000. Concert review and photos by Sean Carswell.
With the year drawing to a close, we thought it’d be appropriate for our staff to tell you what they thought the best stuff all year was. Features Editor James Mann kicks off with his choices for the Top 19 Albums of 2001.
The Singles (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Jivarodelia (Kindercore / Electronic Watusi Boogaloo). Review by Matt Cibula.
The Dark Knight Returns in a whole new epic franchise. Batman has been cleaned up, overhauled and given a dark sense of realism not seen since Tim Burton’s first Batman feature back in the day. Rob Levy is spooked and overjoyed.
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The ubiquitous trombonist has finally busted out with his first solo record, Cherry. Now Josh Roseman talks to Matt Cibula about what it’s like to be a "sex symbol rock-star trombone player."
They Might Be Giants proves itself a gigantic nuclear furnace inside the belly of Orlando’s House of Blues. Rose Petralia basks in the glow.