Songs For The Turntable (Blank). Review by James Mann.
Old & in the Gray (Acoustic Disc). Review by James Mann.
Punctuated Equilibrium (Southern Lord). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Glenn Povey brings more facts about Pink Floyd than Carl F Gauze thinks you can shake a brick at.
Natural Thing (Plate-Tec-Tonic/Tommy Boy). Review by Anton Wagner
Snakebite – Blacktop Ballads and Fugitive Songs (Redfly). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Radio Khartoum works hard to set itself apart from the indie-pop pack, working with non-Anglo American bands like Cessna and Watoo Watoo, and releasing material exclusively on three-inch CDs. Andrew Muzyk corresponds with label head Alexander Bailey to discover what drives RK’s unique approach.
The Gainesville Summer Music Showcase, featuring Doug Jordan, Red Lester, Future Legend, Ithaca, Argentina, Pop Canon, the Mercury Program, Squeaky, Szechwan Pork, the Bill Perry Orchestra, Flight 121, Spike the Cat, Shermy D, Slow Motion Milkshake, Loyal Frisby, Slack Season, Noah’s Red Tattoo, As Friends Rust, and Grain, at various venues throughout Gainesville FL, July 28-29, 2000. Event review by Brian Kruger.
Okay, so you have no idea why fans of the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees hate each other with the same fervor that Quebec hates Canada? Well then, Tim Wardyn thinks Emperors and Idiots will help explain why this is the best (and most intense) rivalry in sports – or provide seasoned fans with even more ammunition.
Incest-Live (Force Inc.). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Sway (Up/Down Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Mixed Live (Moonshine). Review by Vanessa Bormann.