Sampling the Future (Thrive). Review by drew West
Closing in on the Fire (Ark 21). Review by Matt Thompson
As the storm of mediocrity continues its torrential downpour over much of the…
Vallis Ex Umbra De Mortuus (Paragon). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Doomed lighthouses, flying saucers above British coastal villages, and a grandmother who prepared to poison the Nazis… Thomas Dolby discusses the many eye-opening aspects of his film, The Invisible Lighthouse – now the anchor of a unique concert/visuals tour of the U.S. – with Steve Stav.
Uh Huh Her have become worthy of the blind support their flock of fans have bestowed upon them since the day they all heard that Leisha Hailey of The L Word was a member. Jen Cray was on hand for their return to Orlando.
Orchid in the Storm (Hyena). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Feature by Joe X
Jen Cray discusses brainwashing, politics, war, and even a little bit of music with Rise Against drummer Brandon Barnes.
In Terminus, GA 1997 (Bullsitter/Ichiban). Review by Ian Koss
Envoy of Lucifer (Regain Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Evolution (Tinman). Review by Geoff Baumgartner