Despite muffled sound and the occasional camera work that makes your mom’s home movies look like Wellesian epics, Andrew Coulon can’t help but recommend this compilation of classic footage from Canada’s rudest punks.
Words From the Exit Wound (Earache). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Yosuga (Jagjaguwar). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Apparently there was another new film at the box office this weekend besides Spider-Man. Who knew? Ben Varkentine takes a look at Woody Allen’s Hollywood Ending.
What happens when a decades-long master of ambient synths bases an album arou…
Michal is part of the youth movement in pop music. As the demographic base ge…
They don’t play major label politics (even sacrificing a full album because of it), they’re not a lounge act, and they don’t want their lead singer to be thought of as a sex symbol. So what are Elysian Fields? Even singer Jennifer Charles and guitarist Oren Bloedow have trouble explaining that to Gail Worley.
For over 100 years, H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds inspired just about every scary and/or schlocky sci-fi flick imaginable, from The Day the Earth Stood Still to Mars Attacks! Is War of the Worlds another hit for Spielberg? Did Tom Cruise give one last great performance before going completely wacko? Our resident vintage sci-fi nut, Steve Stav, ducked atomic rays just long enough to file this report.
Stein Haukland risks great personal derision by revealing the ten guiltiest of his musical guilty pleasures. Be gentle.
Forty Hour Train Back To Penn (Drive Thru Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Using acoustic guitar, effects, and loops, Joseph Arthur is a truly effective one-man-band. Gail Worley discusses music and incredibly lucky career breaks with the talented singer/songwriter.
Social Dancing (Grand Royal). Review by Phil Bailey