May You Dine on Weeds Made Bitter by the Piss of Drunkards (Magic Eye Singles). Review by Ian Koss
Discography (Lovitt). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
A collection of convict work songs from Mississippi’s notorious Parchman Farm. Scott Adams tells the tale.
Carl F Gauze takes an armchair tour through old Atlanta, courtesy of Zeus Henderson’s super-8 camera.
Actions and Indications (Merge). Review by Keith Mercer
You’re black metal’s favorite troll, at the head of Norway’s most popular metal act, the legendary Emperor. What happens when you leave the band to make ambient, keyboard-driven instrumental records? Nathan T. Birk delves into the crypt of Mortiis.
Darrell Scott is a man who does what he wants to do — and he does it VERY well. David Whited gives insight into the songwriter.
Musings of a Creek Dipper (Atlantic). Review by Phil Bailey
Carl F Gauze enjoys a documentary about Fishbone.
In this new documentary on the struggles of Roky Erickson, Scott Adams sees parallels with similar films on Robert Crumb and Daniel Johnston, but finds a stronger chance of redemption and hope for the erstwhile 13th Floor Elevator.
Cotton Teeth (Equal Vision). Review by Jen Cray.
Bones From The Yard. Review by Matt Parish.