Sure, playing frat parties can be lucrative for a young band, but is it really worth it? James Mann recounts an incident that both was and wasn’t worth the frustration.
Remembering When Cambodia Rocked (Dust to Digital). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Loops From The Bergerie (!K7). Review by Ben Varkentine.
A painful documentary about young woman rescued from the Southeast Asian sex slave trade.
Volume One (Nettwerk). Review by Phil Bailey
Event Review by Phillip Haire
A metal patient leaves the asylum and enters a colorful fantasy world in Federico Fellini’s little seen last film.
The Very Best of Rod Stewart (Rhino/Warner). Review by Phil Bailey.
Is Passed in Sleep; At Night He Hunts (Jumberlack Media). Review by Nora Richardson.
If We Only Knew Then What We Know Now… (Metal Blade). Review by Ed Furniture
Daniel M. Gill talks with bassist James McNew of indie rock darlings Yo La Tengo about being the odd man out in a band with a married couple, the differences between the U.S. and Europe, and why playing covers is a lot of fun.
An early documentary by Robert Mugge explores the world of Avant Garde composer George Crumb.