- Screen Reviews
- March 5, 2021
A low budget nautical adventure filled with high concept effects.
Kiran Aditham examines The Ramones’ place in the pantheon of punk rock.
Cydonia (MCA). Review by drew West .
They Might Be Giants, with OK Go at Hard Rock Live, Orlando, FL on March 23, 2001. Concert review by Julio Diaz.
Sun Bleached (Zip). Review by Brian Kruger.
Various Artists (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Charles D.J. Deppner.
Fabric and Out of My Face (Umbrella Recordings). Review by Nirav Soni.
Marcel Feldmar remembers how the city of Seattle gathered not to mourn Joey, but to celebrate his life, and reveals his top five Ramones memories.
Lesson Number One on how to have a great interview: Know your subject. Following that rule, Gail Worley plies the tongue of Guided By Voices frontman Robert Pollard with a six of Miller Lite, and lets the tape roll. We guarantee that the result is a GBV interview the likes of which you won’t find anywhere else!
Mother Superior (Triple X). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Flash Fictions :: cure for missing souls :: Wednesday, April 25th, 2001
Pete Yorn at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta, GA on March 17, 2001. Concert review by James Mann, photos by June Rich.
It’s Your World (Rumal-Gia/TVT). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Movement A, Study 33; Landscape (Sulfur/Beggars Banquet). Review by Terry Eagan.
Various Artists (Six Degrees). Review by drew West.
Anthology (New Noize/Dreamworks). Review by Steve Schwadron.
For the musician’s standpoint, we yield the floor to the compiler of the Ramones tribute album Gabba Gabba Hey, as former Adolescents and current ADZ lead singer Tony Reflex offers his reflections on one of his biggest inspirations.
Rock ‘N’ Roll Party! (Rubric). Review by Anton Warner.
Listening to Kasey Chambers’ debut album, The Captain, it’s not hard to believe that she grew up in the South. The kicker, though, is that her incredibly authentic country music originates from the South of Australia! Sean Slone talks with the gifted young artist about the roots of her music and life in the outback.
Brian Kruger enumerates the things we take for granted today that would not have existed without The Ramones.
Sincerely, Robots (Cool Guy). Review by Marcel Feldmar.