- Archikulture Digest
- January 26, 2020
A long night’s journey in the Restoration
Vertical Composition :: Hey, that’s not funny… :: Wednesday, October 24th, 2001
In Perspective :: A Flood of Fela :: Tuesday, October 23rd, 2001
Flash Fictions :: Bouncy, Bouncy :: Tuesday, October 23rd, 2001
Bitter Suites to Succubi (Spitfire). Review by Matthew Moyer.
No longer a knight who says "nee!," Carl F. Gauze instead has a few words to say about the anniversary director’s cut edition of the comedy classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail. But is that African or European?
Party Time 2002 (Groovilicious). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Sonic Excess in its Purest Form (Spitfire). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Revolution Revolucion (Roadrunner). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
The Drive (Cargo). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Matt Cibula digs into the new DVD of the celebrated film Memento, in which nothing is what it seems. Plus a guy gets a lot of gnarly tattoos.
Ill Gotten Gains (Beggars Banquet). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Hit singles can be a double-edged sword, especially when the single in question represents a departure for the band. Case in point, The Verve Pipe, who had trouble finding radio airplay after graduating from their ubiquitous hit single, "The Freshman." Singer Brian Van Der Ark relates the hard lessons of the music biz to Gail Worley.
A side of jazz ignored by Ken Burns’ documentary is explored in Philip Freeman’s new book, New York is Now!: The New Wave of Free Jazz. But is the book any more valid a document of jazz than Burns’ film was? Bob Pomeroy has the answers.
God Hates Us All (American). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Iceberg Defect :: Iceberg Defect In Da House :: Sunday, October 21st, 2001
Inconvenience Store :: MUSIC REVIEW: Reid Paley. Revival :: Saturday, October 20th, 2001
Structures From Silence (Projekt). Review by Dave Aftandilian.
I Blame the Scenery (Better Looking). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Ghost of Things to Come (FreeFalls). Review by Terry Eagan.