- The Lacking Organization
- July 10, 2020
Double Date With Death are loud and Canadian, and they don’t care if you don’t understand their French howling. They have a double date to get to.
Wild Billy Childish at the 12 Bar Club in London, UK on March 10, 2002; and Buff Medways at the Dirty Water Club in London, UK on March 29, 2002. Concerts review by Matthew Moyer. Photos by Heather Lorusso.
Music Inspired by Franz Kafka (Somnimage). Review by Dave Aftandilian.
Let Your Shadow Out (Animal World). Review by Edie Nguyen.
Elva (Interscope). Review by Stein Haukland.
The Alan Lomax Collection (Rounder). Review by Bill Campbell.
Believe It, Mammals (Lovitt). Review by Henry ,"Hank" McCoy.
Free to Do What? (Mint). Review by Matt Cibula.
The Remixes (Carpark). Review by Christopher R. Weingarten.
Halfway Tref (Motown). Review by Bill Campbell.
Bob Pomeroy reviews Tim Dorsey’s novel, Triggerfish Twist, fitting the books insane anti-hero, Serge, into the larger pantheon of Florida-fiction insane anti-heroes, AND even discusses Michael Moore. Whew!
Director Sam Raimi brings the Marvel Comics hero who "does whatever a spider can" to the big screen for the first time. Can he swing from a thread? Take a look at Ben Varkentine’s review to find out!
Rain and Mud and Wild and Green (Big Fat). Review by Stein Haukland.
Regulate The Chemicals (Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Sing The Beatles (Chesky). Review by Bill Campbell.
Moon Theory (Ursa Minor). Review by Bill Campbell.
Stolen Lives (Jasiri / Subverse). Review by Bill Campbell.
Radio 7 (Trashbox). Review by Stein Haukland.
Almost Ambient Collection Vol. 1 (Invisible). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Who needs Star Wars’s CGI when you can experience the real thing — in IMAX 3-D? Steve Stav takes a look at director Toni Meyers’ mind-blowing documentary.