- 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.
Carl F. Gauze brings you the true story of one man’s subversive fight for truth, justice, and a hand-written apology from a telemarketer.
Humpty Dumpty LSD (Latino Buggerveil). Review by James Mann.
Hijack The World (Devil Doll). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
In an extensive chat with Dave Aftandilian, the "guitarist of a thousand sounds" reveals the secrets behind his new album, In Search of the Fantastic, and explains why "prog" is not a dirty word.
Chuck Bantam has got a little piece of advice for old Mother Earth. Just a small, simple request.
Carl F. Gauze will give you Pac-Man Fever all over again, as he takes you back to the arcade games of your youth with a look at the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator.
Radar (Dim Mak). Review by Stein Haukland.
Lamb, with Kid Kenobi at Enmore in Sydney, Australia on April 16, 2002. Concert review by Dan Stapleton.
What It Is to Burn (Drive-Thru). Review by Margie Libling.
Le Funk (ON!). Review by Lips Fresno.
Music From the Original Television Soundtrack (Decca / Universal Classics). Review by Joe Frietze.
In Perspective :: Detroit Box City :: Wednesday, June 26th, 2002
Pain (MCA). Review by Bill Campbell.
Triptych (Rubric). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The blues had a baby, and Art Tipaldi wrote a book about it. James Mann looks at the Children of the Blues.
Frantic (Virgin). Review by Sean Slone.
Secret Machines EP (Ace Fu). Review by Kurt Channing.
Absolutely (Higher Octave). Review by Brian Kruger.
Dark’s Corner :: Walkabout (Intermission: The Voices) – June 26th, 2002 :: Tuesday, June 25th, 2002