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- Screen Reviews
- February 15, 2018
Punk heroes unite to give a rowdy look at the classic L.A.M.F. album 40 years down the road.
Steep Trails (Bieler Bros Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Rolling Stones tour of America in 1969, and its disastrous climax at Altamont, forever changed rock and roll — and America. Ethan Russell was there, camera in hand. Forty years later he spills. James Mann says it’s only rock and roll… but he likes it.
emo,post-punk,Burns Out Bright,Distance and Darkness,Deep Elm,Daniel Mitchell
Various Artists (Naked Music / Astralwerks). Review by Bill Campbell.
What if Tom Cruise could have starred opposite Yul Brynner in a music-stripped, slightly rewritten version of The King and I, with Akira Kurosawa as choreographer? Our man in the Far East, Steve Stav, might have the answer.
Interview by Julio Diaz
Viewpoint (Murmur Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Sounds take a night off from their opening stint on No Doubt’s big tour to seduce an excited Orlando audience, Jen Cray among them.
The Lyricist Lounge Tour, featuring Mos Def, Punch And Words, the Outsidaz, Master Fu’ol, Nature, Ali Vegas, and MC Spontaneous, at the House of Blues in Orlando, FL on September 23, 2000. Event review by Nirav Soni.
A post-grunge double header, with Foo Fighters and Weezer. Jen Cray is awed.
Fragile (Hypertension Music). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Bright Outside (Self-released). Review by Chris Catania.