Far From Within (I Eat My Own Vomit). Review by David Lee Beowülf
My Way (Force Inc.). Review by Bill Campbell.
Music for Human Rights (Asterisk). Review by Sean Slone.
Though they get compared to bands as disparate as Devo, the Dillinger Four, X, and Bikini Kill, the St. Paul-based punk rock band the Selby Tigers actually have a sound all their own. Sean Carswell cornered the band while they were stranded in Cocoa Beach on their recent tour, and spoke with Arzu, Dave, and Nathan about their music, third party politics, and movies with dwarves.
Global (Mass Appeal). Review by Bill Campbell.
Drama (Hybris). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Julien Temple’s stylized documentary of Dr. Feelgood, Wilko Johnson, and Canvey Island recalls the days of Pub Rock and the psyche of the East End London working classes.
The third movie in Yoshishige Yoshida’s unofficial trilogy on Japanese radicalism and his most accessible to modern western viewers.
Take note, internet-broadcasting upstarts, the DVD reissues of Glenn O’Brien’s pioneering 1980s shambles of a talk show uncover a whole new level of transcendent slack. On this episode: Jeffrey Lee Pierce!
A Benefit For the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (Glue Factory). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Moon Theory (Ursa Minor). Review by Bill Campbell.
Various Artists (Radical). Review by David Lee Beowulf.