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- Screen Reviews
- March 4, 2021
A pair of Japanese takes on The Invisible Man make their first appearance in the U.S.
Interview by Ian Koss
One Funky World (Syl Cat). Review by Bill Campbell.
So much for all men being created equal. In his excellent new book, Snobbery: The American Version, Joseph Epstein examines the need for us to look up while looking down. Eric J. Iannelli gives the book the once-over.
Kenny Siegal has a distinctive voice and writing style, one he carries with h…
The Swimming Hour (Rykodisc). Review by James Mann.
The Distance Between Us (Knitting Factory). Review by Matthew Moyer
BQE Overdrive (Self-Released). Review by James Greene Jr..
Elm Street (Badman). Review by Terry Eagan.
It’s not often I have the pleasure of listening to an album that sounds origi…
Review by drew West
Touring with the original lineup for the first time in 14 years, indie rock’s underrated heroes Sebadoh strolled into a soldout room at Orlando’s The Social. Nothing could derail Jen Cray from not only witnessing this event, but talking with the band that helped create the soundtrack to her teenage years.
Your Friendly Neighborhood spider-Man returns with more feats of daring do.