- The Lacking Organization
- October 30, 2020
Supremely independent for going on three decades, Superchunk’s incisive nervous energy is still one of the purest indie highs you can find.
Superman blows his brains out and a sleazy detective tries to cash in on the publicity. At least that’s what Carl F Gauze thought he saw during this muddled film.
Parador (Ella/Not Lame). Review by Sean Slone.
Magpie (Fiction). Review by Sean Slone.
A Thousand Days (Kontext). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Put some south – posted by James Mann on September 18, 2006 07:14
You will sign what we tell you to sign – posted by James Mann on September 18, 2006 07:10
Nothing to see here, move along…schnell! – posted by James Mann on September 18, 2006 06:59
Musings from a desert – posted by James Mann on September 17, 2006 10:44
You Are The One (Treasure Chest). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
All good things come to an end, and bands are no exception — often, it’s a grisly, acrimonious end. Police uber-fan Ian Koss can’t tear his eyes away from drummer Stewart Copeland’s ultimate insider perspective on the rise and fall of one of the most unique bands to come out of the ’70s.
Lightworker (Fearless). Review by Darius Gently.
Incarnation (Hydrology). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Octaves of Light (Radiant Sol). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The Whigs have no affilliation with Greg Dulli’s Afghan Whigs, but Jen Cray found their 90’s Indie Rock nostalgia irresistible anyway.
Five Moons. Review by Kyrby Raine.
Blood Inside (The End). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Rock Star: Supernova Finale – posted by Linda Tate on September 14, 2006 01:10
Electropolis (Innova). Review by Carl F Gauze.
From bludgeoning drone metal to rockin’ human pyramids, Boris and Guitar Wolf brought their heavy artillery to this Tokyo gig. Heather Lorusso has your dispatch from the frontline.
Blowoff (Full Frequency). Review by Ben Varkentine.