- 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.
Takers and Leavers EP (Park The Van). Review by Jen Cray.
Rock Star: Supernova 9.12.06 – posted by Linda Tate on September 13, 2006 01:31
Various Artists (Fearless). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Hava Nagila (Doron Braunshtein). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Epistemology (Double Plus Good). Review by Carl F Gauze.
As the World Burns, legendary L.A. punk bands tour the country with their original lineups, and give the fans something to get excited about! X and Rollins Band have hit the tour circuit bringing Texas’ Riverboat Gamblers along for the ride. Jen Cray was right down front.
The Smoking Popes remind us of a time when Pop/Punk wasn’t an insult, and bands didn’t have to try so hard to be cool. The recently reunited Chicago band brought their sounds to Orlando and Jen Cray checked in for the fun.
Marshall Presnell steps back and admires both the beauty and utility presented in this photo collection of innovative loft spaces.
Shelton Hull is wowed by the treasure trove of concert and performance footage offered up in the newest volumes of this DVD series. All the greats you’d expect and plenty of surprises, to boot!
Hitting the road – posted by James Mann on September 08, 2006 07:24
Remember when… – posted by James Mann on September 08, 2006 07:21
Beware the Friday dump – posted by James Mann on September 08, 2006 07:02
What’s that moving blur out there on the horizon? It’s Linda Tate chasing the arc of a short story collection that’s led her deep into a literary leftfield.
Human heads dumped in Mexico bar – posted by James Mann on September 07, 2006 07:09
Smackdown – posted by James Mann on September 07, 2006 07:03
Even taking their names away – posted by James Mann on September 07, 2006 06:56
Rock Star: Supernova Results Show 9.6.06 – posted by Linda Tate on September 06, 2006 20:59
My letter to ABC – posted by James Mann on September 06, 2006 17:47
Marshall Presnell finds hidden truths about America on the back of a matchbook. Or, in this case, a handsomely printed volume full of reproductions of the best (and worst) of vintage matchbook art.
Busy busy! – posted by James Mann on September 06, 2006 07:33