- Archikulture Digest
- June 17, 2019
Do stock brokers deserve love? It doesn’t matter; they get what they want anyway.
Translation (Foreverything Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Exploration (New West). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Strike Anywhere plus Bane… the perfect combination of hardcore and politi-punk for Jen Cray to shake out the frustrations of a long week to.
Tossing away your vote – posted by James Mann on October 26, 2006 07:21
Loving v. Virginia needed again – posted by James Mann on October 26, 2006 07:16
Page Hamilton, frontman of the seminal metal/hardcore outfit Helmet spent some phone time talking with Jen Cray about label execs who piss him off, bands you may be surprised that he likes, and how all he really wants to do is make music.
If you don’t vote, this guy wins – posted by James Mann on October 25, 2006 07:24
In case ya forgot: Rush is an ass – posted by James Mann on October 25, 2006 07:08
No more cocaine at 7-11 – posted by James Mann on October 25, 2006 06:53
The frontman of a hugely popular rock band is found dead by a shotgun wound. Sound familiar? It’s also the beginning of rock writer James Greer’s elliptical new novel. And, as Sheila Scoville finds out, any resemblance to actual events or people is entirely purposeful.
Ever heard of Aberdeen City or The Blue Van? Neither had Jen Cray, but if her predictions are correct, you soon will.
Pulled over much? – posted by James Mann on October 24, 2006 12:44
Entomology (Domino). Review by Rob Levy.
Yo Prez: You don’t even lie well – posted by James Mann on October 24, 2006 07:05
Troops to Congress: Bring Us Home – posted by James Mann on October 24, 2006 06:57
Hackers hit Chicago vote database – posted by James Mann on October 24, 2006 06:48
Ska was pronounced dead over a decade ago, yet the tours go on and the crowds keep coming. For The English Beat‘s current refusal to fade, Dave Wakeling and crew brought along a couple surprise UK ska legends- Lynval Golding of The Specials, and The Selecter’s Pauline Black. Jen Cray saturated herself in the ska sounds of yesterday’s England.
Calm In The Storm (Self-released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Street Drum Corps (Warcon). Review by Jen Cray.
First World Fever (GSL). Review by Aaron Shaul.