The Sea And The Rhythm (Sub Pop). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Australasia (Hydrahead). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Doing the "American in Britain" bit, our man Matthew Moyer is (re)discovering the joys of subversive British sitcoms, such as the new-to-DVD religious satire Father Ted.
James McMurtry sings about economic struggle, working class woes, and corrupt governments. Jen Cray was not the only Orlando fan who found his Southern Gothic folk rock soothing this holiday season.
Zack Snyder‘s cinematic version of Alan Moore‘s ground breaking graphic novel is about to hit theaters. Moore wants nothing to do with it. S D Green offers a review of the source material that proved a landmark moment in comic book history, and that has many fans divided about the upcoming adaptation.
Tomorrow Waits (Two Sheds). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Why does the Unband rock so hard? That’s what Gail Worley asked singer/guitarist Matt Pierce of the one band that parties so hard that they had to move to New York after being banned from every club in Boston. It’s all about sex, drugs, and rock and roll!
Flogging Molly didn’t give up much for Lent, instead bringing one hell of a happy show to Orlando’s House of Blues.
New Found Glory celebrate 20 years of Pop Punk with a string of sold-out intimate dates at The Social. Jen Cray was there for night two.
The Gay Parade (Bar/None). Review by Jeff Montgomery
Space and Time: A Compendium of The Orange Alabaster Mushroom (Hidden Agenda/Parasol). Review by Matt Cibula.
Interview by James Mann