- Archikulture Digest
- August 24, 2019
Two immigrants take two different career paths in the LA Television business.
An Interlude to the Outermost (Kraak). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Prospering on the backs of the poor – posted by James Mann on January 23, 2008 06:53
39%…too little, too late? – posted by James Mann on January 23, 2008 06:49
Pitchfork writer Scott Plagenhoef has written an appreciation of B&S’s groundbreaking album as part of Continuum Books’ 33 1/3rd series. Andrew Coulon has a few bones to pick.
Cooler by the Lake (Rory Lake Presents). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Dandelion Gum (Graveface). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Now for your Fight Club moment… – posted by James Mann on January 22, 2008 06:53
Montana says no to national ID law – posted by James Mann on January 22, 2008 06:46
Edmonds: FBI covering up nuke theft? – posted by James Mann on January 22, 2008 06:44
Lead singer of Staind, Aaron Lewis, played an intimate acoustic show in Times Square, New York City with the support of Lo-Pro. Mark Fredrickson was there.
Spring a Leak (Matinee). Review by Aaron Shaul.
It’s Not The Eat, It’s The Humidity (Alternative Tentacles Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Let’s Frolic (Redeye). Review by Chris Catania.
The Sweetest Swing In Baseball – posted by Carl Gauze on January 20, 2008 23:45
Editors remind Orlando audiences that it was the UK that birthed their brand of darkly deep indie rock. Jen Cray couldn’t help but wonder if they were ripping off Joy Division, or Interpol’s interpretation of Joy Division.
Chicago quartet, Fall Out Boy, brought their Young Wild Things Tour to Philadelphia, but Brittany Sturges found it rather tame.
Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie is back in the spotlight with his debut solo album. Andrew Ellis finds out why the Scottish singer-songwriter won’t be joining any protest marches anytime soon…
Emerald City (Barsuk Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.