of god and science (Detach Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Never Ender (No Idea). Review by Brian Kruger.
Using the blog format as a literary device is an innovative gambit, and Ian Koss is suitably impressed with the results in Jim Munroe’s new novel. This also answers the question about what to do when you’re young and you’ve got a winning occult ritual/performance art piece – go on tour with indie bands!
C.B.H. (Radical). Review by David Lee Beowülf
First Recordings (Fat Possum). Review by James Mann.
Would the human race be better off without the urge to procreate — or at least, to get busy? That’s the theme explored in Michel Houellebecq’s latest novel, The Elementary Particles. Terry Eagan explores the novel and its core philosophy.
Singer of the world’s fattest Misfits tribute band talks to James Greene between chews. An interview with Misfats lead singer Glenn Hamzinger.
Emo alternative rock. Full guitars, ripping the speakers. The vocals hard and…
00 Void (Hydra Head). Review by Mitchell Foy.
Let the Good Times Roll (Rounder Records). Review by James Mann.
Various Artists (The Music Cartel). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
Downbeat Critics’ Choice (Telarc). Review by Bill Campbell.