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- Screen Reviews
- February 22, 2018
Paul “HR” Hudson led the band Bad Brains but fell into mental illness. This is the story of his finding the way back.
Impredecible (World Village). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Strategies Against Architecture III (1991-2001) (Mute). Review by Kiran Aditham.
There’s a reason they call it Brit-pop. For the last decade, Blur have been m…
Tom Spanbauer’s In the City of Shy Hunters may tell the tale of a young gay man coming of age during the AIDS epidemic of the ’80s, but Terry Eagan warns that this epic novel should not just be relegated to the "Queer Fiction" ghetto.
Le Tigre (Mr. Lady). Review by Phil Bailey
A re-release of the original 1954 Godzilla film without all the extra fat! Rob Levy squints at the subtitles and declares it improved.
On The Shore (Narnack). Review by James Mann.
Take Them On, On Your Own (Virgin). Review by Aaron Shaul.
If You’re Into It, I’m Out Of It (Digital Hardcore/Grand Royal). Review by Matthew Moyer
Various Artists (Rhino). Review by David Lee Simmons
U.K. act Rumble Strips may have brought the rain, but their neo-ska tunes were all sunshine and big puffy “Clouds.” S D Green slogged through the downpour to catch a glimpse of the surprising source for Charlie Waller‘s big, big voice.
Amy Farris,Anyway,Yep Roc,Sean Slone