- Archikulture Digest
- September 22, 2019
Four women enlist for the war, and they survive. Sort of.
Many Colored Kite (Ryko Records). Review by Sean Slone.
It Had to Be You (Seyah Records). Review by Robert Sutton.
Jeff Schweers suggests a greater purpose for Sid Griffin’s supposedly unique look at Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue.
CD Review – Sister Hazel – posted by Tim Wardyn on November 15, 2010 12:00
Now online! The collected works of Mannormyth – posted by James Mann on November 15, 2010 07:10
Good: NOLA pulls the plug on spying on residents – posted by James Mann on November 15, 2010 07:08
US says “Fry ’em!” to UN on death penalty – posted by James Mann on November 15, 2010 07:03
A Day to Remember puts on an intense performance for a sold-out venue in Pennsylvania. Kristina Kauffman pushed her way deep into the crowd.
It’s Better If You Don’t Understand (Elektra). Review by Robert Sutton.
CD Review – The Glass (Dance the night away) – posted by Tim Wardyn on November 12, 2010 12:00
Music of Ireland: Welcome to America (Elevation Management). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Civilized Behavior – posted by James Mann on November 11, 2010 08:19
If Phoenix’s debut Orlando performance is any indication of its future, the little French band is finally beginning to see the fruits of its decade-long labor. An enthusiastic sold-out crowd that included Jen Cray greeted the band with open arms.
Shadow Temple (Captured Tracks). Review by Matthew Moyer.
CD Review – Tim Kasher (Cursive frontman goes solo!) – posted by Tim Wardyn on November 10, 2010 13:00
Cashing in on the current classic albums craze, Styx returned to Melbourne, Florida to recreate two best-selling records in one hit-filled evening that had Chris Long enthralled.