- The Lacking Organization
- July 10, 2020
Double Date With Death are loud and Canadian, and they don’t care if you don’t understand their French howling. They have a double date to get to.
Anxiety fraught sexual relations are not just the domain of heterosexuals; EVERY one can have bad dates and rejection.
May Terry enjoyed the Luscious Jackson magic hour of party grooving and bum shaking in a rare concert at New York City’s Webster Hall. Are you ready?
There are adult males who adore “My Little Pony.” This is a weird thing, but do not be judgmental until you see this movie. It’s also weird, but not really any more awkward than Dragon Con. Just…weirder.
Little Feat was one of America’s greatest bands, and Ben Fong-Torres serves them well in Willin’
An arty and eerie horror film fuses western and eastern ideas of vampirism and looks totally cool as well.
A Taste of Christmas: A Holiday Cabaret – posted by Carl Gauze on December 17, 2013 23:13
Christmas Soli (Fantasy). Review by James Mann.
Two bumbling half-brothers run from killer Santas in this lovingly crafted Christmas slasher movie parody.
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever – posted by Carl Gauze on December 15, 2013 01:01
Mourning Birds EP (Independent). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Christmas Songs (Epitaph Records). Review by Carl F Gazue.
All the Labor celebrate the unique – and weird – world of The Gourds. James Mann says “Play it again!”
The Light in the Piazza – posted by Carl Gauze on December 09, 2013 21:51
Life, Love & Hope (Frontiers Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Lot o’ Shakespeare – posted by Carl Gauze on December 07, 2013 13:26
Old 97’s & Waylon Jennings (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Three Doctor Whos unite to battle Zygons in a vast time conundrum centered on the Tower of London. It’s an action packed movie infused with traces of Star Wars, Dune, and any other Sci Fi franchise worth its hyper-salt.
Todd Snider and Elizabeth Cook give their home the Cheech and Chong touch in East Nashville Tonight.
Rudimental frees the crowd and brings the love pumped with high energy drum and bass breakbeats, with a touch of ’70s retro-soul, to the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY where May Terry grooves on.