- Archikulture Digest
- October 26, 2020
Static songs from a dynamic performer fill the house at this minimalist cabaret.
The Second Album (Wicked Cool Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Listening to the Music (Last Roundup Records). Review by James Mann.
The extremely productive Messer Chups hails from St. Petersburg, Russia, and is currently going through some very heavy surf.
Lee Min-Jae breathes new life via comedy into the zombie genre.
To Be Surrounded By Beautiful, Curious, Breathing, Laughing Flesh Is Enough. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Living On Mercy (Last Music Company). Review by James Mann.
Little Idols (Jordan Lehning/Tone Tree Music). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Tanya Donelly and the Parkington Sisters (American Laundromat). Review by May Terry.
I spent my pandemic “vacation” taking online courses and playing with TicTok. Veteran musicians the Mekons and Yo La Tengo spent their time making music.
Soul survivor Eddie Floyd (“Knock on Wood,” “634-5789,” “Big Bird”) writes a memoir detailing his life in music.
It’s been 45 years since Chrissie Hynde initially hit her stride with the Pretenders, and she hasn’t slowed down for anybody since.
Long-running Austin institution the Saxon Pub is in danger of closing due to the explosive growth in rent and cost of living of the once-sleepy college town of Austin, Texas.
Mike Hodges ’80s thriller is back from movie purgatory in this Blu-ray release.
Tonight’s No Good for Me (6131 Records). Review by Scott Adams.
The sad, rancorous end of The Beatles is compelling told in And In The End.
Matt Sharp and The Rentals have always attracted a stellar cast of musicians to help them assemble their popsong symphonies.
The Fifth Dimension lets Jeffrey Schweers travel up, up and away in a new Wax On!
Akashic Books series of geographically-based collections of crime stories lands in Tampa Bay. The fifteen stories in Tampa Bay Noir are a gritty tour of the regions dark side.
Billy Martin’s drumming makes me think of oxymorons like “precisely sloppy” and “intensely casual” and “red hot chill out”.
The Delta Sweete (UMC). Review by James Mann.