The Toasters, with Step Lively and the Jonny Fives (Fu-Bar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, June 4, 2000). Concert review by Jason Feifer.
Nina Simone (Atlanta Jazz Festival, Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA, May 26, 2000). Concert review by James Mann.
Lee Ann Leach has her own slant on being a good Christian, and she’s not afraid to admit that it doesn’t always agree with the scriptures.
A little bit of hardcore, a little bit of power pop, a little bit of new wave, a little bit of rock and roll, and a little bit of punk – Roi Tamkin caught an eclectic show with Sense Field, the Stereo, and Lift at Atlanta’s Echo Lounge on April 27, 2000.
You never let a lack of equipment stop you from singing in the shower - it sounds so good, and the soap bubbles create a pleasant vibrato. The Toxic Audio crew shower separately, but sound so much better fully clothed and in the round at Civic Theater’s intimate Second Stage.
Nirav Soni reviews a double bill of two of Orlando’s foremost improvisational acts, Beat Science and Numb Right Thumb, on 4/14/2000 at Performance Space Orlando.
drew West takes William S. Burroughs’ Discipline of DE (“do easy”) to the extreme. Here he expounds on his personal doctrine of Selfish Me.
Sean Carswell caught an incredible double bill of energetic punk rock at DIY Records in Orlando on April 21, 2000. Where were you when the Beltones and the Hudson Falcons were tearing the house down?
Despite two years of lineup changes, name changes, record label merry-go-round rides, lawsuits, and more, the Amazing Crowns have remained Royal to the loyal. Julio Diaz catches up with frontman Jason “King” Kendall to get the details.
This 7-song, 14-minute EP “is a CD-R of previously released material and demo…
You’re black metal’s favorite troll, at the head of Norway’s most popular metal act, the legendary Emperor. What happens when you leave the band to make ambient, keyboard-driven instrumental records? Nathan T. Birk delves into the crypt of Mortiis.
Event Review by Julio Diaz
Interview by Julio Diaz
Running With Scissors (Volcano). Review by Julio Diaz
Event Review by Gail Worley
If You Could See My Office (•). Review by Brian Kruger
Dear Enemy, (Hannibal/Rykodisc). Review by Phil Bailey
Crude, Rude, Dude (?). Review by David Lee Beowülf
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