- Archikulture Digest
- September 25, 2021
A meditation on death, English literature and cancer.
To Everyone In All The World: A Celebration of Pete Seeger (Appleseed Productions). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Everybody’s Talkin’: A Tribute to Fred Neil (Y&T). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The Trick Is To Breathe (Prima). Review by James Mann.
A documentary following the collapse and rebirth of the private records shop in the UK. Carl Gauze feels a bit misty.
Shamen Noodles / Smell The Busk. Review by James Mann.
Poetry of the Dead (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.
A new book shows a good part of why the late singer/songwriter was so much more than “The token daughter and the token wife” she ironically declared herself in song. It’s not as good as a new Kirsty album, but what would be? Ben Varkentine’s got a personal stake in this one.
Born Innocent (Persevere). Review by Sean Slone.
Tell Balgeary, Balgury is Dead (Lookout!). Review by Stein Haukland.
From Howlin’ Wolf to the Small Faces to Billy Bragg. One man has made the Hammond B-3 hoot and holler with all three — Steve Stav introduces us to the many faces of Ian McLagan.
Dropkick Murphys’ bassist Ken Casey talks with Rob Walsh about nearly eight years of giving a voice to the man on the street.
Athens icon Vic Chesnutt discusses his brilliant new CD, Silver Lake, with devoted fan Steve Stav.
The Promise (GarCorps ). Review by James Mann.
I Am Not Job (WTLL Records Distribution). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Australian folk-pop trio The Waifs are working hard to get their charming and honest music heard in the rest of the world. Stein Haukland catches up with singer / guitarist Donna Simpson at the start of the band’s US tour.
Paul Kelly at the Crocodile Café in Seattle, WA on March 20, 2002. Concert review by Steve Stav.
Discount’s very last shows ever! With the Mercury Program on August 18, 2000, at the Heritage Center in Vero Beach, FL, and with True North on August 19, 2000, at the Market Street CafŽ. The end of an era documented in words and pictures by Andrew Chadwick.
Event Review by Brent Dey
Reaching to the Converted (Rhino). Review by Brent Dey