- Archikulture Digest
- September 27, 2020
Shawn Kilgore presents a caberet on line from Winter Park Playhouse.
Legendary proto-grunge nihilists in “having fun” shock! Scott Adams wouldn’t have believed it either. The proof is in the pudding with this archival release of vintage Flipper concerts.
Witchcult Today (Candlelight Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Hundred Sights of Koenji (Skin Graft). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Navigating the Bronze (Alternative Tentacles). Review by Jen Cray.
Foo Fighters ensured a buzz-worthy concert event when they brought along Jimmy Eat World and Against Me! for an evening of big rock in Orlando. Jen Cray was not about to miss this unforgettable night.
What began as a side project for Pantera members Phillip Anselmo and Rex Brown has since become a supergroup within the metal world. Down brought their metal alumni to Orlando, and Jen Cray got herself an invite.
A Raining Sun of Light and Love, For You and You and You (Tee Pee Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Glory Bound (Cement Shoes). Review by Jen Cray.
After a decade of bad feelings, Max Cavalera and his brother Igor reunited onstage and performed some Sepultura classics, thus whetting death metal fans’ already-rabid appetite worldwide for the reunion they said would never happen. Jen Cray spoke with Max in the midst of a tour with his current project, Soulfly to inquire about such possibilities.
Wolfmother (Interscope). Review by Michael Crown.
Life The Curse (Victory). Review by Jen Cray.
Classic Seventies Rock-inspired Wolfmother prove that Australia isn’t just about vegemite and koala bears. Jen Cray soaks in the sounds from down under.
The Monkees’ Uncle (AntAcidAudio). Review by Matthew Moyer.
V (Southern Lord Records ). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Mothers, Teachers, Destroyers (Southern Lord Records ). Review by Matthew Moyer.
James Mann finds that even he thinks his musical soundtrack to 2005 was weird.