Tag: Dischord

In My Eyes: Photographs 1982-1997

In My Eyes: Photographs 1982-1997

Print Reviews

Jim Saah documented the D.C. hardcore scene with training from a high school photography class, capturing energy and excitement with a natural sense of technique and art.

Coriky

Coriky

Music Reviews

Coriky (Dischord). Review by Scott Adams.

Lydia Lunch’s Retrovirus

Lydia Lunch’s Retrovirus

Event Reviews

Lydia Lunch’s Retrovirus brings a bunch of No Wave scalawags to Orlando for an evening of wry smiles, potty mouth commentary, and tattoo licking. Steven Garnett reports from the pit of Will’s Pub.

Interpol

Event Reviews

The guys of Interpol look and sound great in concert, but remind Jen Cray of a bunch of Ken dolls when onstage.

Tone

Music Reviews

Ambient Metals (Dischord). Review by Stein Haukland.

Rufio

Music Reviews

Rufio EP (Nitro Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Label Launch

Print Reviews

Is DIY dead? No, it’s just a bit more convoluted. In Label Launch, Veronika Kalmar attempts to demystify the process of putting out your own record. Rob Walsh has a look.

Lungfish

Music Reviews

Necrophones (Dischord). Review by Jason Rockhill.

Faraquet

Music Reviews

The View From This Tower (Dischord). Review by Jason Rockhill.

Fugazi

Music Reviews

Instrument (Dischord). Review by Keith Mercer

Fugazi

Music Reviews

Instrument (Dischord). Review by Tom Minarchick

Fugazi

Music Reviews

End Hits (Dischord). Review by Keith Mercer

Fugazi

Music Reviews

End Hits (Dischord). Review by T.J. Stankus

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Dark Water

Dark Water

Screen Reviews

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The Shootist

The Shootist

Screen Reviews

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HEALTH

HEALTH

Event Reviews

HEALTH continue their mission to make everyone love each other, bringing their RAT-BASED WARFARE TOUR to the Mile High City, where Steven Cruse gets to be a very lucky middle-aged industrial fanboy.