- Screen Reviews
- July 9, 2020
Newly restored, this British dream horror has never looked better.
Dude, The Obscure (Normaltown Records). Review by James Mann.
A few our editor saved from falling thru the cracks of 2017.
Saul Conrad may be more coffee house than dive bar, but his Poison Packet is still worth pouring into your musical drink.
Get your crazy font on, with Andy Miller’s collection of wall-ready poster art inspired by indie rock music.
Yuck (Fat Possum Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Nick Drake’s third and final album is one of the most heart-wrenching in musical history, Linda Tate finds out why and how it’s inspired some of today’s influential artists.
In Our Nature (Mute). Review by Jen Cray.
Brit-pop smash Starsailor is working on a foothold in America. Chris Catania sat down with James Walsh to find out about breaking in a new country, Bright Eyes and why American crowds giggle during “Alcoholic.”
Lock-Sport-Krock (Burning Heart). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
And Flows into the Sea (Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Poor Boy: Songs of Nick Drake (Songlines Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Volume 2 (Independent). Review by James Mann.
Damn! Mates of State and Rainer Maria together! What more can an indie geek (like Rob Walsh) ask for?
Volume Five (Parasol). Review by Troy Jewell.
Ordinary Time (Megaforce). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Creek Drank the Cradle (Sub Pop). Review by Terry Eagan.
What Does Good Luck Bring? (In Music We Trust). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Original Soundtrack (Hollywood). Review by Steve Stav.
Electric Pocket Radio (Ultimatum). Review by Julio Diaz.