- Music Reviews
- July 19, 2019
Interstate 13 (Dead End Exit Records/Black Lodge Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Hiding Out reads like the clever New Yorker Magazine single-caption cartoon strips played out to their most poignant conclusions. S D Green delights in their mixture of the petty and profound. So should you.
If you’re anything like your average email recipient, you’re probably receiving at least as much spam in your inbox these days as legitimate email. Spam Kings is a look at the people who have devoted their lives to bringing you this important public service. Who are the most prolific spammers? Who are their friends? Who are their enemies? Can we hire professionals to take them out, or do we have to do it ourselves? Good questions all. Darius Gently probes for some answers.
Chairy Girl rips his words straight from the screen so you can stare… and cringe… ouch. The wonders of email never cease.
Can Chairy Girl survive a broadside of obsessive melodramatics? Stay
Chairy girl gives us heartrending monolgue, the waning trickle of a stream of consciousness, in Maketh Me Swoon.
Columns offers a firm welcome handshake to Chairy Girl, mastermind behind Maketh Me Swoon. In this episode, we see the awkward dumping spiel, awkwardly delivered via email. This is gonna be good.