Via Satellite (Blue Elan Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Time Wants A Skeleton (INOS Recording Co.). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Music From the Television Series (Hollywood). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
Chairy Girl emerges after months on a secret undercover mission, staggering, wounded, muttering over and over, “Livejournals are the death of everything sacred.” Here’s what we could piece together from her report.
Chuck Bantam looks around fifteen years later and wonders exactly where did it all go wrong? Maybe when you were young and strong…. I apologize.
Chuck Bantam takes a look at people who ask him why everyone else doesn’t like them, which, paradoxically, only makes him hate them more.
It’s easy to justify playing cruel tricks when you’re delivering a well-deserved comeuppance. Carl F. Gauze tells how he got even with a carpool mooch.
Chairy girl gives us heartrending monolgue, the waning trickle of a stream of consciousness, in Maketh Me Swoon.
Be careful of answering the phone, warns Lee Ann Leach…
A face from the past, complete with all of the echoes and dangers that come with certain types of people. Plus, a guide to customers, strangers, and friends.
Friends, Lies, and the End of the World (Victory). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Lee Ann Leach is thankful for palmetto bugs, bubble machines, go-carts, and obscene phone calls, but most of all, for her friends.