Tag: Luna

Elk City

Elk City

Music Reviews

Everybody’s Insecure (Bar/None). Review by Bob Pomeroy.

Tom Rush

Tom Rush

Music Reviews

Voices ( Appleseed Recordings). Review by James Mann.

Luna

Luna

Music Reviews

A Sentimental Education (Double Feature Records). Review by James Mann.

Frances Ha

Frances Ha

Screen Reviews

Frances wants so much more than she has, but lives her life with unaccountable joy and lightness. From Noah Baumbach’s monochrome melancholy comes a charming comedic tale of passion, pain, hope, and despair that can only happen in New York.

Goodnight Luna

Noise Diaries

Jeff Noise bids an oddly-familiar adieu to Dean Wareham’s band of much-loved indie stalwarts. Even your cynical editor got a lil’ misty over this one.

Tuesday Again

Wednesday Again

It’s been at least a hundred years since any doctor has made a diagnosis of manic-depression or schizophrenia based on the posistion of the moon in the sky (PMS notwithstanding) …. don’t you think after a certain amount of time a term could be changed from it’s archaic use to better reflect the knowledge we as humans have gained?

Celeda

Music Reviews

Free Your Mind (12-inch) (*69). Review by Bill Campbell.

Luna

Music Reviews

Close Cover Before Striking (Jetset). Review by James Mann.

Luna

Music Reviews

Romantica (Jetset). Review by James Mann.

Champale

Music Reviews

Simple Days (Pitch-A-Tent). Review by Marcel Feldmar.

Luna

Music Reviews

Live! (Arena Rock Recording Company). Review by James Mann.

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Features

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Joana Pimenta

Joana Pimenta

Interviews

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