- Screen Reviews
- February 24, 2021
A day in the life a French woman as she invents electronica and rescues France from boring rock and roll.
The mysterious Orville Peck is a modern cowboy marvel, a rare and legendary masked man with a dusty guitar and a lonesome coyote howl.
Remember You (Edgeout Records/UME). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Twistable, Turnable Man: A Musical Tribute to Shel Silverstein (Sugar Hill Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Infinite Arms (Columbia). Review by Sean Slone.
Shame, Shame (Anti-). Review by Sean Slone.
Dark Was the Night (Red Hot Organization). Review by Tim Wardyn.
First-time author and rock-concert veteran Steve Weinberger has written perhaps the funniest overview of the mosh-pit population ever. Like a mad scientist, Weinberger categorizes and analyzes every species of concertgoer in No Air Guitar Allowed, painting them with deft satirical strokes and a surprisingly empathetic eye. Ink 19 and Weinberger discuss how he spent years of his life illustrating the differences between KISS and indie-rock fans.
I’m Not There: Original Soundtrack (Sony Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Million Lifetimes (Girlfight). Review by Jen Cray.
Nothin’ No (Secretly Canadian). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Second Guessing (Amish). Review by Aaron Shaul.
The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band (Big Dipper). Review by Aaron Shaul.
It Still Moves (ATO). Review by Aaron Shaul.
For a brief while, James Mann puts the old 78s down and clues us in on those few things he liked in 2003 that weren’t around in 2002.
Youth & Young Manhood (RCA). Review by Sean Slone.
Always a master of doing-it-later, Ian Koss highlights his procrastination prowess with this roundup of records that didn’t quite get reviewed in their proper time frame.
Volume 17 (Darla). Review by Ian Koss.