Sound Salvation is resurrected with a howlingly good Halloween playlist that will weak the dead at your All Hallow’s Eve bash.
Five Minutes to Live: A Tribute to Johnny Cash (Saustex Records). Review by James Mann.
For Blood and Wine. Review by Matthew Moyer.
Oh My God, Charlie Darwin (Nonesuch). Review by Matthew Moyer.
There’s only one man whose swagger can quiet a crowd of 600,000 people on the cusp of rioting. His name is Leonard Cohen , and once again the poet/musician surfaces from images of the past.
Bell Ord Forrest (Joyful Noise). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Infinite Light (JagJaguwar). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Enemy Mine (Jagjaguwar). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Phosphorescent bathed Jacksonville in a pool of saturated country rock, fairly drenching Matthew Moyer in the glory.
Matthew Moyer believes that this new Lydia Lunch DVD retrospective provides a fine primer for a life well-lived on the fringes of art and expression.
Stranded in Stereo Volumes 9 & 10 (Stranded in Stereo). Review by Tim Wardyn.
The Harlequin EP (Highwheel). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Conspiracy Against Us (Midriff Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Watch The Light Fade (Tarnished Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Spell (Touch & Go). Review by Aaron Shaul.
“If you want to dance, go on and fucking dance!” How could Heather Lorusso resist such an entreaty from Warren Ellis and the Dirty Three?
A dangerously high-quality DVD release of a Bad Seeds gig at Le Transbordeur, Lyon, France, 8th June 2001… Matthew Moyer is transported and somehow manages to get in a review from the other side.
American Supreme (Mute Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Outsight Ambiances Magnetiques And Other Blips Tom “Tearaway” Schulte brings the Outsight faithful an assessment of the Ambiances Magnetique label, perhaps the most tightly compressed country music rundown ever, and a legion of cd reviews from the man who has everything. No seriously, it looks like he’s covered everything.
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