- Archikulture Digest
- October 15, 2021
A classic horror tale ends up some place weird.
Bang Messiah (Smog Veil). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Afro Funk Explosion! (Manifesto). Review by Scott Adams.
For its fourth year the Pitchfork Music Festival proves to Chris Catania, and about 20,000 fans, that it can deliver the goods as well as the big guys.
Skeleton (Mute). Review by Carl F Gauze
Chris Catania gets cozy in a fishy alley with Tim Fite, who isn’t Gallagher and doesn’t wear stretch pants.
Despite being sunkissed by Spiritualized and bum rushed by Public Enemy, Chris Catania is distinctly underwhelmed by this year’s Pitchfork Festival.
Brian Colman’s book gives the inside scoop on 36 classic hip-hop albums, all from the mouths of the artists who created them. Lori Bartlett thinks it’s about time.
The Anatomy of Grit-Hop (Defamation League). Review by Chris Catania.
Radio JXL: A Broadcast From The Computer Hell Cabin (Koch). Review by Varkentine GSPJ.
Fine Arts Militia (Slam Jamz/Koch). Review by Bill Campbell.
Boston B-Boy Mr. Lif gives the lowdown on 9/11, the five greatest hip-hop albums, and the state of the world with Bill Campbell.
Revolverlution (Koch). Review by Rob Walsh.
Government Music (Groove Attack). Review by Bill Campbell.
Stay Human (Six Degrees). Review by Julio Diaz.
Event Review by S. Kern