• Black Mountain

    Black Mountain

    In the Future (Jagjaguwar). Review by S D Green.

  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

    Julian Schnabel directs this true story of a successful French magazine editor, Jean-Dominque Bauby, who was struck with a paralyzing condition that leaves the afflicted with all his mental faculties, but unable to talk or move. Through the use of one good eye, a brilliant therapist, and patient transcriptionist, Bauby was able to create the book upon which the film is based. S D Green is suitably awed.

  • Dreaming of Gwen Stefani

    Dreaming of Gwen Stefani

    What is in a name? Well, Mortimer Taylor Coleridge, Professor Fillmore Skinny, and Bertrand Fuddle suggest oddly mannered eccentrics contrived to knee-jerk the reader into a fantastical parallel world where it’s all evolutionary biology, hot dogs and Gwen Stefani. S D Green explores whether or not it’s a world worth visiting.

  • Dälek

    Dälek

    Deadverse Massive Vol 1: Dälek Rarities 1999 — 2006 (Hydra Head Records). Review by S D Green.

  • Hiding Out

    Hiding Out

    Hiding Out reads like the clever New Yorker Magazine single-caption cartoon strips played out to their most poignant conclusions. S D Green delights in their mixture of the petty and profound. So should you.

  • Grand National

    Grand National

    A Drink and a Quick Decision (Recall Records). Review by S D Green.

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