- Screen Reviews
- August 6, 2020
A darling love story with engaging characters and one of the worst titles ever.
If the LAPD is hassling your punk rock show, move it out into the desert and bus the punks out to party in peace.
Frozen Flowers Curse the Day (Trace Elements Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Prospect of the Deep, Volume One (Indivisible Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
No Sense EP (Fire Talk Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Adventure (Good Charamel Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Anti-Hero (I’m Single Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Cemetery Highrise Slum (Collect Records). Review by Jen Cray.
An expansive and exhaustive behind-the-scenes account of Nirvana’s meteoric rise to fame, and the untimely death of its iconic frontman, Kurt Cobain.
Flutes, leather vests on bare skin, werewolf songs, and kids on stage. It’s not your average recipe for a rock show, but then, as Matthew Moyer points out, Faun Fables is not a rock band.
Good things come to May Terry, who waited through a half-dozen bands before Grass Widow closed out the Panache Northside Showcase in NYC.
Matthew Moyer declares this the best approximation of the Jesus Lizard live experience.
Charles D.J. Deppner talks with Curt Kirkwood about holding the strings of the Meat Puppets together with love, passion, fate, and sheer luck.
Demolished Thoughts (Matador). Review by Chet Barker.
Here Before (Bar None). Review by Jeff Schweers.
Sub Pop melodic noisemakers No Age kicked off a week-long anniversary celebration for one of Orlando’s best concert promoters at one of the town’s coolest little clubs. Jen Cray dropped in to pay her respects.
Public Stain (Jagjaguwar). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Skin Collision Past. Review by Jeff Schweers.