Articles tagged not enough time to read

	The Allman Brothers Band: Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival - July 3 & 5, 1970

With all due respect to the Grateful Dead, no American band has embodied the spirit of live jamming more than the Allman Brothers. Led by

READ more
A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

While providing tremendous insight into the history of science and the study of the world at large, Bryson's most interesting observations lie in his fascinating description of said scientists and their peculiarities and obsessions.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

A Secret Burial by Penelope Sell

Growing up, Elise soon realizes, is as much about the turning of the clock as it is about circumstance. Dead mother or not, 15 is still 15.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Girls in 3-B / In a Lonely Place / Skyscraper

Pulp's classic 'femme fatale' is Clytemnestra in Chanel no. 5, all temptation, castration and, in her inevitable defeat, the eventual restoration of masculine order.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

Diary by Chuck Palahniuk

What's transpiring is equal parts incisive satire and artistic shell game from an audacious writer whose weakness is his emotional detachment from his characters and situations. Getting involved would not violate the rules of satire, although it might fly in the face of postmodern 'cool.'"

READ more
Death Metal Music: The Passion and Politics of a Subculture by Natalie J. Purcell

The book might serve certain mainstream minds in opening them up to the legitimate vitality of this underground scene, and it might help to de-demonize some 'extreme' music.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

Mystic River (2003)

While the film doesn't elucidate Jimmy's own violent past, it is clear that he hasn't had misgivings until now.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

Kill Bill Vol. 1 (2003)

This is a movie about bodies, about what hurts them on screen and in viewing spaces.

READ more

9 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

In This World (2002)

Attempting to put a human face on the refugee crisis, Winterbottom puts a premium on legibility.

READ more
Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

The Coen brothers' latest venture is a rat-a-tat romantic comedy of the Preston Sturges persuasion, at least for its first hour or so.

READ more
	Ike Turner: Blues Kingpins

By the time that Ike Turner met and transformed young Anna Mae Bullock into Tina Turner, he had already had a lengthy career on the

READ more
	Shelby Lynne: Identity Crisis

One pick-up chord on acoustic guitar, and then Shelby Lynne‘s voice: “I can’t be here anymore / Just want it to be over”, a

READ more
	Glossary: How We Handle Our Midnights

It’s always a dubious thing to assert that a band has “the feel” of a particular locale. There are always more cultural elements in

READ more

8 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

Whether today's babies are clinging to a skinny, malnourished hip, or being wheeled about in a plush, triple stroller, come the time they reach working age -- should they reach working age -- they might well outnumber the souls of the dead and the posts they've vacated.

READ more
Frank Sinatra: Sinatra Sings Cole Porter / Sinatra Sings Gershwin

Sinatra’s warm and sultry version of Porter’s classic 1930s hit “Night and Day” is one of those can’t-live-withouts.

READ more

7 Oct 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Saturday Looks Good to Me: All Our Summer Songs

I’ve been waiting far too long for a record like this. The kind of album that streams sunshine in from a stereo, the kind

READ more
	The Handsome Family: Singing Bones

Rennie and Brett Sparks are the oddest and most bizarre couple in alt.country or old-time country circles today. And god bless them for it!

READ more
	Her Space Holiday: The Young Machines

While listening to The Young Machines, it’s almost impossible to picture San Franciscan Mark Bianchi fronting his former hardcore band. His lyrical confessionals are

READ more

7 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

Photo credit: Sebastian Ludvigsen S E T    L I S T Wipe It ‘Til It BleedsSelfdestructo BustBack to Dungaree HighTurbonegro Must Be DestroyedSell

READ more

7 Oct 2003 // 1:00 AM

One of the greatest injustices in music, in my opinion, is the cult of the lead singer. They get all the glory, display the most

READ more
More Recent Articles
//Mixed media
//Blogs

Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

READ the article