Monday, February 18 2002
Cue up “This is How it Ends”, the opening track on the Scooters first full-length, I Can See Your House From Here, and—if you’
Long hailed and praised in its native England for a cacophony of ambient sounds and straightforward rock pop, the youthful trio of South has been
I should probably own up to something up front—The Mendoza Line have been a bit of a pet band for me for practically their
After and absence of nearly five years, Tanya Donelly has returned with her most assured sounding record to date, Beautysleep. In the years since her
Although Irish music has been around for centuries, it wasn’t until the past hundred years or so that its impact was felt in North
While I’ve known about the Chieftains for many years, my interest in traditional Irish music has always been a fleeting one at best. It
Perhaps two of electronica’s more enigmatic composers, Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison rerouted the direction of electronic music in 1998 when their debut LP, Music
Sunday, February 17 2002
The New Pornographers are a pop musical revelation, a breath of fresh spring air blowing in a cloudy, smoky den of alt-numetal grunge-punk. From Vancouver,
Thursday, February 14 2002
I could scarcely believe my eyes when going through the list of upcoming concerts. The Divine Comedy, Neil Hannon’s tribute band to Scott Walker,
Halfway into Agnostic Front’s blistering set, it began to rain. Off-white gobs of something, with the consistency of gravy, dropped from the sky in
Peter Pan is queer. We're all clear on that, right?"
After 'Collateral Damage', you might imagine that most every aggrieved father cliché has been unturned. But no. Here comes 'John Q'.
Predictably, Hart's war ends up being his education, his route to noble manhood.
Unlike the audiences at most movie previews, these folks at 'Crossroads' were amped.
Wednesday, February 13 2002
S E T L I S T AmeliaTake My Heart and Rub itReunited AirlinesBack in Black (snippet)That’s Why I Write Such
Monday, February 11 2002
Thousands of words have been spilled over Johnny Cash, and more have accompanied this new two-disc set, which collects 36 songs from across the first four
Sunday, February 10 2002
The Second Wave of Music from the Extreme A lot of people, the majority young indie-looking types, felt this was a show not to be
Saturday, February 9 2002
S E T L I S T JetpackBitterJoey (Heatherton)(Ex-gay ministry song)MargaretKaren by NightThe Money Shot(I Live like a) FreshmanHeroesLucy at
Friday, February 8 2002
The Triumph of Pure Sound Baaba Maal was supposed to be onstage at 8:00 p.m., and now it’s 8:25, and the crowd is getting as