Thursday, July 18 2002
The we-love-'50s-giant bug-movies homage by Independence Day and Godzilla makers.
Undertakes yet another examination of the restraints of orthodox Western religion.
It's near-endlessly entertaining to watch him handle the crocodiles.
Wednesday, July 17 2002
Most reviews of tribute albums start with something about how tributes are a dicey proposition, and how the best tributes capture the spirit of the
“This is rock and roll recorded poorly, played in a hurry, with sweaty hands and unsure reasons. How it sounds, what it says, who played
The phrase “Swedish pop” has been known to confuse more than a few casual music fans. For most, the first artist to leap to mind
Penniless has this sort of graph on their website of the bands reviewers most often name when searching for comparisons. Though I have visited many
For Philadelphia brothers Dave and Serge Bielanko, the cornerstones behind roots rock group Marah, a change of pace, scenery and attitude was definitely in the
Urgent and exciting, Electric Sweat by The Mooney Suzuki is not for the passive listener. With 10 noisy and racing songs, the album gets blood pumping
Ray Kane is one of the few guitarists who can thank fish for his music. At one time, the art of Hawaiian slack key guitar
S E T L I S T Fuckin’ in the BushesHelloThe Hindu TimesHung in a Bad PlaceGo Let It OutColumbiaMorning GloryStop Crying Your
S E T L I S T [2 July 2002][Ah, The Rocky Theme . . .]Friday Night GodsFloat AwayThe CatfishermanLeavingSoulPoint BreezeDreamingCrying on an AirplanePeople of the
It’s been over a year since the official release of Lift to Experience’s debut album, but most people hardly know they exist. I,
Elf Power “Standard Elephant 6 fare” is how I heard one person describe the line-up of last Monday’s show at the Middle East in Cambridge,
In my review of Jucifer’s recent New York appearance, I remarked that I had found the band’s recorded work underwhelming, but their concert
S E T L I S T MisunderstoodGoodAllison FoleyRollingLive AgainExtra OrdinaryKing of New OrleansRosealiaAt the Stars/On FireWaxing or WaningThis Time of YearLifetimeDesperately
MTV's 'The Real World' has become a mainline for cultural propagation. The archetype of the 'reality tv' genre, this weekly, pretend-documentary consolidates, edits, and cannibalizes culture.
The novel treats a subject of current political debate: our President's peculiar enthusiasm for turning many of our social obligations over to 'faith based' philanthropic organizations.
He scourges the catacombs of literature and prose, and presents you with a glittering selection of informative gems.
According to Fukuyama, this Pandora's box can still be shut, but only if we marshal the appropriate scientific and political forces and legislate our way to a safer tomorrow.