Friday, February 22 2002
Putting the “and” Back In “Rock and Roll” If you’re not thinking about it like we critics constantly force ourselves to do, you might
Thursday, February 21 2002
One thing you should know about Rufus Wainwright: he’s absolutely devastating live. He’s no stranger to studio technique, as his albums will attest,
Late in Queen of the Damned, Aaliyah makes her grand entrance. As Akasha, the “queen of all who are damned” to eternal night and grueling
In 'Queen of the Damned', there's something more than a little obvious about the vampire Lestat as goth rock superstar.
Belief is a big deal in 'Dragonfly', the latest entry in 2002's February Film Dump Sweepstakes.
Tuesday, February 19 2002
S E T L I S T 1. Grey Gardens2. Greek Song3. Rebel Prince4. California5. The Consort6. Evil Angel7. In a Graveyard8. La Complainte
Peaking during the big-hair, light-metal days of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Concrete Blonde stood alongside The Cure and Siouxsie and the Banshees as
“Literary magazines . . . are on the front line - where discoveries are made, new visions birthed . . . Our goal is to get people to read again, to
Monday, February 18 2002
You need only flip through the booklet to The Long Winters’ debut, The Worst You Can Do Is Harm, to realize that this is far from your normal pop release.
It’s a difficult album, despite its warm and friendly feel, and it doesn’t stand a chance in seven hells of yielding anything remotely resembling a hit.
Vanderslice Celebrates DIY Spirit, But Band Can Play Their Instruments John Vanderslice is a charismatic musician, and one energetic, blonde cutey of a front man.
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Not shying away from statements about its own music and agendas, V for Vendetta’s political and philosophical statements may sometimes be a bit subtle
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