Wednesday, April 16 2003
Apple O’ is a wonderful album by a band that’s created an entirely unique noise out of old Shaggs LP’s and the San Francisco fog.
With the great power at their disposal, they choose not to take over the world but help to destroy the greater evils around them and are prepared to sacrifice their own lives without a second thought.
He is essentially doing what Alan Moore has done so well in the past: reinterpreting timeless stories and mining them for new and interesting insight.
Norrie has struck out on her own as a writer, telling an true-to-life story about relationships and how they fall apart.
Having run afoul of the weather for some time, I was overdue for the high-octane Rock Show this past week. Those of you resident in the metropolises and hep college towns invariably have one friend who's a rock critic and know that this creature is perpetually broke (without insurance). Thus the healing balm of a shrieking wall of guitars is just about this poor soul's -- meaning I -- last and best hope for remedy.
Tuesday, April 15 2003