!!! by !!! (Review)
!!! may just be the world’s first post-punk funk group.
Virtuality by Scott Mosher (Review)
The album never becomes as compelling as it tries so hard to be, regardless of what you file it under.
Taking Care of You (Bliss Out, Volume 10) by Junior Varsity KM (Review)
Even though it’s electronic, there’s a very personal and innocent quality to the music that should match any indie-pop fan’s liking.
Concert Review: Pedro the Lion, Seldom, The Elevator Division, Son, Ambulance (September 8, 2001, Lawrence, KS)
The Wild Bunch by Sam Peckinpah (Review)
It’s that age-old argument; is it the world’s violence that corrupts man, or does man’s violence corrupt the world?
Serpents for Eggs by S.S. Bountyhunter (Review)
I love the fact that it’s Christians putting this stuff out, that it’s Christians who are pushing the envelope of what’s acceptable.
Non-Fi Is the Best Fi by Fi (Review)
A fresh sound that captures interest with beautiful songwriting and lush instrumentation.
Heller in Pink Tights by George Cukor (Review)
The cast was an excellent choice, and set the tone for the 1960s, which became an incredible decade for westerns.
Concert Review: Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, The Pinetop Seven (August 13, 2001, Lincoln, NE)
Concert Review: Radiohead, Kid Koala, The Beta Band (August 1, 2001, Chicago, IL)
Concert Review: The Faint, Bright Eyes, Cursive (August 17, 2001, Omaha, NE)
The Faint are a rock band, first and foremost, and it’s obvious they love playing their music in front of a crowd.