Concert Review: Rosie Thomas & Denison Witmer (June 22, 2002, Omaha, NE)
Amazing how unassuming songs like those of Denison Witmer and Rosie Thomas can manage to push the whole world away.
Stenorette by Amp (Review)
AMP has indeed changed their sound, and not managed to totally disappoint in doing it.
Perception (Bliss Out, Volume 4) by Amp (Review)
Perception’s strength lies in the fact that it takes seemingly unrelated sound sources and combines them into glorious music.
Spriggan by Hirotsugu Kawasaki (Review)
Enter Spriggan, the Commando of the anime world, with an Indiana Jones twist.
A Sun Came by Sufjan Stevens (Review)
Indoor Universe by Paula Frazer (Review)
This is Saint Etienne doing what they do best: writing breathless, effortless pop songs populated with stories of heartache and longing.
Concert Review: Garbage (May 9, 2002, Chicago, IL)
At the Garbage concert at the Riviera, it was Butch Vig who was the last to leave after the band’s first set and its encore.
Finally We Are No One by Múm (Review)
Throughout Finally We Are No One, Múm never lets you forget that live, starry-eyed, wonder-filled humans are behind the music.
Young Team by Mogwai (Review)
What Mogwai do really, really well is conjure a sense of euphoric aggression.
Spooky by Lush (Review)
Lush always focused more on the ‘pop’ side of the ‘dreampop’ equation.