March 2002 Archives
The Hour of Bewilderbeast by Badly Drawn Boy (Review)Badly Drawn Boy seems to look for any excuse to break the conventional song set-up.
The Bride with White Hair by Ronny Yu (Review)This visually striking martial arts fantasy is ultimately about the consequences of putting individual desires before all else.
Hotel Lives by Simon Joyner (Review)A collection of stark, regretful vignettes of longing, loneliness, broken dreams, and haunting memories.
Laughing All the While by Echo Orbiter (Review)Echo Orbiter have made a good record that uses a lot of old tricks, but in relatively new ways.
Late Night/Early Morning EP by Esthelle (Review)A nice EP offering 3 quite different tracks.
The Future That Used To Be by Mark Protus (Review)Mark Protus goes from hard rock to country without flinching.
Oar by Skip Spence (Review)Oar is a spectacular achievement of truth and beauty, an example of raw emotion reduced to its purest form.
Donnie Darko by Richard Kelly (Review)There’s no question that Donnie Darko is an ambitious film, and at times, almost too ambitious.