July 2003 Archives

Novel - LN

Novel by LN (Review)

LN’s Gary Murray has pushed himself musically and explored a wider range of styles and sounds.
Little Darla Has A Treat For You, Volume 20 - Various Artists

Little Darla Has a Treat for You, Vol. 20: Summer 2003 by Various Artists (Review)

Featuring Freescha, Aarktica, Lowlights, Momus, The California Oranges, Crispy Ambulance, and more.
Little Darla Has A Treat For You, Volume 20 - Various Artists

Urban Comfort EP by Anamude (Review)

There’s something particularly endearing about her music that sets it apart from the rest of the female singer/songwriter group.
Shine, Daniel Lanois

sShine by Daniel Lanois (Review)

The themes that Lanois weaves into his songs are what give Shine its true beauty and character.
Blisscent 2 - Various

Blisscent 2 by Various Artists (Review)

As great as Blisscent Records’ first comp was, this second volume easily surpasses it.
Songs From the Shining Temple - Flaming Fish

Songs From the Shining Temple by Flaming Fire (Review)

Lunatic, moonshine-fueled fun that sounds like it’s from the deepest, scariest depths of Appalachia (and not NYC).
Songs From the Shining Temple - Flaming Fish

Cornerstone 2003: In Closing

Songs From the Shining Temple - Flaming Fish

Cornerstone 2003: Liz’s Diary, July 5

Today’s concerts included Pedro the Lion, Questions In Dialect, and Joy Electric.
Twoism - Boards Of Canada

Twoism by Boards Of Canada (Review)

A great introduction to Boards of Canada for those of a short attention span.
Happy Songs for Happy People - Mogwai

Happy Songs for Happy People by Mogwai (Review)

Mogwai proves they’re still very capable of taking familiar sounds and crafting beautiful, compelling music with them.
Happy Songs for Happy People - Mogwai

Cornerstone 2003: Liz’s Diary, July 4

Today’s concerts included The Violet Burning, Blindside, The Prayer Chain, and Over the Rhine.
Resurrection of the Little Match Girl

Resurrection of the Little Match Girl by Jang Sun-Woo (Review)

It’s clear that the filmmakers’ reach exceeded their grasp here, as the movie literally stumbles over its own excess and ambition.

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