May 2004 Archives
Restless Night by Julianna Raye (Review)These are haunting ballads that conjure up smoky, rundown LA nightclubs you only see in David Lynch films.
Summer Make Good by Múm (Review)Even with the album’s obvious flaws, Summer Make Good is certainly no reason to write off or dismiss Múm.
Joe Maynard’s Favourites by Poor Rich Ones (Review)Unfortunately, the band’s music doesn’t always live up to the promise in Hut’s voice, though thankfully it succeeds 90% of the time.
Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator by Helen Stickler (Review)There were times when I wanted Stokedto slow down a bit and dig a little deeper — especially when it came to Rogowski’sconversion.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Robert Mulligan (Review)Watching this movie, I felt a great deal of sadness.
Your New Boundaries by Clairvoyants (Review)A must-hear for any fan of dreamy, lazy day music.
A Man for All Seasons by Fred Zinnemann (Review)More finally confronting his accusers in the courtroom is as great a final showdown as you’ll ever see.
A Man Who Went To Mars by Jeong-Kwon Kim (Review)With a longer running time, perhaps something more substantial might have taken place.
Start a People by Black Moth Super Rainbow (Review)Blissful-yet-bittersweet psychedelic music that is bound to conjure up some childhood memories.