November 2004 Archives
A Grand RedesignThe thought of trying to mesh my creative ideas with another’s personality was intriguing.
Can Halo 2 still be a Halo game when it’s missing the Master Chief? (Review)It seems odd to take a nearly iconic figure like the Master Chief, and do anything that might diminish him.
You Say “Ovenstuff’d,” I Say “Runza”Best. Fast Food. Ever.
Up in Flames by Manitoba (Review)If there’s a heaven, I hope that this is the soundtrack.
The Autumns by The Autumns (Review)The Autumns truly exist in their own frost-laden, wintry wonderland, one that is far beyond the confines of today’s current indie clime.
Homesongs by Adem (Review)A sense of warmth and comfort pervades every song on this album.
Winchester Cathedral by Clinic (Review)Even longtime Clinic fans may find this more of the same.
Tales From the Oxygen Den by Various Artists (Review)Tales From the Oxygen Den is a pretty solid comp, and is quite inline with the label’s stated goal of respecting the past.
Voirshn by lovesliescrushing (Review)No matter how abstract or surreal, how noisy and harsh, how processed and glitchy their sound becomes, there’s always a heart beating at its core.
The English Cold by July Skies (Review)The English Cold might still be one of the lushest albums you hear all year.
Heart Drops From the Great Space by Delicate Awol (Review)The thing I like most about this release is that it keeps me guessing.