The Passion of the Christ – Review

March 7, 2005

If you love violence and are curious about how many times Jesus can topple over, bleed profusely, and be savagely crushed under his cross, rent this.

The Dresden Dolls – Review

February 14, 2005

Amanda Palmer and Brian Viglione twist out thick, sometimes jazzy, sometimes waltzing, syncopated and minor-key music, redolent of pantomime and German cabaret.

Rural Electric – Review

December 6, 2004

Calling itself fuzz-folk, Rural Electric uses megaphone-style distortion and minor-key harmonies to evoke a wistful place where we lean up against our memories.

Ad Frank – A Lotta Devotion – Review

August 9, 2004

Mix Blondie with John Mayer, hop on a bike and chew some gum. Funky with a heartbroken voice and ’80s hooks: Somewhere between folk, rock, and Talking Heads.

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