Friday, March 07, 2014

March Reviews

Scene from Anne Émond's Nuit #1
These are the 
reviews and 
other pieces
I'm working 
on this 

Line Out: Stone Jack Jones's Third Album, Ancestor, Is a Haunting, Mesmerizing Piece of Work, Animator-Musician Chad VanGaalen Raids the Vaults to Illustrate New Vid-
, Guto Pryce of Super Furry Animals Forms New Band, Releases Single, and Preps Full-Length Debut, They Got Him on the Run: Alien Boy Documents the Short Life of a Portland Music Figure, The Ghetto Ghouls Have Loudness in Their DNA, Eleven Minutes of Guitar Bliss from Wyrd Visions, A Look at London Quintet Polar Bear's Latest Experimental-Jazz-Pop-Dance Conglomeration, Bluesman Gary Clark Jr. Joins Soul Singer Cody ChesnuTT for a Somewhat Unexpected Collaboration, "Last Summer" (Featuring Kevin Shields) Exemplifies Composer Brian Reitzell's Maximal Approach to Minimalism, Director Bill Morrison and Composer Bill Frisell Remember The Great Flood of 1927, Switzerland's Confusingly Named Klaus Johann Grobe Is a Duo (and Their New Song Is Terrific), Helium's Unstoppable Mary Timony Has a New Band and a New Video (Co-Starring Ian Svenonius), East Coast Guitar Bands Woods and the War on Drugs Make New Fans by Re- fining Their Strengths, and Ass-Kicking Atlanta Trio the Coat- hangers Win Over the Seattle Crowd at Friday's Sold-Out Show.  

Line Out/Slog Music post count: 521 posts since 2011.  


SIFFBlog: Vic + Flo Saw a Bear and Enemy.

Video Librarian: 400 Miles to Freedom, Danchi No Yume - Dreams of the Projects, From Nothing, Something - A Docu-
mentary About the Creative Process, Melvin & Jean - An Amer-
ican Story, Muscle Shoals, Romeo Romeo, Running for Jim, Sis-
ter - An Intimate Portrait of a Global Crisis, Young Lakota, Girl Rising, Miss You Can Do It, Nuit #1, Pussy Riot - A Punk Prayer.

Endnote: Image from K Films Amerique/Adopt Films.  

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