erasing clouds

table of contents | july 2002

interviews and features

Music for the Gene-Splice Generation: An Interview with DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid by dave heaton

A Genius' Words of Wisdom and Hope: Interview with Jad Fair by anna battista

Musical adventures at the Arezzo Wave Love Festival (including Kabul Workshop, Los de Abajo, Sonic Youth, I Am Kloot, Michael Franti, Faithless, Rinrse and Kosheen interviews) by anna battista

Righteous Vibes: The Music of Yume Bitsu (an interview with Adam Forkner) by dave heaton

Of Jedi Knights and Princesses. Of DJs and Writers: Interview with Jemma Kennedy by anna battista

Ramblings From the Halfway to Hollywood Film Festival, Kansas City by jerry salisbury

about film

Discovering Life in Lost Avenues: The Films of John Carpenter by dan heaton

Movie Reviews: About a Boy, Bandits, Big Trouble, Changing Lanes, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, Death to Smoochy, Frailty, High Crimes, Insomnia, Life as a House, Minority Report, Murder By Numbers, No Man's Land, O, Panic Room, Scooby-Doo, Spider-Man, Star Wars - Episode II: Attack of The Clones, The Sum of All Fears, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, Windtalkers by jerry salisbury

Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones reviewed by dan heaton

Gangster No. 1 reviewed by dave heaton

about music

Sonic Youth, Murray Street reviewed by dave heaton

Damon and Naomi with Kurihara, Song to the Siren reviewed by dave heaton

Universal Love: The music of The Impossible Shapes and Chris Barth reviewed by dave heaton

TonyDoug's CD Reviews: Tangelo, Would-Be-Goods by tonydoug wright

Have Your Cake, and Listen to It, Too music critique by matthew webber

Ozzy's Not the Antichrist essay by matthew webber

Volumizer, Gaga for Gigi reviewed by jonathan dirksen

Deep Dark United, Zettel, Fools! reviewed by dave heaton

Tom Waits, Blood Money, Alice reviewed by dave heaton

She Was Just Seventeen: Avril Levigne Plays Pixie Pop music critique by matthew webber

Hey Linda Perry, What's Going On? essay by matthew webber

Pop Corn: Five Hit Songs You Might Hear on the Radio satire by matthew webber

Guided by Voices, Universal Truths and Cycles reviewed by dave heaton

Crispy Ambulance, Scissorgun reviewed by dave heaton

Durst Deconstructed Or, I Thought So Hard My Bizkit Went Limp essay by matthew webber

21 Reviews of Music: Afrika Aware, Aspects of Physics, Beat Happening, Hudson Bell, Belle and Sebastian, Blackeyes, Brando, Callow, Cornershop, The Creeping Nobodies, The Decemberists, DJ Ordeal, DJ Shadow, Eltro, Nik Freitas, Fuzzy Boombox v. 1, Goner, Japancakes, Faith Kleppinger, The Liberty Ship, Me & My Ship by dave heaton, ryan mckee, jonathan dirksen, scott homewood

20 More Reviews of Music: Melodie Group, Mid-State Orange, Miles, Shelley Miller, Moonbabies, Mus, No. 2, Noise for Pretend, Orange Cake Mix, People Under the Stairs, Pipas, Randwiches, Resplandor, The Sames, Simpatico, Valendar, The Windmills, X-ecutioners, Young and Sexy, Zipperspy by dave heaton, scott homewood

about other things

Book Review [Skywalking by Jemma Kennedy] by anna battista

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