Issue of

Nov 19-25, 2009

Vol. 17, No. 6





  • Sticking Points

    The ideas at Nectar in downtown Moscow are good, but the execution and service are dicey

    By Leah Sottile


  • Bitter Roots

    Hillyard’s metal marauders have a new record in the works

    By Jon Brown

  • Labor Love

    Sometimes even seasoned rockers like Doug Martsch get creatively fatigued

    By Alan Sculley

  • TV DJ

    Lounge music for the Robot Chicken generation

    By Chris Dreyer

  • "Swords," Morrissey

    And for that, Swords gives us exactly what we’ve come to expect: agonizingly introspective, histrionic Sturm und Drang.

    By Jeff Echert

  • "Xenophanes," Omar Rodriguez-Lopez

    The latest from the Mars Volta's Rodriguez-Lop is still littered with wonderfully characteristic weirdness, but it’s still good — even easy — to crack open.

    By Chris Dreyer


Inner Workings @ Chase Gallery

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