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Features

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 52 - Due to an editorial error this feature is running about a month late. That said, there are plenty of notable late-summer and autumn releases to round up for September.
[09.22.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 51 - After taking a much-needed break upon delivering the 50th installment back in May, the monthly hip-hop roundup resumes with cuts from San Franciso, the UK, and the El-P.
[07.15.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

LITERATURE

 » 33 1/3: Illmatic - Matthew Gasteier's entry into the mostly excellent and informative 33 1/3 book series tackles the Holy Grail of hip-hop, Nas's 1994 debut, Illmatic.
[07.09.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Micmacs - French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet has made a career out of playfulness. His oeuvre consists of visual spectacles that childishly and beautifully grapple with universal themes of love, death, and redemption, all the while remaining hyper-aware that they exist within the medium of film.
[07.08.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 50 - Yeah, you read that right. The big five-oh. What a trip it has been. This month we check out, some stuff that sounds like a 1990s Too Short record, an adolescent boy's violent and brutal wet dream, and Madlib's latest Beat Konducta joint.
[05.13.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 49 - Whether you're in NYC or Berlin, this week's weather has probably been amazingly refreshing. This month our resident beat column touches on some new spring hip-hop, some good and some bad, but not so much that you can't jet outside for some fresh air after reading.
[04.09.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 48 - Snow might be on the ground, but with the NCAA basketball tournament just around the corner spring is in the air. This month our resident hip-hop column checks in on cuts from new and established artists, including the album that Kanye West has been trying to make.
[03.11.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 47 - Though downy stadium jackets abound, hip-hop generally takes the month of January off to enjoy chilled Cristal and regroup for the coming year. With 2009 in the can, our resident urban musicologist followed suit, but now returns to kick off this glorious new decade of beats and rhymes.
[02.04.2010 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 46 - The fall has been busy, giving us plenty of new hip-hop to report on for December. This month there are several new mixtapes of note, a new Wu-Tang remix project, a few real snoozers, and a couple of projects for DJ Quickie Mart. Get the full scoop inside.
[12.07.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Red Cliff - Flaming arrows, gunpowder and catapulting bombs? Check. Hand-to-hand combat? Check. Ridiculous swordfights, extreme horseback riding, and biological warfare? Check. This massive historical epic from John Woo has great parts, but it all adds up to a lackluster sum.
[11.24.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 45 - Guilty Simpson is all over this month's edition of our regular hip-hop roundup, but there are also leads on top-shelf work from a Russian/Jamaican duo, a Pete Rock tribute from a DOOM collaborator, a modern-day P-Funk, some heavier stuff, some lighter stuff, some syrupy slow jams.
[11.06.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 44 - Fall is settling in, the leaves are turning and records are spinning. This month Glaciers swings through Florida for some top-shelf flow, hits the way-back machine with East Coast veterans, and even drops a Seinfeld reference.
[10.09.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 43 - September has rolled around, and that mean's school is back in session. This month our regular hip-hop roundup makes a short check in with flow educators from foggy Northern California, soggy Seattle, the requisite East Coast powerhouses, and even a bona fide Fullbright scholar.
[09.11.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Big Fan - Directed Robert D. Siegel, writer of the gritty 2008 hit The Wrestler, and starring comedian Patton Oswalt, this new film, opening today, is a marvelous, funny, depressing, and sometimes frightening looking at obsession, loneliness, and the weird world of intense sports fandom.
[08.28.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Baader Meinhof Complex - Director Uli Edel's film, set for a New York release next month, is a fast-paced and unsentimental look back at 1970s West Germany and the activities of the RAF, a domestic terrorist group made up of idealistic, angry, and often callous young people who believe that words must be backed by action and violence.
[08.17.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 42 - Glaciers made a West Coast to East Coast relocation recently, so not much time for words this month, gotta beat the heat and stay out of the rain. Of note for the July/August transition is the passing of Baatin, new joints from Muldrow & Perkins, and a blast from the past with... Us3?
[08.04.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 41 - When he's not holed up in the kitchen, covered in flower, making birthday cakes for America, Jonah Flicker spends his early July like he does every other month: listening to hip-hop. This time around Glaciers touches on Curtis Mayfield, Deerhoof, Hatebreed, and the best and worst cuts inbetween.
[07.10.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 40 - Having taken a month off for May, the regular LAS hip-hop roundup returns for June with the scoop on a host of new jams, from Georgia Anne Muldrow's post-Stones Throw forray to the hottest new MC out of London. Thrown in for fun are references to David Hasselhof, Hall and Oates, Billy Idol, and Shia LeBeouf.
[06.05.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 39 - The skies are clearing, the temperature is warming, the birds are chirping, and the beats are flowing. This month we've got references to everyone from Neptunes and Timbaland to Unwritten Law and Sugar Ray. Yeah, really, Sugar Ray.
[04.10.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 38 - Winter is pretty much over, so its time to run through some of the best, worst, and most Ninja Tune-y cuts of the pre-spring season. We've got checks on Raekwon, Lil' Wayne, Q-Tip, and the artist formerly known as MF Doom.
[03.10.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 37 - It's been a few months, but Glaciers is back. This time of year is notoriously slow period for album releases, but there are still a few notable drops to warm up the winter. First up, some releases I missed back in November, then on to new beats for 2009.
[02.16.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Vicky Cristina Barcelona - Although considered by many to be somewhat of a return to form for the celebrated New Yorker, this naughty Euro comedy failed to secure Woody Allen his 15th writing nomination at this year's Academy Awards. The film stars Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson, along with a small but strong supporting cast.
[02.16.2009 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 36 - It's the holiday season, and to spit in the face of the season of excess, I'm keeping this month's Glaciers short. That's right, a big middle finger to consumerism. Now, I'm off to get one of those discounted HDTV's…
[12.03.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Wu - The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan, director Gerald K. Barclay's inside-the-circle look at one of the most influential music collectives of all time, will premiere on BET network tonight and be released on DVD next week.
[11.13.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Hell Ride - The quality of director and co-star Larry Bishop's film, screened at last year's Sundance Festival and given a limited theatrical release in August before being released to DVD by Dimension Extreme last week, is just a slim step above straight-to-video.
[11.05.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 35 - With October being the banner month for releases, the November edition of Glaciers takes a moment to look back on a few missed items from early fall while giving a heads up on some weak efforts for November.
[11.03.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

TELEVISION

 » Long Way Down - Aired earlier this fall and now available as a three-disc DVD set, this 10-episode reality series follows actor Ewan McGregor and his travel partner Charley Boorman on a motorcycle trip from Scotland to South Africa.
[10.29.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Kiss of the Spider Woman - Director Hector Babenco's dialogue and emotion-heavy 1985 independent classic, released on DVD this week, is anchored by an Oscar-winning performance from William Hurt that is both touching and intelligent.
[10.24.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Stuck - Director Stuart Gordon's film, created for THINKfilm from a story he himself wrote and given limited theatrical release this summer, was released to DVD last week. Based on one of the most brutally spectacular headline-grabbing crimes of the decade, the film is taut, cringe-inducing, engaging, and horrifying.
[10.20.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Chaplin - Directed by Sir Richard Attenborough, this 1992 biopic of the comedic icon, starring the recently resurrected Robert Downey Jr. and released this week in a 15th Anniversary edition DVD by Lionsgate Home Entertainment, suffers a bit with its paint-by-the-numbers biographical construction.
[10.15.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Mother of Tears - Released in North America through the Dimension Extreme imprint and directed by Dario Argento, edited by Claudio Argento, and starring Asia Argento, this graphic Italian B-movie horror film is truly a family affair.
[10.07.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 34 - Only in our monthly hip-hop roundup will you find the lovable Muppets, the right-wing shock pundit Bill O'Reilly, and the attention-starved pseudo-diva Simon Cowell name-checked in the same article.
[10.01.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 33 - After backtracking a bit on a busy August, LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker dishes out the September installment of his monthly hip-hop survey of news and notables, name-checking Gary Numan, a bunch of dudes from Jedi Mind Tricks, and a guy with a Canadian website address.
[09.02.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Power of Song, The - Directed by Jim Brown and released to DVD last week, this 93-minute documentary film tells the story of folk icon Peet Seeger's life through various talking heads, including the Dixie Chicks, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Joan Baez, Seeger himself, and his children and grandchildren.
[08.13.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 32 - For the August installment of his monthly hip-hop survey of news and notables, LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker revisits some sleepers from July before proceeding to name-check everything from Cuba Gooding, Jr. to Iron Maiden to the Bush Administration.
[08.04.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » The Deal - Released to DVD tomorrow, this HBO Films production examines the secret pact said to have been made between former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and current PM Gordon Brown "which anchored them at the center of the British government for more than a decade."
[07.28.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Contempt - Enjoying another resurgence, director Jean-Luc Godard's cinematic classic, starring Brigitte Bardot and Jack Palance, is showing in theaters again. Jonah Flicker revisits the 1963 film, restored to a new 35mm print and touring the US this summer, including a run at the Nuart Theater in Los Angeles this week.
[07.11.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 31 - With summer blasting full scale, LAS hip-hop resident Jonah Flicker feels the heat in Los Angeles, where the music has been mostly fire… with some ice thrown in just for good measure. An early summer listening guide notes the high points for July.
[07.01.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Encounters at the End of the World - Another idiosyncratic and exceptional statement from one of contemporary cinema's greatest directors, Werner Herzog's new feature film, centered on Antarctica, fuels his approach to life as a "chain of catastrophes." The film had its premiere at New York's Film Forum earlier this month and will begin a theatrical run on Friday.
[06.26.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea - Directed by Chris Metzler and Jeff Springer, narrated by John Waters, and soundtracked by Friends of Dean Martinez, this unique documentary recounts the catastrophic past, details the forlorn present, and looks to the uncertain future of one of America's truly weird places.
[06.19.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » The Red Violin - Along with Jean-Jacques Beineix's Diva, director Francois Girard's film, about the history of a cursed violin, is one of the first editions from Lionsgate Films' Meridian Collection of reissues. The period-jumping piece, which features a remarkably subdued Samuel L. Jackson, overcomes many of its faults thanks to John Corigliano's Oscar-winning score.
[06.16.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Diva - Directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix and well known for its cinematography and chase sequence, this early entry into the French Cinema du Look movement of the 1980s has been remastered for widescreen DVD release as part of Lionsgate Films' new Meridian Collection series of reissues.
[06.10.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Control - Released to DVD last week as part of The Weinstein Company's Miriam Collection, this award-winning 2007 biopic, directed by acclaimed photographer and video director Anton Corbijn, documents the short but influential life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis.
[06.09.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 30 - With summer finally cracking open LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker takes a stroll through a list of artists, some notable and some forgettable, with recent and upcoming releases, touching on new collaborations, shaky solo careers, and more than a few rhymes from the Pacific Northwest.
[06.03.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Grace Is Gone - Having won the Audience Award for Drama at its 2007 Sundance Film Festival premiere, this James C. Strouse film, starring John Cusack in an understated but powerful role as a widower, slipped under the radar of many moviegoers during its limited theatrical release. Released to DVD this week, the film is worth another look for its untraditional take on the costs of war.
[05.30.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Diary of the Dead / Night of the Living Dead - Having revolutionized the horror film industry with his now classic debut, legendary director George Romero is still working the zombie angle four decades later (albeit with mixed results). His most recent film, available on DVD May 20th, proved to be the perfect opportunity to re-release his 1968 masterwork.
[05.19.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Teeth - Directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein, this horror-comedy film gives an ancient male fear the modern slasher treatment while arming its virginal female heroine with a power that the average male is powerless against.
[05.09.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » I'm Not There - Released yesterday to DVD, director Todd Haynes' Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated Bob Dylan biopic, with its ensemble cast of Marcus Carl Franklin, Ben Whishaw, Heath Ledger, Christian Bale, Richard Gere, and Cate Blanchett, was truly one of the best films of 2007.
[05.07.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 29 - From Los Angeles to London to Des Moines, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker rounds up the freshest beats for the month of May, this time around name-checking everyone from Michael Jackson to Tony Danza.
[05.05.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » The Fall of the Roman Empire - The enormous set pieces, vast backgrounds, exotic locations, thousands of extras, and intimate dramatic moments all make director Anthony Mann's 1964 film, being released to DVD on Tuesday via The Weinstein Company's Miriam Collection, a masterpiece of its time.
[04.25.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » John, Paul, Tom & Ringo - In April of 1975 talk show host Tom Snyder conducted the last TV interview with John Lennon, who would be murdered in 1980 after a five-year hiatus from public life. That interview, as well as Snyder's discussions with the McCartneys, Ringo Starr, and several journalists, comprise a new 2xDVD set that may sound dry but is actually fascinating and worth a look.
[04.18.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

MUSIC

 » Hip Hop Time Capsule: 1994 - Fourteen years ago music saw was what some have called "Hip-Hop's Last Great Year." Nas dropped Illmatic, the Wu Tang Clan were paramount, Snoop was the D-O-Double-G, and Notorious B.I.G. was still alive. This collection of films, which includes music videos as well as extras like the mini-doc The More Things Change by LaMar Stephens, takes a look back at the genre in 1994.
[04.15.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Flawless - Michael Radford, a documentary filmmaker turned period-piece dramatist, directs a resurgent Demi Moore and a dependable Michael Caine in a diamond heist film that requires a little patience and some suspension of disbelief, but is ultimately worth the effort.
[04.09.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 28 - Taking a break from his gardening and leisurely strolls through the park, LAS hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker checks in with his monthly roundup, giving April props to a couple of relatively unknowns, dropping links to download WNYU's Halftime Show anniversary, and quoting Biz Markie.
[04.02.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Chapter 27 - Having been touted as a potentially iconic film with buzz and awards at film festivals from Switzerland to Sundance, writer and director Jarrett Schaefer's debut feature, starring Jared Leto, feels unfocused and pointless in its structure and execution and is ultimately disappointing.
[03.26.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » 13: Game of Death - LAS senior staff writer and gore fanatic Jonah Flicker sums up this Chookiat Sakveerakul-directed film, released tomorrow as the latest title for The Weinstein Company's genre DVD label, as "more Asian horror, but this one is pretty good."
[03.17.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 27 - In his monthly roundup of the comings and goings in hip-hop releases, LAS senior staff writer Jonah Flicker sounds off on what's going down in March. This month Glaciers touches on Del the Funky Homosapien's slow-roasting Def Jux debut, the evolution of Pete Rock's solo return, a slept-on joint from The Away Team, and more.
[03.06.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Automaton Transfusion - Director Steven C. Miller's film, touted as "the Holy Grail of true independent horror films" and released direct to DVD next week, is, as LAS gore and guts expert Jonah Flicker puts it, an embarrassment to the entire zombie movie genre.
[02.28.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Dedication - Released to DVD yesterday, Justin Theroux's directorial debut is, yes, a romantic comedy. Tomorrow is Hallmark Day, after all. But the film, which follows the grouchy-to-lovable transformation of a children's book writer and a pinch-illustrator in generally predictable fashion, does manage to narrowly escape a completely Garden State level of annoyingness.
[02.13.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 26 - Having wrapped December and January into one big two-year anniversary column, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker is back in the saddle with the highs and lows of beats and verse for February. This month Glaciers sounds off on Mike Ladd's move to Def Jux, the third Hi-Teknology collection, a handful of notable Joes, and more.
[02.08.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » El Cid - Directed by Anthony Mann, this 1961 vehicle for pre-NRA gun messiah Charlton Heston and mid-century heartthrob Sofia Loren was re-released today by the Weinstein brothers as part of their "Miriam Collection" of "restored and re-released classics, contemporary classics and notable foreign films" on DVD.
[01.29.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

TELEVISION

 » Discovery Channel Documentaries - LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker takes a look at two new Discovery Channel DVDs - Secrets of Egypt's Lost Queen and Super Comet: After the Impact - and finds that there's nothing wrong with a little glitz and gloss to convey technical concepts in lay terms, so long as such icing is applied by filmmakers with talent to do the job right.
[01.17.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Smiley Face - The latest worthwhile entry into the stoner movie genre and the ninth feature film from director Greg Araki, this potential diasaster proves itself a reasonable vehicle for Scary Movie alum Anna Farris, has the undisputed best Carrot Top appearance in a movie ever, and lewd conduct from The Office's John Krasinksi. It's also out on DVD today.
[01.08.2008 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Halloween - If Christmas isn't quite your bag, why not back up your holiday calendar a couple of months? Earlier this week the Rob Zombie-directed "reimagining" of John Carpenter's classic horror flick was released as a two-disc set featuring an unrated director's cut with optional commentary from the thrash metal star turned director.
[12.20.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

MUSIC

 » McCartney Years - Sir Paul McCartney recently teamed up with Rhino's DVD division to issue a three-disc collection of videos, live performance footage, and a documentary film that combine to offer a complete look at the Knight of England's post-Beatles career, and the set is certainly worth checking out.
[12.20.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 25 - From his vantage point in sunny Southern California, LAS hip-hop guru Jonah Flicker delivers the Second Anniversary installment of his monthly what's-hot-and-what's-not roundup, this time covering the relatively slow months of December and January in one swoop.
[12.07.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Who's Your Caddy - Director Don Michael Paul uses a quick wit and a loose touch that pairs fart jokes and crotch shots with honest and sensitive racial topics to great ends, although, admittedly, the serious parts don't work as well as the slapstick.
[12.06.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Midnight Eagle - Released in time for the biggest meat-carving holiday in the US, this Izuru Narushima-directed film adaptation of the apocalyptic novel by acclaimed writer Tetsuo Takashima is "the first Japanese mountain film to be done in almost 50 years," and it is also kind of a mess.
[12.03.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Redacted - In a film that is very Michael Moore in spite of not being a "documentary," director Brian De Palma revisits some of the themes from his Vietnam-era masterstroke Casualties of War while captaining an experimental digital ride through the confusing vortex where motion pictures, mainstream media, and YouTube meet.
[11.28.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Sicko - While this highly-anticipated piece of docutainment focusing on the US healthcare system tanked at the box office this summer in comparison to Fahrenheit 9/11, the film's DVD release, out this week, gives it another shot (even if it's still tough to watch Michael Moore parade around Cuba like a self-styled Pied Piper).
[11.08.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 24 - There's no Damu the Fudgemunk this time around, but Method Man, Rob Sonic, Snoop Dogg, Insane Clown Posse, and even some dude named Dilly Dally, from Maine weird-folkers Cerberus Shoal, make appearances in Jonah Flicker's monthly hip-hop roundup for October.
[11.06.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » American Gangster - While Marc Levin's documentary Mr. Untouchable detailed the life and times of real-life 1970s Harlem drug lord Nicky Barnes, director Ridley Scott's new epic, starring Denzel Washington and Russel Crowe, focuses on fellow 1970s Harlem drug lord Frank Lucas.
[11.02.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Caligula - Directed by Tinto Brass (credited) and Bob Guccione (uncredited), the 1979 film version of Gore Vidal's book is opulent, incorrigible, gory, explicit, and ultimately mad, excessive, and kind of cheesy. It's also now available as a three-disc set containing two versions of the film.
[10.31.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Mr. Untouchable - Like a real-life version of Scarface, Goodfellas, or Carlito's Way, Marc Levin's new documentary on the dealings of 1970s New York heroin kingpin Nicky Barnes, hits hard but is entertaining the whole way through.
[10.30.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Buried Alive - The plot goes something like this: A bunch of sexed up teens (and one nerd!) head up to a cabin in the desert for a weekend of drugs and partying. But there's a hidden secret in this cabin, something having to do with buried treasure and a living corpse of someone who was buried alive in some gold mining scam...
[10.25.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Black Sheep - Directed by Jonathan King, this Dimension Extreme release is one part zombie movie, one part werewolf flick, and eight parts schlocky horror-comedy drive-in fare. That amounts to ten reasons to see this film, which is now available on DVD.
[10.15.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » History of DJ Krush - Considered a hip-hop pioneer throughout the world and never content to remain within the confines of typical boom-bap, Japan's heavyweight DJ export's constant blending with genres like jazz and electronic music have made him a truly unique voice in rap music.
[10.10.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 23 - Not only has it slowly been eating away at the edges of pop and even country music, hip-hop is also the original genre to be down with badd grammah and the only genre where an artist can call themselves Damu the Fudgemunk and get away with it. Jonah Flicker's monthly roundup for October.
[10.03.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » 1408 - Swedish director Mikael Hafstrom can now be forgiven for his last film, the terrible Clive Owen vehicle Derailed. Not that his second English language feature is so spectacular. His Stephen King adaptation is, however, a competent entry into the horror genre, specifically the haunted house niche.
[10.01.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Rise of the Silver Surfer - Some critics seem to think that any film with a Marvel logo at the beginning is part and parcel of the decay of contemporary cinema, but senior LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker disagrees, pointing out that many modern-day films based on comic books are actually quite good.
[09.27.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Death Proof - Having been paired together in theaters with Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror, iconic director Quentin Tarantino's contribution to the Grindhouse double bill has now been released in an uncut, unrated, 2xDVD special edition.
[09.24.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » 51 Birch Street - Doug Block's documentary for the HBO/Cinemax brand's film imprint is an intensely intimate first-person exploration of his own family in the aftermath of his mother's death. The film, released on DVD this past August, had a limited run in theaters last fall, but it definitely deserves a wider audience.
[09.20.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Inland Empire - In his latest production, for the Spanish indie giant Studio Canal, director David Lynch's trademark twisting of image, time, and minds floats along beautifully and fascinatingly throughout the film, with equal elements of the surreal Eraserhead and the reality and identity-shifting Lost Highway.
[09.07.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 22 - With summer coming to a close and the back-to-school barrage of fall releases in full swing, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker rounds up the names in the game for September, with shout outs to everyone from Biz Markie and Busta Rhymes to Simon and Garfunkel.
[09.05.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » The Ex - The brothers of the Weinstein Company hired director Jesse Peretz to direct Zach Braff, Jason Bateman, and Amanda Peet in a film that isn't exactly based the most original plot in the world, but is still an entertaining and satisfying diversion.
[08.27.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Redline - An unbelievable pastiche of hip-hop-inflected kids addicted to racing in the streets comprises the backdrop to Andy Cheng's movie, which comes across feeling like an idea of youth culture cooked up by some coked-up studio head who doesn't know anyone under the age of 25.
[08.22.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Vintage Reggae Bash: Brooklyn 1983 / Musical Youth Live - Whether you're interested in taking a trip back in time to sweaty dance floors of 25 years ago or you're leaning towards seeing what bands from that era are up to now, two films issued on DVD should satisfy any yearning you may have for live reggae in the comfort of your living room, and then some.
[08.21.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Hated - A decade before Old School and Road Trip, director Todd Phillips filmed a warts-and-all documentary of GG Allin, the disturbed punk icon whose point was being pointless, and the film has now been re-released.
[08.07.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 21 - As summer heats up and the days keep getting shorter, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker touches on his album of the month for August, some odd collaborations, and the newly refurbished (but a shadow of its former self) Rawkus label.
[08.01.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Tha Undagrind Documentary - A would-be documentary "exploring the hardships rap artists endure to be heard and respected on the streetz" of Atlanta, this low-budget film is lacking in several regards and prone to many of hip-hop's worst stereotypical pitfalls, like "Real Beef, and Real Fights!"
[07.23.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Host, The - A monster movie of epic proportions, at least as far as story and character are concerned - Joon-ho Bong's film skirts the line between environmental warning, bio-disaster flick, government conspiracy picture and family film, accomplishing most of what it sets out to do.
[07.20.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 20 - It is hot hot high summer and LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker's July round up touches on old favorites like the Wu-Tang Clan, beats perfectly suited for the frenetic energy of a video game, and some new jams straight out of Orange County.
[07.05.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

TELEVISION

 » Sundance Channel: Green Sports - As the Northern hemisphere inches into peak summer season and the Southern half of the globe settles into traditionally prime ski and snowboarding weather, this Robert Redford-commissioned documentary series hits at the right time and with the right sense of topicality.
[07.02.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Evan Almighty - Either Hollywood isn't as Godless as Middle America believes or there are producers out there who realize the financial potential of quasi-pious, sophomoric comedy.
[06.22.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 19 - In May James Caan's name popped up in LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker's monthly round up. This month we've got Kurt Cobain, Val Kilmer, and someone named Georgia Anne Muldrow. Isn't she a Senator from Alabama or something?
[06.05.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Knocked Up - With his second feature, Judd Apatow, director of The 40 Year Old Virgin, delivers a sweet but never sappy film lives up to and in some ways surpasses the expectations that his first film created.
[06.01.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 18 - LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker rounds up what's hot and what's not for the month of May, name-checking everyone from Peanut Butter Wolf to Radiohead to James Caan. Yeah, that James Caan.
[05.11.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 17 - LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker rounds up what's hot and what's not for April, highlighting pleasant surprises from Portland and Philadelphia. This is Jonah's second feature for today, so indulge yourself in our Monday Jonanaza.
[04.02.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

MUSIC

 » El-P - LIVE - For those who've never seen him perform live, the Los Angeles stop on his short record release tour was bound to reveal the true nature of the artist. And El-P delivered a set that more than proved his mettle.
[04.02.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 16 - Resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker issues his state of the game address for March, running the low down on what's hot and what's not for the last month of winter.
[03.09.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

FESTIVALS

 » Fusion Year of the Boar 2007 - Broadcast to over 300 million households in China, last week's hip-hop-themed night lit up the Aladdin Casino theater in Las Vegas with full sets by Girl Talk, Lupe Fiasco, Gnarls Barkley and Kanye West.
[02.21.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 15 - Who is the Woody Allen of gully hip-hop? Who is Canibus before he met Wyclef? Who is the hood Bill Gates? Find out as resident beatz expert Jonah Flicker drops the February edition of his hip-hop roundup.
[02.05.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Smokin Aces - Joe Carnahan's latest work employs a gargantuan cast in this mixed-up genre-bender, but for all its moments of humor, flash, and bravado, the film's abrupt changes in tone work to its detriment, ultimately rendering it something of an empty shell.
[01.26.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Guns N' Roses: The DVD Collector's Box - Although the long overdue release of Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy is supposed to happen this year, no one's holding their breath. In the meantime, Jonah Flicker checks out a 2xDVD set examining GNR in typical unauthorized biopic fashion.
[01.24.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Not a Photograph - Before their 2002 reunion, the members of Boston's seminal Mission of Burma were wondering whether those who only know one or two seminal songs will tolerate hearing an hour long set worth of material.
[01.17.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Cure: Festival 2005 - On the band's 2005 European tour none of the gigantic, sweeping keyboard setups that have graced the band's live setup throughout much of its career were present, allowing the band to deliver its lengthy catalogue with an unadulterated, rawer feel.
[01.15.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 14 - Resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker kicks off his column for 2007 with a rundown of some of Texas' hottest rappers, a few thoughts on the 10th anniversary of Stones Throw, and a trip to the Windy City.
[01.11.2007 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Good Shepherd, The - For anyone who harbors paranoia and fantasize that the CIA is a shadowy government organization whose members are not bound by the same moral scruples that rest of society must abide by, Robert De Niro's second directorial effort is three hours of "I told you so."
[12.20.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » That's My Bush! The Definitive Collection - Although the minds behind South Park actually cooked this up during the 2000 presidential race, before George Bush was even appointed president, six years later it still rings stupidly funny and true.
[12.11.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 13 - Another month, another mixtape, and with the last installment of the year, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker rounds up some of the best and worst November/December releases.
[12.06.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » South Park: The Hits, Vol. 1 - This collection of creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker's favorite episodes is more proof of the staying power and quick wit that makes up one of the best satirical cartoons that has ever existed.
[11.10.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 12 - After a short delay due to technical issues, LAS staffer and Jonah Flicker returns with his monthly hip-hop roundup. If you thought October was stacked with notable releases you'll be amped to check out what is worth a mention in November.
[11.08.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning - Is an attempt to demystify the lore of the characters of Tobe Hooper's seminal horror film really necessary, and does it in fact detract from the atmosphere of fear that was created?
[10.05.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 11 - From "Drunken Mantis Fist Boxing" to the best of the Bay Area, this month has a lot to offer in the world of hip-hop. LAS staffer Jonah Flicker makes his detailed list of naughty and nice beats for October.
[10.03.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 10 - Sit back, relax, strap on your seatbelt - with summer coming to its muggy end, Jonah Flicker delivers an in-depth look at the must-haves and the have-nots for September's hip-hop releases.
[09.01.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Under Review - It is always hard to gauge what one will uncover when viewing a DVD about a band that is basically "unauthorized," but this documentary film is a definite exception to the rule, providing nary a boring moment for even the most casual Smiths fan.
[08.15.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 09 - Catching up on a couple of late comers from last month and doling out advice on the freshest cuts for this month, Jonah Flicker rounds up what's hot in hip-hop for August.
[08.07.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 08 - After seven volumes of end-o-the-month roundups, LAS resident hip-hop expert Jonah Flicker drops Glaciers 08 in preview mode for August, going so far as to name an Album of the Month and even taking a pot-shot at CNN's most ubiquitous reporter.
[07.25.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 07 - Jonah Flicker recaps some of the more notable hip-hop goings on for the month of June, including work by members of Wu-Tang and Busta Rhymes, (although not together!).
[07.05.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 06 - Senior staff writer and all-around hip-hop knowledge base Jonah Flicker ventures into the Dirty South and beyond for his roundup of notable hip-hop goings on for the month of May.
[06.06.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 05 - After "10 days of whiskey and kilts" on a tour of Scotland, LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker returns with a belated April edition of his monthly roundup, letting you know what's what in the world of hip-hop. Check back in two weeks for a punctual May column!
[05.15.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 04 - March is almost done, springtime is here, and we've got so much to talk about. Grab a bowl of oatmeal and a bloody Mary and turn down that Lord Finesse album you've been rocking all winter. It's time for your monthly hip-hop roundup.
[03.28.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 03 - Jonah Flicker's roundup of the most notable hip-hop releases from the shortest, blackest and coldest month of the year.
[02.27.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Sugarcubes The DVD - For those of us who were connoisseurs of alternative music back in the late '80s and early '90s, this Icelandic art-punk-pop band was a breath of glacially cooled air in a music scene that was just beginning to heat up.
[02.21.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 02 - The new LAS hip-hop column kicks off 2006 with Jonah Flicker's roundup of the most notable hip-hop releases from the first month of the year.
[01.30.2006 by Jonah Flicker]

COLUMN

 » Glaciers of Ice: Volume 01 - With the inaugural edition of his new column, Jonah Flicker catches us up with a roundup of the most notable hip-hop releases from the end of the year.
[12.22.2005 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Beavis and Butt-Head: The Mike Judge Collection, Volume One - Before Laci Peterson, Abu Ghraib, Jackass or even Paris Hilton, Mike Judge's rebellious white-trash series was cutting edge. How does it stand up, ten years later? Jonah Flicker investigates.
[12.13.2005 by Jonah Flicker]

MUSIC

 » Cure, The (Reissues) - Everything about these reissues was carefully thought out: packaging, bonus tracks, remastering, layout - all details that make these more than just a repackaged rehash.
[04.25.2005 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Slint: LIVE - Jonah Flicker reports that, while their reformation is obviously not creaming as many proverbial panties as, say, The Pixies, for the indie rock faithful Slint's reunion has been nothing short of earth shattering.
[03.25.2005 by Jonah Flicker]

MUSIC

 » Yeah Yeah Yeahs + White Stripes: LIVE - Heading out to see The White Stripes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs together at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles a few weeks ago, senior LAS staff writer Jonah Flicker wondered what to expect from such a hyped show.
[03.07.2004 by Jonah Flicker]

FESTIVALS

 » ATP 2003 - There are festivals and then there are festivals. How do we differentiate? Is it a big outdoor affair, cosponsored by Bud, boobs and Happy the Nacho Dog? Or is it more of an artistic affair, curated and sweated over, artists combed through like the school nurse checking for head lice, all in an attempt to ensure a certain cohesiveness and integrity?
[11.12.2003 by Jonah Flicker]

CINEMA

 » Revenge of the Robots - This new release contains both a CD with a smattering of Def Jux hits remixed and in their original form by the astounding RJD2, and a DVD full of videos, tour footage, and a documentary about the label and it's artists.
[06.25.2003 by Jonah Flicker]

FESTIVALS

 » Noise Pop 2003 Recap - An intense vibration resonated throughout his car as he hit the I-5, Northbound for San Francisco, but not even nasty mechanical rattles could hold up Jonah Flicker on his way out of Los Angeles and into the foggy haze of Noise Pop.
[03.06.2003 by Jonah Flicker]
Reviews
»Zelienople + Tekulvi
+ Tekulvi
Loose Thread Recordings
»Angel's Trumpets and Devil's Horns
400 Blows
Gold Standard Labs
»A Gun Called Tension
A Gun Called Tension
Cold Crush Records
»To All Things What They Need
A Guy Called Gerald
!K7 Records
»Balance
Akrobatik
Coup D'Etat Entertainment
»A Lifetime or More
Album Leaf/On! Air! Library!
The Arena Rock Recording Company
»Escalator
Alva Star
Princess Records
»The People at Large
Amps for Christ
5 Rue Christine Records
»Antipop Consortium Vs. Matthew Shipp
Antipop Consortium Vs. Matthew Shipp
Thirsty Ear
»Antipop Consortium Vs. Matthew Shipp
Antipop Consortium Vs. Matthew Shipp
Thirsty Ear Records
»The Stolen Singles
Arab On Radar
Three One G Records
» Dream to Make Believe
Armor for Sleep
Equal Vision Records
»Dogma
Asterisk*
Three One G Records
»Attention Blah Blah Blah
Atom and His Package
Hopeless Records
»...Gowns by Edith Head
Atomic 7
Mint Records
»Live at CBGB's 1982
Bad Brains
MVD Audio
»Bettye Swann
Bettye Swann
Astralwerks/Honest Jons
»Precious Moments with Billy Joe Winghead
Billy Joe Winghead
Rock and Fucking Roll Records
»Creature Comforts
Black Dice
DFA Records
»Black Eyes
Black Eyes
Dischord Records
»Cough
Black Eyes
Dischord Records
»Casual Friday [12" Single]
Black Leotard Front
DFA Records
»Falling Through a Field
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Self-Released
»The Black Sea EP
Black Sea
Lovitt Records
»Bloodthirsty Lovers
Bloodthirsty Lovers
Frenchkiss Records
»West of Lincoln
Blue Eyed Son
Eenie Meenie Records
»Man Mountain
Blue States
Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
»Hot Trips, Cold Returns
Bobby Karate
Woodson Lateral Records
»Superwolf
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Matt Sweeney
Drag City Records
»You Forgot it in People
Broken Social Scene
Arts and Crafts
»We Put Scissors Where Our Mouths Are
Bullet Train to Vegas
Nitro Records
»Feast of Wire
Calexico
Quarterstick Records
»And the Days We Spent Go On and On
Calibos
Handheld Records
»Colors Words & Dreams
Casket Lottery/Hot Water Music
Second Nature Recordings
»Keep On Truckin'
Caustic Resin
Up Records
»Flashes and Cables
Centro-Matic
Misra Records
»Starship Galactica
Cex
Temporary Residence Ltd.
»Shine a Light
Constantines
Sub Pop Records
»Discography
Death Wish Kids
Aerodrome Records
»George is On
Deep Dish
Thrive Music
»Dinosaur/You're Living All Over Me/Bug
Dinosaur Jr
Merge Records
»The Message at the Depth
DJ Krush
Sony/Red Ink Records
»Ultraviolet
DJ Touche
Journeys By DJ Records
»Nothing Stays the Same
DJ Wally
Thirsty Ear Records
»The Lonely World of the Dudley Corporation Rock LP
Dudley Corporation
Flameshovel Records
»E.M.S.
E.M.S.
Satamile Records
»Danger! High Voltage
Electric Six
XL/Beggars Group
»Fire
Electric Six
XL/Beggars Group
»Song in the Air
Elliott
Revelation Records
»Honey Moan EP
Entrance
Tigerstyle Records
»Zoo Psychology
Ex Models
Frenchkiss Records
»Devin Dazzle and the Neon Fever
Felix da Housecat
Emperor Norton Records
»Red Bedroom
Fever
Kemado Records
»Stop the Technology Madness
Floid Matrix
Super Asbestos Records
»Coalesced
For Against
Words on Music
»Se Puede Despedir a Todos
Form of Rocket
EHSL Recordings
»The Impossible Leap in 100 Simple Steps
From Monument to Masses
Dim Mak Records
»How to Start a Fire
Further Seems Forever
Tooth & Nail Records
»Ge-ology Plays Ge-ology
Ge-ology
Mineral Werks/Female Fun
»Love Love Love
Graves
Film Guerrero Records
»How to Make Millions in Real Estate
Grey Does Matter
JankoMatic Records
»McCarthy
Helms
Kimchee Records
»Elevator
Hot Hot Heat
Sire Records
»Don't Drink His Blood
Howard Hello
Temporary Residence Ltd.
» Introducing the Sounds of The Husbands
Husbands
Swami Records
»Ima Robot
Ima Robot
Virgin Records
»Ink and Dagger
Ink and Dagger
Buddyhead Records
»I Hope You're Feeling Better Now
Irving
Eenie Meenie Records
»Hollywood Tire
Jim
Recluse Records
»Narrow Path
Josh One
Myutopia Recordings
»Joy
Joy
Shrimper Records
»I Robot / Less Than Human (10" EP)
Juan MacLean
DFA Records
»Open
Kash
Sick Room Records
»Poisonous Plants
Kerbloki
Lucid Records
»Aha Shake Heartbreak
Kings of Leon
RCA Records
»Redneck Games
Kut Masta Kurt
Waxploitation Records
»The Cloud Making Machine
Laurent Garnier
Mute/F Communications
»Yr City's a Sucker (12" Version)
LCD Soundsystem
DFA
»Madvillainy
Madvillain
Stones Throw Records
»Madvillainy
Madvillain
Stones Throw Records
»Country vs. City
Magstatic
Pop Sweatshop Records
»Anything
Martina Topley-Bird
Palm Pictures
»33 1/3: Illmatic
Matthew Gasteier
Continuum
»Paullelujah!
MC Paul Barman
Coup d'Etat Entertainment
»...In Sounds
Milwaukee
Blackliner Records
»First Demo Tape
Minor Threat
Dischord Records
» Government Commissions
Mogwai
Matador Records
»"Mix Up the Mix" b/w "Jerks Are Creeping" 7" single
Neon King Kong
Gold Standard Laboratories
»Stay Awhile
Nicole McKenna
20/20 Music Inc.
»Brothers, Sisters
North of America
Level Plane Records
»The Wedding
Oneida
Jagjaguwar Records
»Hang Loose
Operation Makeout
Mint Records
»The Purest Form
Organic Thoughts
Blaze the World
»Quiet City
Pan American
Kranky
»Quiet City
Pan American
Kranky Records
»Global
Paul van Dyk
Mute Records
»The Teaches of Peaches
Peaches
XL Recordings/Beggars Group/Kitty-Yo
»Untitled EP
Pelican
Hydra Head Records
»An Effort To Do Good
Pesky
Closed System Records
»Studio Confessions
Peven Everett
ABB Soul Records
»Offcell
Pinback
Absolutely Kosher
»Closer
Plastikman
Novamute Records
»Die, Rugged Man, Die
R.A. the Rugged Man
Nature Sounds
»Red Card
Red Card
Useless Chords Records
»Calling Off Today
Red Hot Valentines
Polyvinyl Records
»Your Favorite Fool
Rex Hobart and The Misery Boys
Bloodshot Records
»Python
Riddle of Steel
Ascetic Records
»Distortion is Truth / Crossing Casco Bay
Robert Poss
Trace Elements
»Birth of a Prince
RZA
Sanctuary Records
»Kidnapped by Neptune
Scout Niblett
Too Pure/Beggars Group
»( )
Sigur Rós
Fat Cat Records
»It'll Be Cool
Silkworm
Touch & Go Records
»Diorama
Silverchair
Atlantic Records
»There's a Riot Going On / A Whole New Thing
Sly & the Family Stone
Epic
»Small Brown Bike and The Casket Lottery
Small Brown Bike and The Casket Lottery
Second Nature Recordings
»Small Brown Bike and The Casket Lottery
Small Brown Bike and The Casket Lottery
Second Nature Recordings
»DNA Will Have Its Say EP
Some Girls
Three One G
»Goo - Deluxe Edition
Sonic Youth
Geffen Records
»The Eternal
Sonic Youth
Matador
»The Early Years
Sparrow
Absolutely Kosher Records
»Sunburned Hand of the Man
Sunburned Hand of the Man
Wabana Records
»Live September 9th, 2000
Sweep the Leg Johnny/Rumah Sakit
Sickroom Records
»The Top [reissue]
The Cure
Rhino
»10,000 Back Doors
The Malarkies
self-release
»Dirty Stories
The Marato
Blue Skies Turn Black Records
»Bootleg EP
The Mars Volta
not released
»In One Era Out the Other
The Movies
Gern Blandsten Records
»R.I.P.
The Murder City Devils
Sub Pop Records
»The New Digital Sound
The New Digital Sound
Self-released
»A Long Way to Nowhere
The Parkinsons
Elevator Music
»Black Dialogue
The Perceptionists
Def Jux
»Echoes
The Rapture
DFA/Strummer/Universal
»Tree of No Return
Tusk
Tortuga Recordings
»United State of Electronica
United State of Electronica
Sonic Boom Recordings
»Everything Comes & Goes: A Tribute To Black Sabbath
Various Artists
Temporary Residence Ltd.
»Motown: Remixed
Various Artists
Motown Records
»Baby Loves Hip-Hop Presents The Dino 5
Various Artists
Baby Loves Everything
»Disciples of the 36 Chambers: Chapter 1
Wu-Tang Clan
Sanctuary Urban