Other Articles by Patrick Gill

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MUSIC

 » Lord Don't Slow Me Down - Despite the common belief that they will never top their first album, Definitely Maybe, Oasis feels like a real band well on into their second decade. The possibility even remains, maybe more so now than ever, that they could produce something equally spectacular to their 1994 debut. Director Baillie Walsh spent a year on the road with the band to compile this film.
[12.18.2007 by Patrick Gill]

MUSIC

 » Brit Box, The - Subtitled "UK Indie, Shoegaze, And Brit-Pop Gems Of The Last Millennium," this Rhino box set documents various transformations of Brit rock and Brit pop during the 1980s and 90s with some 78 entries of different artists at some of their most promising moments.
[12.17.2007 by Patrick Gill]

LITERATURE

 » Elliot Smith - In this 224-page hardcover book, friend and photographer Autumn De Wilde's collection of personal Smith photographs is augmented with ephemera, handwritten lyrics, and revealing conversations with Beck, Chris Walla, Mark Lanegan and other members of Smith's inner circle.
[11.28.2007 by Patrick Gill]

PHOTOGRAPHY

 » Punk 365 - Award-winning writer, editor, producer, and music consultant Holly George-Warren has compiled a remarkable photo book that decidedly makes no attempt to provide a comprehensive depiction of punk, yet arguably comes as close as any volume out there to doing just that.
[10.05.2007 by Patrick Gill]

LITERATURE

 » Operation Supergoose - William Hart's attempt to expose the second Bush administration's questionable take on foreign policy, a challenge undertaken with larger than life strokes, feels like getting hit over the head with a novelty-sized paintbrush--that is, if one hadn't already had to endure it for months in the form of cable news network chatter and local op-ed pieces, both now a distinctive shade of blue.
[08.30.2007 by Patrick Gill]

LITERATURE

 » Travels With Herodotus - A moral element is woven through the memoirs of Ryszard Kapuściński, but what is amazing about the work is that its moral element comes from unasked questions that, where other authors are or would feel to na´ve to do so, Kapuściński does not hesitate to posit.
[08.06.2007 by Patrick Gill]
Reviews
»I Can Hear Your Heart
Aidan John Moffat
Chemikal Underground
»Elliot Smith
Autumn de Wilde
Chronicle
»In The Future
Black Mountain
Jagjaguwar
»Lie Down In The Light
Bonnie Prince Billy
Drag City
»Do You Like Rock Music?
British Sea Power
Rough Trade
»Trouble In Dreams
Destroyer
Merge
»Mentor Tormentor
Earlimart
Majordomo
»Hideout
Film School
Beggars Banquet
»Flight Of The Conchords
Flight Of The Conchords
Sub Pop
»Get The Gore
Gore Gore Girls
Bloodshot
»Once Upon A Time In The West
Hard-Fi
Atlantic
»Here's to Being Here
Jason Collett
Arts & Crafts
»Junius
Junius
Radar
»Make Sure They See My Face
Kenna
Interscope
»A Brighter Beat
Malcolm Middleton
Full Time Hobby
»Pale Young Gentlemen
Pale Young Gentlemen
self-released
»Ordinary Ghosts
People Noise
self-released
»Accelerate
R.E.M.
Warner Bros.
»Travels With Herodotus
Ryszard Kapuściński
Knopf
»Leaves In The River
Sea Wolf
Dangerbird
»Gone Faded
Soft
Silver Sleeve
»This Gift
Sons & Daughters
Domino
»You Are Here
South
Bluhammock Music
»Diamond Hoo Ha
Supergrass
Astralwerks
»Environ Maiden
The Capstan Shafts
Rainbow Quartz
»101 Tambourines
The Dilettantes
Stranger Touch
»Tuned To Love
The Loose Salute
Graveface
»Real Close Ones
The M's
Polyvinyl
»Consolers Of The Lonely
The Raconteurs
Warner Bros.
»Sleeping Beauty
The Special Pillow
Zofko
»A Sun Goes Down
Time Since Western
self-released
»Lotus
Tranzfusion
self-released
»Operation Supergoose
William Hart
Timberline Press
»Is Is
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Interscope