NAOMI KLEIN: FENCES OF ENCLOSURE
Fences are the pretenses used to
keep the have-nots from having.
ARE DOWNLOADERS FREELOADERS? by Janis
Janis Ian wants everyone to download
her music -- for free. The industry spin doctors are reeling.
21st CENTURY SEX with Josey Vogels
Is the young, Internet-nurtured generation
the least hung-up, most sexually wholesome ever?
MELODY AND MIND by Robert J. Lewis
What if the music we think we don't
like is just a language we don't understand?
SIX DEGREES OF JAZZ
Bass note, guitar and a booming
moon over Montreal are Sylvain Provost and Normal Lachapelle
-- joined at the hip.
CAN RED MEAT TAKE THE HEAT? by Dr.
"I'd rather have a burger stuck
in my colon than have to eat tofu," philosophizes Hank
from King of the Hill.
ON THE SECRET TRAIL OF TRASH reviewed
by Gary Wisby
"What have they done to the
earth, what have they done to our fair sister?" Elizabeth
Royte doesn't mince her leftovers in Garbage Land.
By RANDY BISH
Chat rooms, flashing moons and poltroons.
ASYMMETRY AND DESIRE by Alex Waterhouse-Hayward
Here's looking at you, Pam McCartney.
And Pam is looking right back.
THE EDUKATORS by Dan Stefik
Paradigm reversal in Europa Europa
-- where they break in and enter but don't steal.
MARC JORDAN by Diane Gordon
If the songwriter is music's favorite
son, Marc Jordan is singing in the rain.