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Flak Magazine

Flak Magazine was an early American online magazine which was founded in 1998 and ceased publication in 2008. 

It was founded by James Norton, Benjamin Fowler, Justin Knoll, Nicholas Coleman and others, most of whom were students at and alumni of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

The magazine covered a broad range of subjects, divided into features, opinion, books, film, music, web, TV and miscellaneous.

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The Strokes: Is This It (RCA)

Review by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, July 2001

GERMAN SOCIAL theorist Walter Benjamin's landmark essay 'The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction' argues that an original piece of artwork possesses ...

...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead: Source Tags & Codes (Interscope)

Review by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, February 2002

'It Was There That I Saw You', the opening track on ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead's new album, Source Tags ...

N.E.R.D.: In Search Of … (Virgin Records)

Review by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, 1 April 2002

DON'T EVEN BOTHER picking up N.E.R.D.'s In Search Of… because within six months, you'll be hearing it everywhere. Much like Moby's Play, this record will ...

The Breeders: Title TK (Elektra)

Review by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, May 2002

IT ALWAYS felt easier to blame the demise of the Pixies on Frank Black. The way the group split — Black announced it to the ...

Bright Eyes, LCD Soundsystem, Liars, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Rapture, Secret Machines, Spoon, The Streets, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs: 2002: The Year in Music — Yancey Strickler's annotated list

Guide by Yancey Strickler, Flak Magazine, 31 December 2002

Yancey's Tracks: 1. 'Losing My Edge' | LCD Soundsystem 2. 'No One Knows' | Queens of the Stone Age 3. 'Let's Push Things Forward' | The Streets 4. 'Soft ...

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