- Music Reviews
- August 17, 2017
The Siren’s Song (New West Records). Review by James Mann.
Co-founding B-52s singer / songwriter Cindy Wilson delivers an impressive and intimate Orlando club performance.
Three of rock’s most iconic 70s brands united recently in Tampa, FL for a night of non-stop, fist-pumping classics. Christopher Long was, of course, there.
Brief looks at new releases, ’cause ain’t nobody got time in this heat for more!
Phantogram were stars in Orlando along with Tycho and Heathered Pearls.
Washed Out wash over Orlando and Jen Cray is swept away on the acid wave.
The Vans Warped Tour is as much a summertime tradition as vacation flings, sunburns, and losing your bathing suit at the beach for music fans of all ages, Jen Cray among them.
Where does the time go? Contributing writer Christopher Long reflects on his first decade with Ink 19.
For 25 years fans of the outrageously quirky ABC television show Twin Peaks have been patiently waiting for more. The fans kept this series alive long after it was dead and now it is back raw and rated R.
An estimated crowd of 50,000 barbecued enthusiasts
converged on the infield of Daytona’s World-Famous International Speedway for a three-day celebration of “Great American Music.”
Gender reversal and icky-cute CGI monsters make this a kid’s film adults will enjoy.
Filmed to capitalize on the then-current Zodiac Killer stalking San Francisco, Tom Hanson’s low budget film was first on the scene.
A pious young Polish girl falls from grace and becomes the most potent sex symbol of Gilded Age France.
A struggling circus in rural England suffers through emotional turmoil, jealousy and attempted murder in this gorgeous art film.
They said he was mad, they said he was incapable of running a country, they say he was obsessed with irrelevant details, but Ludwig the Second died young and left a good looking corpse.
An animated high school washes into the sea. Can the school newspaper nerds save the day?
A bastion of the Texas Two Step fights off the real estate boom in Austin Texas.
Baltimore. Rats. A match made in Maryland.
The music biz collides with the mob in this documentary chronicling the fast and dangerous life of legendary ’60s songwriter, producer, record mogul, Bert Berns.
Soundtrack (Gypsy/BMG). Review by Drew Id
Committed To Rock (Time Life/BMG). Review by Andrew Ellis.
God Bless the Blake Babies (Zoe). Review by Julio Diaz.
Amped the Fuck Up (Sickroom). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Return of Jacques de Molay and Phase II (GMM Records). Review by Rob Walsh.
Spiritual Black Dimensions (Nuclear Blast). Review by Marcus Leith
Carl F Gauze got some laughs out of this new post-teen comedy, but found it had as much heart and depth as an Archie comic.
Noon in June (404). Review by Patrick Rafter
In the Eyes of God (Relapse). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Split 7″ (McCarthyism). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Are you ready to rock? This major-label act falls somewhere between the more …
Isn’t It Romantic? (Concord Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Are you hip to the Norweigian indie-pop scene? Randall Stephens is, and he’ll help you catch up with this profile of the Perfect Pop label.
Zacks and fog/splinter tracks (early mess) (Phthalo). Review by Nirav Soni.
Eat At Joe’s (Sub Pop). Review by Anton Wagner
Print Review by Shelton Hull
Broadway Calls (State of Mind/Small Man). Review by Jen Cray.
Dirty South Hip-Hop Blues (21st Century Blues). Review by Rob Walsh.
Event Review by Cindy Harper