- Music Reviews
- November 10, 2017
Savage Young Du (Numero Group). Review by Scott Adams.
A documentary about the innovative guitar legend interspersed with performances from an all-star tribute from 2006.
The purveyors of prog, Yes, prevailed, producing an impressive Melbourne, Florida performance that Christopher Long was witness to.
Peoria’s power-pop purveyors teleport coast-to-coast on extensive U.S. “Invasion” tour.
A Day to Remember finally bring their Self Help Festival to their home state and Vanna Porter couldn’t be happier to attend.
Green Day welcome West Palm Beach, and Jen Cray, to paradise.
Prior to a screening of screening of his underappreciated 1972 revisionist western, The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid, director Philip Kaufman sat down with film critic Stephen Farber for a conversation.
Die Alps! blowout popular Tampa hangout New World Brewery one last time, as a record release party for their long awaited full length. Bob Pomeroy was in on the action.
Blondie and Garbage bring their Rage and Rapture Tour to Orlando, and Jen Cray is in heaven.
Veteran alt-rockers keep heads bouncing at Cincinnati’s alt-treasure roadhouse the Motr Pub.
Two brothers are separated at birth and eventually fight for the rule of 9th century England in this re-do of Richard Fleischer’s “The Vikings.”
Lewis Black asks, in the age of 45, What’s my job? on Black to the Future.
Dawson, North West Territory, Canada had one of the biggest gold strikes ever. Silent movies entertained the miners between gambling and drinking, but the films were later dumped into the permafrost.
Two Pythons in a classy heist film with two brilliant Americans – how can it miss?
The third movie in Yoshishige Yoshida’s unofficial trilogy on Japanese radicalism and his most accessible to modern western viewers.
Director Douglas Seok gives a glimpse of the past and the future of Cambodia in his new film.
A look at the East Bay punk scene, narrated by Iggy Pop.
A deliciously mysterious book for children of all ages, including you.
Two young girls turn their love of surf into a mysterious adventure complete with ghosts, pirates and romance in this beautifully illustrated young adult book.
Light From Sovereign States/Into the Night 7″ (It’s a Trap!). Review by Aaron Shaul.
The Mountain (Fat Possum). Review by Jen Cray.
Chawalaleng (Mojo). Review by Julio Diaz
Adagio (Brain Surgery). Review by Nathan T. Birk
Sex Crimes (Dead Rabbit Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Various Artists (Reverb). Review by Rob Walsh.
Amor (Provider/:Run Recordings). Review by Bill Campbell.
Atomic Kitten (Virgin). Review by Ben Varkentine.
…Gowns By Edith Head (Mint). Review by Ian Koss.
Dimmu Borgir may have been the draw that brought in the crowd, but the night was stolen by openers Kataklysm and Unearth, according to Jen Cray.
Boogie 2000 (Two Goats Entertainment). Review by James Mann
The Secret Kingdom (Hammerheart). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Rise and Fall of…Butch Walker and the Let’s-Go-Out-Tonites! (Epic/One Haven). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Feather And Fate (Projekt). Review by Dave Aftandilian.
Out of Your Hands (Atenzia). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Today’s episode: "Indie Geek admits to being an Emo Loser." Narration by Rob Walsh.
The Blistering Sun (Mpress). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Event Review by Carl F Gauze
Some strange combination of Blink 182, Lagwagon, and Braid. Pretty damn fast …