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- October 16, 2017
The Roots of Popular Music: The Ralph J. Peer Story (Sony Music). Review by James Mann.
Some may claim that Wieringo’s induction as a “modern master” may be premature. Matthew Moyer disagrees, and he’ll wave this book in your face to prove it.
Apartment D (Tarantism). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Radio Khartoum works hard to set itself apart from the indie-pop pack, working with non-Anglo American bands like Cessna and Watoo Watoo, and releasing material exclusively on three-inch CDs. Andrew Muzyk corresponds with label head Alexander Bailey to discover what drives RK’s unique approach.
Bound For Bakersfield: The Complete Pre-Capitol Collection 1953 to 1956 (Rock Beat Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Ode to My Freaks (Windswept). Review by Phil Bailey.
Can Bill Deasy make the transition from celebrated singer-songwriter to accomplished author with his debut novel, Ransom Seaborn? Andrew Ellis finds out.
Barafundle (Mercury). Review by Anton Wagner
A Year to Demonstrate (Isidore). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Sands (Badman). Review by Stein Haukland.
Motion City Soundtrack returned to Philadelphia to play a sold-out show. Brittany Sturges was there to bust a move with all the fans.
Gear Review by Edward Tywoniak
LTJ Bukem with DJ Spooky at The 9:30 Club in Washington, DC on December 15, 2001. Concert review by Bill Campbell.