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- Music Reviews
- October 16, 2017
The Roots of Popular Music: The Ralph J. Peer Story (Sony Music). Review by James Mann.
Global (Mass Appeal). Review by Bill Campbell.
The original T.S.O.L. are back, and anarchist lead singer Jack Grisham spoke to Mary Ellen Gustafson in the middle of his bid to be governor of California. Now that’s punk rock.
John Digweed (Thrive). Review by Tony Coulson
Tipping The Scales (Victory) Review by Nathan T. Birk.
Picture Day (Fastmusic). Review by Patrick Rafter
Nine Days went from having a Top Ten smash hit to having no record deal in the space of two short years. But as Andrew Ellis found out, the band’s front man John Hampson doesn’t spend too much time wallowing in the past – he’s too busy making music.
Elusive Truth (Tolotta). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Freek Funk (NovaMute). Review by drew West
This 5-song EP by Orlando’s (via Gainesville) Slack Season has been a long ti…
Textbooks, chalkboards, the Ramones — another Rock ‘N’ Roll High School? Make that "grade school"…Jack Black is back, and more tenacious than ever, in School of Rock. Resident scholar Steve Stav stopped laughing long enough to offer his thoughts on the latest Richard Linklater film.
Trouble Bound (Hightone). Review by James Mann.
The first track of the Huntingtons’ latest album is titled, "I Wanna Be a Ram…