• Pearly Clouds

    Pearly Clouds

    S/T (Trapeze Music & Entertainment Ltd. ). Review by James Mann.

  • Rufus Wainwright

    Rufus Wainwright

    Rufus Wainwright taps his shiny red boots and transports an Isreali crowd to another dimension, or so the transfixed Yifat Grizman figures.

  • The Book of Drugs

    The Book of Drugs

    Mike Doughty has been through just about everything. The rise and fall (and subsequent hatred) of his former band Soul Coughing. The rise of his solo acoustic career. And, oh yeah, drugs. Lots of them. And his recent sobriety. So, why should anyone care? Tim Wardyn went searching for that answer.

  • James

    James

    Brit-Pop darlings James have reunited with their incomparable frontman Tim Booth and are flooding American shores with their timeless pop songs. Jen Cray caught the first wave at Orlando’s House of Blues.

  • Ed Harcourt

    Ed Harcourt

    Lustre (Nice Music Group). Review by Sean Slone.

  • Gary Lucas and Dean Bowman

    Gary Lucas and Dean Bowman

    Chase the Devil (Knitting Factory). Review by James Mann.

  • Alex Chilton: Children by the Million

    Alex Chilton: Children by the Million

    Alex Chilton died March 17 in New Orleans. James Mann remembers the man who gave so much to so many.

  • Broken Records

    Broken Records

    Until the Earth Begins to Part (V2 Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.

  • Holy Roman Empire

    Holy Roman Empire

    Egress (Slanty Shanty). Review by Chris Catania.

  • Tori Amos

    Tori Amos

    When Tori Amos comes to town, Orlando in this case, it’s an event – one which Jen Cray had no intention of missing.

  • Kalli

    Kalli

    While The City Sleeps (One Little Indian). Review by Andrew Ellis.

  • The Oaks

    The Oaks

    Our Fathers & the Things They Left Behind (Rising Oak). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Starsailor

    Starsailor

    Brit-pop smash Starsailor is working on a foothold in America. Chris Catania sat down with James Walsh to find out about breaking in a new country, Bright Eyes and why American crowds giggle during “Alcoholic.”

  • Stephen Fretwell

    Stephen Fretwell

    Magpie (Fiction). Review by Sean Slone.

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