- Music Reviews
- October 17, 2017
Front Street Rebels (RAM). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Better late than never says our editor, James Mann as he gives a brief look at some of the years best.
Midnight Twilight (Autumnsongs Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Tedeschi Trucks band blew Michelle Wilson away in Melbourne!
Medicine for the Soul (Eggsong Recordings). Review by James Mann.
If I Was A River (River House Records). Review by James Mann.
Ty Segall, fuzzmeister of psychedelic lo-fi garage rock, shows no signs of slowing down his Mach 3 musical momentum, as May Terry witnessed during his concert at Webster Hall, NYC.
Ghost on the Canvas (Surfdog Records). Review by Sean Slone.
McCartney and McCartney II (Reissued) (MPL communications). Review by Tim Wardyn.
A Perfect Circle sailed into Philly on a rare tour, to pummel Northeastern fans with their sound and to nosh on some cheesesteaks. Mike Hanan and Michelle Smith were close enough to smell the sauteed onions on Maynard Keenan’s breath.
Is Paul McCartney really dead? Or is he feeling much better now?
Does that sound like the Beatles to you? Author Kristofer Engelhardt delivers an updated version of his exhaustive 1998 guide, detailing the individual Beatles‘ musical contributions to other artists’ recordings.
With almost 90,000 registrants and over 1,300 exhibitors, this years’ Winter NAMM showcased the latest in musical gear and broke a couple of records while doing it. Elianne Halbersberg shares some highlights.
Dr. Dog‘s recent concert at Orlando’s Social conjures up both Frampton Comes Alive and Flavor of Love for S D Green. Believe it or not, this is a good thing.
Christmas Cheer (Saw Mill Records/Vanguard). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Even if you’re not a child of the ’70s, sweep the comic books off your coffee table — Matthew Moyer thinks you should make room for New York Dolls: The Photographs of Bob Gruen.
Taste of Christmas (Warcon Enterprises). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Memory Almost Full (MPL Communications LTD). Review by Christopher Long.
Open Your Box (Astralwerks). Review by Ben Varkentine.