- Music Reviews
- November 10, 2017
Savage Young Du (Numero Group). Review by Scott Adams.
100 of the greatest bad movies ever made. From the silents to the 2000s, Phil Hall selects the best of the worst.
Nothing Can Hurt Me Soundtrack (Omnivore). Review by Scott Adams.
Trouble Man (Hipp-O Select/Motown). Review by Scott Adams.
50 Years of Reggae Music (VP Records ). Review by Scott Adams.
Outrageously over-the-top homage to ’70s grindhouse movies, Disco Exorcist is loaded with nudity, gore and disco.
Small Faces and From the Beginning (Hip-O Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Nightlife and Fighting> (Hip-O Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Hard rocking Australian band Rose Tattoo reunite for the closing of the Boggo Road Jail in this 1993 concert.
Avengers (Water Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Nigger Please, I Ain’t Lied Yet, and Two or Three Times a Day (Cult Collectibles). Review by Scott Adams.
A new book by punk legend Mike Watt showcases his photography skills.
Six lucky fans film Dinosaur Jr. as they play Bug in its entirety at the 9:30 Club in DC.
Here’s Little Richard (Concord). Review by Scott Adams.
Bestival Live 2011 (PIAS America). Review by Scott Adams.
A killer turkey menaces a group of students on Thanksgiving.
Want More (Bloodshot). Review by Scott Adams.
Brett Callwood’s comprehensive book on the criminally overlooked Stooges doesn’t, this time, focus completely on Iggy Pop.
See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody tells Bob Mould’s entire story — from his abusive childhood to his coming out as a gay man, filled with details and anecdotes from his 50-plus years.
McLeod’s first full length graphic novel is an epic zombie invasion that can only be repelled by the ancient art of kung fu.