Southern Avenue (Stax Records). Review by James Mann.
Soul, funk, and R&B purists, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings “bring it” to Phillip Haire and the people of Orlando
Shelton Hull refers to the feminist vision of the inimitable Lydia Lunch as “seminal” and lives to tell the tale.
Kings of Funk (BBE). Review by Bill Campbell.
Tom Schulte hears the bad CDs so you don’t have to. Herein are paragraphs on the good ones.
Blondie and Garbage bring their Rage and Rapture Tour to Orlando, and Jen Cray is in heaven.
The Siren’s Song (New West Records). Review by James Mann.
Veteran alt-rockers keep heads bouncing at Cincinnati’s alt-treasure roadhouse the Motr Pub.
A Face Like Mine. Review by Andrew Ellis.
Tell the Devil…I’m Gettin’ There as Fast as I Can (Bordello Records). Review by James Mann.
Bursting with non-stop hits, the classic rock triple-threat package tour attracted thousands (and thousands) of dedicated South Florida fans.
Manic Revelations (Rounder Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Life Is Fine (Cooking Vinyl America). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Epilogues For The End Of The Sky (Glacial Movements). Review by Carl F Gauze.
A three hour art film about unconventional relations in 1920’s Japan offers wonderful visuals providing you have the patience to endure the story.