- Music Reviews
- November 10, 2017
Savage Young Du (Numero Group). Review by Scott Adams.
Star Stuff (Company Records). Review by James Mann.
Airless Midnight (Red Herring). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The musical brilliance that was Sun Ra is well-served with these two reissues. James Mann takes the trip.
Matthew Moyer declares this the best approximation of the Jesus Lizard live experience.
Don Van Vliet, aka Captain Beefheart has died of complications from MS at 69 — now that’s some Low Yo Yo stuff. James Mann recalls a genius.
Fela Kuti: Na Poi + Chop ‘N Quench (Knitting Factory). Review by Shelton Hull.
Rip your shirt off and check out Iggy Pop‘s shake appeal… Scott Adams tells Ink 19 The Stooges are really big in Belgium right now.
The Other Side of Los Angeles (Deaf, Dumb & Blind). Review by Chris Catania.
Surrealistic Picnic (FDH Records). Review by James Mann.
Tom Schulte hears the bad CDs so you don’t have to. Herein are paragraphs on the good ones.
Talking and Drum Solos (1946) (Atavistic). Review by James Mann.
Spaceship Lullaby (Atavistic ). Review by James Mann.
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Reconstruction (Fluid Ounce/Ubiquity). Review by Bill Campbell.
Matthew Shipp vs. Anti-Pop Consortium (Thirsty Ear). Review by Rob Walsh.
Nuclear War (Matador). Review by Rob Walsh.
Erik Truffaz at La Maison Francaise in Washington, DC on April 29, 2002. Concert review by Bill Campbell.
Various Artists (Label M). Review by Bill Campbell.
The ubiquitous trombonist has finally busted out with his first solo record, Cherry. Now Josh Roseman talks to Matt Cibula about what it’s like to be a "sex symbol rock-star trombone player."