- July 26, 2017
Brief looks at new releases, ’cause ain’t nobody got time in this heat for more!
Shonen Knife play their first show in Tampa. If their fans have their way, it won’t be Shonen Knife’s last visit. Bob Pomeroy fills in the details.
Carrboro (Bloodshot Records). Review by James Mann.
The Damned was the first UK punk band to release an album. Join Captain Sensible and David Vanian as they look back over their long and winding career.
s/t Cassette EP (Infinity Cat). Review by Jen Cray.
Adventure (Good Charamel Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
White Reaper Does It Again (Polyvinyl). Review by Jen Cray.
The People Are Home (Recess Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Snake Oil (Cleopatra Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Big Words Make the Baby Jesus Cry, Dark Clouds Gather over Middlemarch, The Great Boston Molasses Flood. Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
Johnny Ramone was the leader of greatest punk rock band America ever had. His story is like their music- short, aggressive and unflinching. James Mann gives it a Gabba Gabba Hey!
Ten years of The Kills may not mean much to some, but to many — Jen Cray included — it means a decade’s worth of killer music that’s worth celebrating.
Ersatz G.B. (Cherry Red Records). Review by James Mann.
Gail Worley talks with drummer Paul Cook of Sex Pistols and Manraze.
Pop Punk’s Not Dead on New Found Glory’s fall tour, but that doesn’t mean that Jen Cray is as blindly accepting of the modern day take on the genre as some.
Divine Providence (Partisan Records). Review by James Mann.
WWII (Dirtnap). Review by Jen Cray.
Encores at tiny punk rock shows?! They’re rare, but Jen Cray and a whole bunch of hungry fans dug this one.
After spending decades as a session musician, Bay Area blues artist Tom Casino carves his own identity in the aging genre by adding drunken wit and Ramones pop-punk to the mix.
A 1982 documentary on the career of Phil Spector, mastermind of the ’60s girl groups and inventor of The Wall of Sound, is re-released for our viewing pleasure?