- Music Reviews
- April 20, 2018
Grateful Dub. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Lana Del Ray gave the capacity crowd in DC all they came for and more on a frigid night. Rick Harris was there to witness.
Silverstein and Tonight Alive rock The Beacham!
Adam Ant storms Orlando and proves that the ’80s are still alive. Jen Cray had to check it out for herself.
They Might Be Giants returned to Vinyl Music Hall in Pensacola for an early stop on the tour behind the band’s latest album, “I Like Fun.” Of course, Julio Diaz was there.
Andy Frasco and the UN hold a rock and roll revival and dance party at the Crowbar in Ybor City.
John 5 and the Creatures give a class in Guitar God 101 at the Social.
Emo is still alive and well on The Peace and The Panic Tour. Neck Deep, Creeper and others wind up a sold-out crowd in Orlando. Vanna Porter has photographic proof.
Modern-day metal stalwart, In This Moment returned to Orlando, headlining an impressive, mind-melting, four-band affair.
The Killers treated Orlando to a rare intimate show on an otherwise Arena tour and Jen Cray was lucky enough to score a golden ticket inside.
Dan Baird sits down to give us an update on his health, the state of the union, and his memories of Tom Petty and Malcolm Young.
Stories and anecdotes survey punk’s “Straight Edge” movement as the youth of America swear off drugs and booze to achieve Nirvana in the mosh pit.
A ship full of whiskey collides with a rock in the Outer Hebrides during WW2 saving the local population from almost certain sobriety.
Bob Geldof shares his love of W.B. Yeats on A Fanatic Heart.
The spirit of a 1940’s black black marketer infects his modern day doppleganger in this solid Blaxploitaion horror cult film.
Large foam tomatoes terrorize San Diego in this camp spoof of bad movies first released in 1978.
A Russian woman grows a tail. Amazingly, men find this attractive and she falls in love with a doctor and out of favor in her job.
Fever dream of an Turkish action movie involving a man raised by lions and fighting an evil king with metal claw hands.
A young executive climbs the company ladder by loaning out his apartment to his bosses for sexual escapades in 1950 in this Billy Wilder classic.
Paul “HR” Hudson led the band Bad Brains but fell into mental illness. This is the story of his finding the way back.
Punk heroes unite to give a rowdy look at the classic L.A.M.F. album 40 years down the road.
Twenty years later, and heavy metal’s favorite sons are still going strong. Gregory Schaefer attends a special screening — with special guest!
Loud Like Nature (Mute). Review by Stein Haukland.
The Fish Needs A Bike – The Best of Blurt Volume 1 (Salamander Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Lightworker (Fearless). Review by Darius Gently.
… And the Gods, They Play (DMZ Productions). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Visitor (Jade Tree). Review by Dan Stapleton.
Tears All Over Town (Le Grand Magistery). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Chainsaw Dismemberment (Relapse). Review by Nathan T. Birk
Various Artists (Universal). Review by Bill Campbell.
Pretty Paranoia (Rotten). Review by Nathan T. Birk
Dear Enemy, (Hannibal/Rykodisc). Review by Phil Bailey
The Summer of the Lion, The Summer of the Lamb (We Want Action). Review by Aaron Shaul.
When asked for their thoughts on the tragedies of September 11, The Tyrants in Therapy responded with this eloquent short film, set to their own music.
Greatest Hits (Last Chance Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Hungry For Nothing (Translation Loss). Review by Jen Cray.
L’Ordure & L’Etat Pur (La Mesnie Herlequin). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Our man in Seattle, Marcel Feldmar, provides a rundown of the most amazing bands to play in his city in 2001.
Various Artists (TKO). Review by Brian Kruger.