- Music Reviews
- May 24, 2019
Too Modern for Me. (Invisible Music Records) Review by Stacey Zering.
Don Felder took music fans down Eagles’ memory lane at Disney Epcot’s® Garden Rocks Concert Series, and Michelle Wilson loved every nostalgic moment of it.
Dance Gavin Dance, Don Broco, Covet and Hail The Sun rocked the House of Blues in Orlando!
Collective Soul blew the roof off the sold-out Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, Florida. Michelle Wilson was there to capture it all.
In a small town in the middle of the American West, an indie icon makes an intimate appearance, and Julius C. Lacking was there.
Goth’s trajectory is dark and long. We send intrepid reporter Will Whalen to investigate.
A Bowie Celebration – The David Bowie Alumni Tour hit the West Coast of Florida to perform the music of the legendary musician. Michelle Wilson was there and has the full recap of this stellar event.
The Talbott Brothers are well worth seeking out, according to Jeremy Glazier.
With the upcoming release of his eagerly awaited new album, 99 Cent Dreams, soul singer Eli “Paperboy” Reed speaks in depth about his songwriting process and working with the legendary vocal group, The Masqueraders, and Grammy winning producer, Matt Ross-Spang, with Generoso Fierro.
Boo Ray gets intimate with a small Iowa crowd. Jeremy Glazier is amongst the precious chosen few.
A young man searches for the secrets of his family and great Ramen.
This Blu-ray collection is certainly a great pick-up for fans of ’70s funky martial arts action.
Willem Dafoe stars in Abel Ferrara’s look at director and writer Pasolini.
A frustrated L.A. couple take their barking dog out to the country to find a sustainable, organic farmstead.
A celebration of teen sex comedies with a surprisingly nuanced look in the age of #metoo.
This suspenseful noir looks great in a new Blu-ray edition.
Foosball ruled the pre-videogame world, now its shrunk to a small cadre of aging enthusiasts.
Richmond, Virginia’s most eccentric street person gets his shot at national fame.
A lip-syncing scandal pits an American singer against an Italian male model over the legacy of 1980s ‘Italo Disco’ star Den Harrow.
Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols not only broke the color barrier in science fiction, she turned the astronaut corps into a slice of America.
White Houses (Greyday Productions). Review by Rob Levy.
Interludes For The Dead (Rhino Entertainment). Review by James Mann.
hosted by DJ Tony Touch (Insomniac). Review by Richard T. Thurston
The Phenomenon of Renewal (Resin). Review by Tom Minarchick
A master of the blues harp, Charlie Musselwhite left his Memphis home in 1962…
Featuring… (K). Review by Kurt Channing
Good Morning, Mr. Good. (54, 40′ or Fight!). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Julio Torres recounts Pennywise’s next-generation politically-infused punk-rawk assault in Boynton Beach, Florida.
Writer’s Block (Eulogy). Review by by Nick Plante.
Welcome to James MacLaren’s Inconvenience Store, a place where the host is as good as the coffee — bitter, scalding and guaranteed to wake your ass up. We are given a brief tour of the amenities by Columns Editor Matthew Moyer. No shirt, no shoes, and definitely no service.
Interview by Shad Clark
HostReview by Mike Cuccaro
Eight Balls in Reverse (Orange). Review by Julio Diaz.
Awaiting Take Off (Self-Released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Singles (Bananastan). Review by James Mann.
Tastemaking indie label Third Man Records have sent out some of their most vicious and visceral punk bands on their first ever label-showcase tour, Audio Social Dissent. Jen Cray was front and center.
This Is For Real (Mute). Review by Danny Lewis.
A low-level rock and roll journalist sets out to do a fluff piece on a washed-up band and ends up discovering he has a family.