- Music Reviews
- March 20, 2019
Sunshine Blues (Lakehouse Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
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.
He’s produced everyone from Herbie Hancock to Soundgarden. Michael Beinhorn tells about the art of music production.
Generoso speaks with director, Talal Derki, about his Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature nominated film, Of Fathers and Sons.
It was a night of songs and stories with Croz and friends.
Generation Axe brought their spectacular shredder show to Orlando in December, and Michelle Wilson was right there among the fans to get her face melted off.
Couldn’t let 2018 get past us without a few quick takes!
Dead Horse Nebula director, Tarik Aktaş, speaks with Generoso Fierro about his AFI Fest 2018-selected debut feature.
The Florida Man Music Festival lit up the Orlando Amphitheater with a bunch of acts chosen by FM 101.9 (Orlando’s New Alternative radio station). Jen Cray approved.
Seaway rocked the Soundbar with Trophy Eyes, Microwave and more!
Generoso spoke with director Alice Rohrwacher at AFI Fest 2018 about her award-winning third feature, Happy as Lazzaro.
This horror classic shines in it’s new Blu-ray reissue.
Generoso Fierro reviews Italian-English director Franco Rosso’s uncompromised masterpiece about racial tensions in late 70s London, Babylon, which arrives to US theaters for the first time on March 8th.
The Fifth Cord seems more art house then grindhouse.
The winner of the Golden Bear at the 2018 Berlinale, Touch Me Not, Adina Pintilie’s experimental feature, challenges conventions while examining the fear of intimacy.
Dick Cavett gets inside the comic mind of Robin Williams, Richard Lewis, Bobcat Goldwait, Gilbert Gottfried and more.
Guillermo del Toro gives a new look at gothic horror in Crimson Peak.
For his 47th feature, The Image Book, which won the first Special Palme d’Or at Cannes, Jean-Luc Godard continues to evolve cinematic language as he searches for the meaning and truth of image and sound.
The King of Cult Movies gives us pinky violence with this Japanese classic.
More gore from the wizard of shock, Herschell Gordon Lewis.
Event Review by Michael D. Fellows
The graphic sequences of sex, war, famine and death in Director Simon Pummell’s Bodysong might make you queasy. But not for the obvious reasons. Eric J. Iannelli explains.
Interview by Holly Day
Interview by Marcel Feldmar
Sad Man Happy Man (ATO Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Lapsed (Matador). Review by Charles D.J. Deppner
One More Bridge To Cross (Mighty Music ). Review by James Mann.
The Air Salesman (International Hits). Review by Jen Cray.
Reunion (Epic). Review by David Lee Beowülf
You Are The One (Treasure Chest). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Soundtrack (Shooting Gallery/V2). Review by Phil Bailey
American Style (self-released). Review by Isaac Airbourne.
Our normally cheerful editor, James Mann, is cranky on the subject of public noise pollution masquerading as nostalgia.
Make A Move (Moon Ska NYC). Review by Julio Diaz
Win, Win Or Win (Dial M). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Caribou come to Florida to repay Canada’s debt for bands like Loverboy. S D Green was there to bear witness and soak up all the positive karma from this Canadian music renaissance.
It’s taken Deerhoof thirteen years to grab widespread attention, but now that the media is paying attention the fans have followed. Jen Cray was one among many who crammed into The Social in Orlando, FL, to see what all the fuss is about.
Protein Source of the Future… Now! (Ajax). Review by Anton Wagner
The ’59 Sound Sessions (Sidewinder). Review by Andrew Ellis.