- Music Reviews
- July 17, 2018
Deep Exchange (Pangea Recordings). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Singer/songwriter Whitney Ann Jenkins discusses gun control and the Parkland tragedy that inspired her new single.
Back Where It All Begins – Dickey Betts makes a triumphant return to Macon, Georgia. Michelle Wilson was there to capture the magic.
Norway has a thriving jazz scene fueled by an obsession with innovation and generous support for the arts. Let’s take a look at three recent releases that explore the range of new sounds from Norway.
Joe Bonamassa mesmerizes outdoor concertgoers in St. Augustine, Michelle Wilson included.
What is noise? Steven Garnett delves deeply with two titans of sound.
New Found Glory kicked off their Sick Tour to a capacity crowd at Orlando’s House of Blues, and Jen Cray can confirm that it was, indeed, a SICK show.
George Clinton is throwing a year-long retirement party. Parliament Funkadelic may go on without him, but the party lasts until 2019.
Welcome to Rockville brings ROCK into the sweltering swamp of Florida for 3 days of bombastic thrills. Alberto Rivera reports from Jacksonville.
Somehow, Ben Vaughn manages to make time for an interview with Ian Koss in the midst of his many moods and projects.
Secret organizations are buying up the American political process and you are NOT going to be happy with the result in this charged political documentary.
A pulp writer gets sucked into a real murder in this stylish but slow 1970’s light weight thriller.
H.G. Lewis’ southern-fried splatter classic gets the deluxe Blu-Ray treatment from Arrow Films.
Boy meets girl, then they fall in love. What could be nicer than that? Oh, I don’t know. Different genomes, perhaps?
The infamous “Japanese Dracula” films from the early 1970s have come out of the shadows thanks to a new box set from Arrow Video.
Once Jerry Garcia died in 1995, The Grateful Dead went to hell. Read how.
Phil Bailey ain’t impressed with Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Joe D’Amato’s directorial debut makes its long awaited home video release.
Post-war Hollywood was WAY gayer than you might think.
Burlesque revives as an art form and is funnier than ever.
Silver Side Up (Roadrunner). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Somber Wurlitzer (Earthling). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Sex EP (Dirty Hit). Review by Jen Cray.
Philadelphonic (Okeh/550 Music). Review by Patrick Rafter
Ancestor (Kemado). Review by Jen Cray.
Electric Spanking Session (SURF). Review by David Lee Beowülf
No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls (Lava Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Hold On Love (Saddle Creek). Review by Aaron Shaul.
It Is What It Is (Little Red Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Do It For Love (U-Watch). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Boys + Girls EP (Jade Tree). Review by Keith Mercer
Northern Light (Metropolis). Review by Matthew Moyer.
It may seem implausible that a group of British convicts could become gardening champs, but Joel Hershman’s new film Greenfingers is actually loosely based on a true story! Carl F. Gauze lets you know whether this film deserves a (green) thumbs up.
Joni Mitchell (Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA, May 19, 2000). Concert review by David Whited.
Loud Like Nature (Mute). Review by Stein Haukland.
Annie Get Your Gun: Original Broadway Cast Recording (Angel). Review by David Lee Beowülf
One With The Birds 7″ (Palace). Review by Marcel Feldmar
Radio 7 (Trashbox). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Blackstar (Columbia Records). Review by May Terry.