- Music Reviews
- October 19, 2018
Poor Until Payday (Family Owned Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Paul Rodgers, Jeff Beck and Ann Wilson unleashed a potent triple bill for the last night of their Stars Align Tour in Tampa. Michelle Wilson was there to rock out with the 70s superstars.
Jeremy Glazier sits down with Gary Louris of The Jayhawks.
Belmont/ Such Gold rocked the Soundbar in Orlando!
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are On the Run again, taking their co-headlining tour to stadiums all across the land. When they dropped down in Orlando, curiosity brought Jen Cray through the gates.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Beth Hart offered a healthy serving of blues in Orlando, and Michelle Wilson was there to savor the sweet experience.
Tampa was rockin’ with Chicago and REO Speedwagon, and Michelle Wilson was rockin’ right along with them.
After 24 years of punk rock summers, the Van’s Warped Tour takes one final tour around the country. Jen Cray was at one of the final dates to bask in the bittersweet beauty one last time.
Touted as “a charming dark comedy with a vintage vibe,” the directorial debut from Lisa Mikitarian is a clever and quirky, Coen-caliber creation.
Based on true events, The Pyjama Girl Case is a reflective piece of Italian giallo film making.
The Cat O’ Nine Tails is an early classic from Dario Argento.
The Blu-ray reissue of the Italian What Have They Done to Your Daughters is an unnerving watch.
The authorized biography of the great southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd from its founding in Jacksonville, FL to their tragic plane crash in Missippi.
The hugely influential films of Sartana are served well in this lavish box-set.
Groundbreaking all women reggae-infused punk group the Slits finally get the documentary treatment.
Absolutely bonkers tale of international intrigue full of kung-fu, action, and nudity, with a barely-comprehensible star.
John Perry Barlow was an American renaissance man, and his memoir is a trip…Grateful Dead style.
Holidayland (Restless). Review by Julio Diaz.
Various Artists (Mutant Sound System). Review by drew West
A cinema adaptation of H.G Bissnger’s award winning book about Odessa, Texas’ Permian Panthers tumultuous 1988 season. Rob Levy struggles to be heard above the cheer of the crowd.
The Grand Theatre Vol. Two (New West Records). Review by Sean Slone.
Interview by David Lee Beowülf
Mobilize (Rounder). Review by James Mann.
Only With Laughter Can You Win (Sub Pop). Review by Stein Haukland.
Dash Shaw has been one of the most innovation cartoonists of the last decade. His new animated film, My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea, voiced by Reggie Watts, Lena Dunham, and Jason Schwartzman, was illustrated by hand over a six year period. Lily and Generoso Fierro sat down with Shaw at AFI Fest for an interview.
The Contino Sessions (Time Bomb/Concrete). Review by Troy Mayhew
Behold! Live in Chicago (Meek). Review by Bill Campbell.
Elianne Halbersberg has an insightful conversation with Taddy Porter’s quite punctual Kevin Jones.
Cesarean (Escape Artist). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
A Nasty Piece of Work (BYO). Review by David Lee Beowülf
What It Is (Kimchee). Review by Stein Haukland.
The Last Pale Light in the West (Liberty & Lament /The Rebel Group). Review by Jen Cray.
Oyaya! (Columbia Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Brian Kruger enumerates the things we take for granted today that would not have existed without The Ramones.
Available Light (March). Review by Stein Haukland.
Inhale/Exhale (Relapse). Review by Jeremy Wernow