- Music Reviews
- November 16, 2018
Skiff (Spiritual Pajamas). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Jeremy Glazier gets up close and personal with Reverend Peyton and his Big Damn Band.
New Wave Rockers Midge Ure and Paul Young brought their co-headlining tour to Orlando, and Michelle Wilson was there to enjoy two of her favorites from the ’80s.
Sting & Shaggy kicked off the North American leg of their co-headlining 44/876 Tour in Jacksonville, and Michelle Wilson was on hand to see her favorite musician.
5 Seconds of Summer steal the hearts of a sold-out crowd, including our own Vanna Porter.
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.
The monumental giallo classic Deep Red gets a welcome reissue.
Director John Landis started his legendary career with Schlock!. The legend came later.
An evil rabbit takes a young man on a horrible journey.
The later films of the horror legend are collected – for good or ill – on the Boris Karloff Collection.
Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji is a surprising take on the Samurai film.
Leonard Cohen and Eric Lerner shared an interest in Zen and much more in their forty-year friendship.
Horrors of Malformed Men begs for a Midnight Movie release.
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.
Come to Daddy EP (Warp/Sire). Review by Tony Coulson
Bill Murray — who seems to have developed a predilection for serious yet off-beat roles in slowly-paced films — stars in Jim Jarmusch’s latest as a sleuthing ex-Lothario. Brian Heater investigates.
The Saturday Nite Agenda (Grit). Review by Stein Haukland.
From Here to There (Moonshine). Review by Aaron Schultz
The Deftones, with Glassjaw, at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL on July 25, 2000. Concert review and photos by Jen Lato.
Surf music from the hills of North Carolina washes up on the Orlando shore and pelts Carl F Gauze with free fried chicken. Southern Culture on the Skids is back in town.
The idea of a sextet of black vocalist performing a tribute to Frank Zappa ma…
A deliciously mysterious book for children of all ages, including you.
I love this band. A pop/punk dream – like the progeny of some long forgotten,…
Tropical Brainstorm (Instinct). Review by Bill Campbell.
Love Hurts / Libeschmertzn (Golem). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Ka (Deary Me). Review by Kurt Channing
Damnation And A Day (Sony). Review by Zoltan Drago.
A look at the 2016 election and the path forward with political cartoonist Ted Rall.
It’s hard to get a handle on Elk City, in part because the music lulls you…
Victorious (Nettwerk). Review by Aaron Shaul.
On Point And Red (endearingrecords). Review by Ryan Scarrow.
Thanks to a Dark Night of freelance unemployment that brought her Weezer, Gail Worley brings Ink 19 an interview with Pat Wilson, who totally rocks.
Life Happens (Beracah Records). Review by James Mann.