- Music Reviews
- April 26, 2019
Mettavolution (ATO Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
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.
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.
Animated bugs journey across the Atlantic to save a pristine beach.
A precursor to the slasher film, this giallo classic manages to be both creepy and titillating at the same time.
Director Bi Gan’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night is an atmospheric and ambitious deconstruction of cinematic motifs, narrative, and time that forces us to re-evaluate how we understand film, our memories, and how they intertwine.
Luigi Bazzoni’s giallo is a classic ghost story, now on Blu-ray.
Two film noir classics get the Blu-ray touch.
With 38 albums under her belt, sixties pop sensation Melanie is still performing.
The films of the movie comedienne Alice Howell are a great glimpse of early film-making.
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 Acid Lounge is just as it sounds; an hour of trippy, jazzy sounds …
Theme for a Major Hit (Jump Up!/Victory). Review by Jason Feifer
With two new solo albums, releases with Wilco, Jim O’Rourke, and countless others, the rarely heard from Glenn Kotche speaks. Matt Wellins gives the drummer some!
The Last Men on Earth (Small Stone). Review by Stein Haukland.
The New American Century (Self-Released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
“Sincerely, L. Cohen: A Live Celebration” (Potato Family Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Fearless (Dr. L’s Music). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Somber Wurlitzer (Earthling). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Until the End (Artemis Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Indoor Universe (Birdman). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Demolished Thoughts (Matador). Review by Chet Barker.
There is No Home (Magic Marker). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Teaser- 40th Anniversary Vinyl Edition Box Set (UDR Music). Review by James Mann.
Dick Vaughn’s Moribund Music of the ’70s (Seeland). Review by Kurt Channing.
Safety, Fun and Learning (In That Order). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Days of Purgatory (Century Media). Review by Jeremy Wernow
Dopethrone (The Music Cartel/Rise Above). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
40 years past the original, Heartworn Highways Revisited captures the next round of Outlaw country.
Scandal, Controversy & Romance (Almo). Review by David A Clark