- Music Reviews
- December 11, 2018
Beth Hart – Live At The Royal Albert Hall (Mascot Label Group/Provogue). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Generoso spoke with director Alice Rohrwacher at AFI Fest 2018 about her award-winning third feature, Happy as Lazzaro.
Codfish Hollow concert for Ian Noe and Colter Wall wows Jeremy Glazier.
The genius behind The Beach Boys played to a rapturous crowd in Atlanta, and Roi Tamkin was lucky enough to be there!
Jeremy Glazier gets up close and personal with Reverend Peyton and his Big Damn Band.
Counterparts and friends rocked the Soundbar in Orlando!
Louisville’s Second Annual Bourbon & Beyond Festival promised to be the two-day event of the year, but Mother Nature had other plans. Check out Michelle Wilson’s full recap.
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.
Harold Eggers account of his life with Townes Van Zandt is equal parts hilarious…and haunting.
AFI FEST 2018 is a wrap, and Generoso and Lily review and rank the sixteen new feature films they viewed at this vital film festival.
The hugely influential film has never looked better.
Torso gave us the slasher film, and is grisly good fun to boot.
Suspense-filled and brimming with beauties, Clyde Cooper is a campy, yet entertaining, noir-style “whodunit.”
A brief and relatively neutral history of the famous 1967 “Bigfoot” home movies.
A grindhouse classic returns.
Learn what piece of vinyl various pop stars first purchased in their youth.
The monumental giallo classic Deep Red gets a welcome reissue.
Director John Landis started his legendary career with Schlock!. The legend came later.
Magpie (Fiction). Review by Sean Slone.
Spirited Migration (At A Loss Recordings). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Apocalyptic sci-fi, Busby Berkeley, and the proto-punk of the Screamers collide head-on in this reissue of Rene Daalder’s lo-fi, hilarious, and terribly sad musical. Is that a twelve-year old Beck making a cameo?
Being a boy-girl pop duo definitely has its advantages! Ian Koss gets the details from Julian and Jan, the dynamic duo better known as Winterbrief.
The Radio Goodnight (Caulfield). Review by Marcel Feldmar
White2 (Southern Lord). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Frontline 1993-97: Rareities & Remixes (Nation / Beggars Banquet). Review by Bill Campbell.
Halfway through watching this stylish and engrossing French murder mystery, Carl F Gauze begin to suspect it was HE who was the killer after all.
Carnival Of Souls is the rarest of low budget films: a B-movie that tr…
Hush b/w Doin’ 12″ (Slinkey/Rampant). Review by Richard T. Thurston
(Win A Date With…). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Farm Fresh Onions (Audium). Review by Sean Slone.
Transplanting (Loosegroove). Review by Phil Bailey
Invisible Invasion (Deltasonic/Columbia Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Memphis Rent Party (Fat Possum Records). Review by James Mann.
Promoted as being headlined by Long Island’s soft Indie Rock crooners, As Tall As Lions, an early show at Orlando’s BackBooth was shuffled to allow Alt. Country talents, Band Marino to close the night. Jen Cray woke up early to make door time.
David Lee Beowulf discusses the finer things in life — Shakespeare, the Colorado Avalanche, kids, and the art of metal guitar — with Jag Panzer guitarist Mark Briody.
Break 4 Love (Star 69). Review by Terry Eagan.
Enter to Exit (In Music We Trust). Review by Tim Wardyn.