Various Artists (Wolfgang Morden/VICE). Review by Stein Haukland.
Hypno-Punko (Coldfront). Review by Patrick Rafter
Tom Schulte opened up this book expecting a straightforward telling of American-turned-Soviet rockstar Dean Reed’s life. What he ended up with was a crazy musical kaleidoscope of red, white, and blue… and more red.
Glitter in the Gutter (Adeline). Review by Jen Cray.
Washington State (Automatic Earth Recordings). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Jaco Pastorius described himself as the worlds greatest bassist. This new documentary shows he wasn’t lying. James Mann brings the low-down.
Various Artists (Lakeshore). Review by Rob Walsh.
Apocalyptica class up heavy metal with their unique triple cello approach, and Jen Cray is awed.
Ladies and gentlemen, please keep your seatbelts buckled until the Captain has turned off the fasten seatbelt sign. Once he has done so, feel free to move around, use the restrooms and stretch your legs. And Brittany Sturges reminds you: watch out for the reptiles.
The songwriting community has lost a hidden icon. David Whited shows us the man behind the curtain.
A Go Go/Carajillio/Prima Vera (Beanfield). Review by Aaron Schultz
The Ideal Home Music Library (Hush). Review by Carl F Gauze.