Last month, we completely mixed up Aaron Schultz’s review for Truby Trio/Beanfield, identifying the second band as “The Season” when in fact that’s the name of Beanfield’s album. We apologize for the error.
5 (Virgin). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Coming Home (Suretone/Geffen). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Unmap (JagJuaguwar). Review by Matthew Moyer.
What’s inside the Sleepytime Gorilla Museum? What are its operating hours, and is there a gift shop? Do seniors get a discount? Sir Millard Mulch, lacking a proper brochure, details the workings of an improbable destination with Nils Frykdahl.
Three women deal with stray dogs and dysfunctional relations, then one of them dies and everyone else cries. Obviously, Carl F Gauze isn’t feeling Maggie Estep’s new novel.
Steve Stav finds himself tongue-tied when he engages his favorite chanteuse-next-door in a revealing Q&A.
What’s Happening Here (Sunseasky). Review by Marcel Feldmar.
Power In Numbers (Interscope). Review by Bettie Lou Vegas.
Secret Club (New Grenada Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The 1975 bring back ’80s inspired synth pop to a generation that didn’t even know they were missing it. Jen Cray surrenders to the beat.
Flying Saucer Tour, Vol. 1: Pittsburgh, PA, 6/20/91 (Rykodisc). Review by Matt Cibula.
Roger Hodgson may not be a household name, but you’re certainly familiar with his voice and his work. As the former Supertramp member makes his way across America, Bryan Tilford finds out where his distinctive voice has been hiding and what he plans to do with it.