Trouble No More (Columbia). Review by Matt Cibula.
The Club @ Firestone is once again booking rock shows, and Seattle’s Minus The Bear packed the place for an eclectic evening of sounds. Jen Cray found the venue to be more inspiring than the bands.
Tom Waits brought his Glitter and Doom tour to Atlanta, and James Mann lived to tell the tale. The boy is changed!
When Mute Math come to town everyone should drop what they are doing and head for the show, which is exactly what Jen Cray did when this band hit Orlando.
Funny Cry Happy Gift (Up). Review by Terry Eagan.
James Mann finds that Atlanta’s Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ finally get their due in Scarred But Smarter
Interview by David Lee Beowülf
Rise Again (Man’s Ruin). Review by Tony Coulson
The design screams propaganda. Chaos, revolution, smash the state. The music …
Does the music industry chew artists up and spit them out, or do they do it to themselves? Lee Ann Leach ponders the issue of integrity in music.
Deadly Hi-Fi (Skunk). Review by Phillip Haire
Juramento Mantarraya (La Castanya / K Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy