Beat, Surf, Fun (Magic Marker). Review by Julio Diaz.
Beginning. Review by Andrew Ellis.
M*A*S*H creator Mike Farrell takes a rental Prius on a cross-country book tour and ruminates on the 2008 political climate. Carl F Gauze suspects it’s a Hummer with a Prius shell.
Mike Garrigan is something of a music industry veteran. Stints in modern rock outfits Collapsis and Athenaeum as well as a career as a solo artist have provided the singer/songwriter/musician with a rich seam of experience in what is a cut-throat industry. With the release of his new band’s EP, he tells Andrew Ellis why he’s back in front of the mic again.
Incendiary, Luminary (Silvermen Music). Review by James Mann.
Don Solaris (ZTT/Hypnotic). Review by Curtis Copland
Live in 1967 (Forty Below Records). Review by James Mann.
Every Man and Woman is a Star (Darla). Review by Terry Eagan.
According to biographer Martin James, English band The Prodigy is the best rock band, period. Understandably, Dan Stapleton is somewhat skeptical.
In the Cold Light of Morning (Beggars Banquet). Review by Matthew Moyer
The Sounds of Change (Take Hold/ Hopeless Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Lee Ann Leach has her own slant on being a good Christian, and she’s not afraid to admit that it doesn’t always agree with the scriptures.