That’s What We’re Here For (This is the Chopper). Review by Matt Cibula.
Living Colour,Jazz,fusion,free form,instrumental,experimental,groovy,Vernon Reid & Masque,Known Unknown,Favored Nations,Joe Frietze
Last Train Home (Foghat Records). Review by Matt Parish.
Words of Surrender (Lorelei Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Jen Cray returns for a dip in the summertime pool of musical evolution that is Warped Tour — along with a hundred thousand fans or so.
Lit from Within (Parliament of Trees). Review by Tim Wardyn.
guns n roses,gnr,tribute,cover,metalcore,metal,heavy metal,Various Artists,Bring You To Your Knees: A Tribute To Guns N' Roses,Law of Intertia,Nick Plante
Someone in Madison is Praying for You (And It’s Not Me) (Commie Martyr 512). Review by Chris Catania.
Three months before his death, Miles Davis revisited his earlier work with Gil Evans. Live at Montreux is an incredible glimpse of his genius.
Afternoon Tea (Permanent Press). Review by David A Clark
A young man searches for the secrets of his family and great Ramen.
Chris Catania takes in a Chicago concert by Patrice Pike, contestant on the recent “Rock Star Supernova” show, and he ends up seeing a serious performer, and not a one-trick pony, whose career may have been harmed, rather than helped, by reality television exposure.