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All the Sandy Bottom characters come to life in The Spongebob Musical at the Orlando Rep. Carl F. Gauze reviews.
55th Anniversary Super Deluxe Double LP (Don Giovanni Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Macabre masterpiece The House that Screamed gets a stunning Blu-ray makeover, revealing a release good enough to convert non-believers. Phil Bailey reviews.
Ink 19’s Stacey Zering talks with writer Doug Bratton, who takes us inside his indie murder mystery comic book series, Isolation.
On today’s show, Charley Deppner, Eszter Balint, and Pat Greene enjoy a discussion of terror, punk rock, and the duality of musical genius.
In this episode, Jeremy Glazier talks with Tim Bluhm and Greg Loiacono of The Mother Hips, just as their entire back catalog is released on vinyl in partnership with the Blue Rose Foundation.
When We Disappear (Blue Rose Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
This week, savvy shopper Christopher Long scores an abused vinyl copy of The Long Run, the 1979 Eagles classic, from a local junkie for a pack of smokes and a can of pop.
Black Holes Are Hard to Find (Nemu Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Carl F. Gauze reviews his second As You Like It in three days, the latest a candy-colored complexity from Rollins College’s Annie Russell Theatre.
Forget Me Knots (American Standard Time). Review by Judy Craddock.
Valiant Women (Jenn Howard). Review by Christopher Long.