- Music Reviews
- September 18, 2019
You Don’t Know Me (Southpaw Musical Productions). Review by Christopher Long.
Attention PA: – posted by James Mann on June 15, 2006 07:23
Laws? What’s dat? – posted by James Mann on June 15, 2006 07:19
Think on this… – posted by James Mann on June 15, 2006 07:12
Eric C. Novack’s earthy novel is grist for the mental mills of street intellectuals. His Killing Molly has Tom “Tearaway’ Schulte reminiscing over the lean comforts and late-night coffeehouse scenes of beatnik bachelorhood.
Sometimes, you have to weed through the junk to find the treasure. Well, here it is. Brittany Sturges meets Pawnshop Roses.
A classic of British parody gets a dazzling new facelift to match its yet thriving appeal, and Ian Koss happily discovers the old girl still delivers a sharp bite.
Straight out of the Philly music scene, Fooling April is probably one of the best kept secrets–and not for long. Brian Kenneth talks about the band’s summer plans, American Idol Underground and the worst karoke songs ever.
A City by the Light Divided (Island/Def Jam Records). Review by Brittany Sturges.
Testing the Atmosphere (Universal). Review by Andrew Ellis.
So Gone (Misra). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A Little Bit of Everything (BDR Productions). Review by Kyrby Raine.
How does a good church-going girl from Nashville end up launching a bad-girl look that’s still imitated fifty years later? Carl F Gauze fills us in on this biopic of the rightfully (if unwittingly) notorious Bettie Page
Have no fear, TTP is here! – posted by James Mann on June 08, 2006 13:07
Andrew Ellis talks music and much more besides with Blue October frontman Justin Furtenfeld.
Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion radio show comes to the big screen.
The “Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour” brings Fall Out Boy, All American Rejects, Hawthorne Heights and other teenage poster pin-up popstars to Tampa’s youth, to their parents, and to Jen Cray.
With the release of their new album, Teetering on the Edge, New Jersey’s the Medium chatted with Brittany Sturges about their first show, the Battle of the Bands, Prince and — oh yea, their favorite fruit.