Everything Starts Where It Ends (The Militia Group). Review by Jen Cray.
Industrial godheads Ministry are in the midst of a resurgence with a Greatest Fits album and an appearance in the summer blockbuster, A.I. Kiran Aditham talks with Paul Barker about label politics, soundalike bands, and why Filth Pig is the band’s greatest triumph.
Pictures from Life’s Other Side (Koch). Review by Troy Mayhew
Rehearsals For Departure (Sub Pop). Review by Marcel Feldmar
The liner notes paint a vivid picture, to pinpoint accuracy. On February 23, …
Experimental Musical Instruments (Ellipsis Arts). Review by Carl Glaser
Don Henley shares his timeless songs with a Florida crowd, and Michelle Wilson gets chills.
Compression (Favored Nations/Zain). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
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Global (Mass Appeal). Review by Bill Campbell.
What can you do when you’re the victim of a botched sex change operation and your boyfriend ditches you to become a rock star — with songs you wrote? John Cameron Mitchell’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch answers these burning questions, and Carl F. Gauze lets you know if they were worth asking.
The Damned was the first UK punk band to release an album. Join Captain Sensible and David Vanian as they look back over their long and winding career.