Reveille (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Matthew Moyer.
White Night, Floating Anchor (Emperor Jones). Review by Stein Haukland.
The New Leader (N2O). Review by Chris Catania.
Southside Blues (RockBeat Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The former Veruca Salt frontwoman has struck out on her own, releasing her first solo album, Tonight and the Rest of My Life. What better occasion for Nina’s biggest fan, fellow rock star Sir Millard Mulch, to have a few words "With Nina Gordon"?
A banker with a midlife crisis becomes an artist with a sequined cape and a mission to bring peace to the world.
"What’s in a Name…?" (Alternative Tentacles). Review by Nathan T. Birk.
All that glitters may not be gold, yet somehow Oscar has retained his luster for 73 years. John P. Wasser meditates on the allure of the Academy Awards and the significance of the multicultural feel of this year’s ceremony.
(Various Artists). Review by David A Clark
Everybody loves a trainwreck, and when it happens in Genoa, it’s irresistible. Carl F Gauze pauses to gawk.
The Get Up Kids have, thankfully, outgrown the pop punk emo bands that copped their style 10 years ago, as a recent Orlando date proved to virgin listener Jen Cray.
18 Songs About Golf (Pop Secret). Review by Anton Wagner