- Sound Salvation
- October 25, 2020
Sound Salvation is resurrected with a howlingly good Halloween playlist that will weak the dead at your All Hallow’s Eve bash.
Word on the street (OK, biology class) is that an ant can carry up to 25 times its body weight. As beatmeister for hip-hop duo Atmosphere, Ant has been delivering truly heavy funk for over a decade. Chris Catania goes backstage to get the lowdown on Ant’s beats, rhymes, and life.
Many Ways (Double Moon). Review by Chris Catania.
LA Heat (No Threshold). Review by Chris Catania.
Joao Gilberto = Bliss – posted by James Mann on December 31, 2008 07:17
Guess who’s the third most popular Russian? – posted by James Mann on December 31, 2008 06:53
Criticize us? No crackers and grape juice for you – posted by James Mann on December 31, 2008 06:49
Alex Robinson‘s latest graphic novel takes you back to a place you might not be ready for — 10th grade. Bruce Phillips enjoys the trip.
Monsters & Silly Songs (Versatile ). Review by Chris Catania.
Freddie Hubbard, RIP – posted by James Mann on December 30, 2008 07:40
Tanks in the streets, baby. Tanks in the street… – posted by James Mann on December 30, 2008 07:32
Now they’re ramming aid ships? – posted by James Mann on December 30, 2008 07:28
This deluxe anniversary edition of Dave Zimmer’s exhaustive CSN (and Y!) history offers a good many clues as to what exactly killed the hippie dream, thinks Matthew Moyer.
Can’t Come Down (Rainbow Quartz). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
The Last Pale Light in the West (Liberty & Lament /The Rebel Group). Review by Jen Cray.
The utter crap we’re fed – posted by James Mann on December 29, 2008 07:19
A monument to a lie – posted by James Mann on December 29, 2008 07:05
Sounds like 2010 will be a doozy… – posted by James Mann on December 29, 2008 06:48
Great voices and Celtic Music from a band made popular on PBS lilt through the UCF Arena. Carl F Gauze knows it’s going to be an early, and comfy, night.
In which our hero, Addam Donnelly, gets his dirty old church mouth cleaned out by Portugal. The Man, and a sound that defies description. Fortunately, he expected the unexpected.