Back in the USA….
….and I know how lucky I am, boy.
I’ve hit the US soil, set up US house and now have some US TV.
Be warned, Linda’s back.
Little Feat was one of America’s greatest bands, and Ben Fong-Torres serves them well in Willin’
Tales From The Asphalt Dancefloor (Vodka Tonic). Review by Chris Catania.
Kurr (Ever). Review by Aaron Shaul.
One of the most interesting new labels on the indie pop scene is the New Hampshire-based Red Carpet Ring. Randall Stephens talked with label founder Paul Vittum to find out what’s new at the home of such bands as the Princeton Reverbs Colonial, My Place in Space, and Fablefactory.
Sometimes a band will get so wrapped up in the miniscule technicalities of co…
This is the first time that either of these two classic recordings by the Que…
1977-2002 (self-released). Review by Jason Michelitch.
Plague Soundscapes (Anti). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Big Green Issue is out, and from Matthew Moyer‘s description, if you don’t have this you should be a bit verdant with envy for those who do.
Revolverlution (Koch). Review by Rob Walsh.
Event Review by Phil Bailey
Event Review by Roi J. Tamkin