- Music Reviews
- July 23, 2019
I Believe in You. Review by Stacey Zering.
The Hobbit movies have official release dates, bringing out the – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 31, 2011 10:25
Le Butcherettes unleash their inner she-beast at an Orlando show that not only wowed Jen Cray, but won over a venue full of macho Deftones fans.
Ugetsu (Riverside). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Jim Tressel resigns (as advised by this guy!) – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 30, 2011 15:50
Words for You (Hip-O Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
In 1979, an elementary school stages a full production of Uncle Vanya on Broadway. This documentary revisits the cast and crew and reports on where they are now.
THE Ohio State University needs to fire coach Jim Tressel now, o – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 27, 2011 15:53
The Dwarves Are Born Again (MVD Entertainment Group). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Bobby Fischer defeats the Soviets at their own game, and then goes bat-shit crazy. Pretty impressive for a nerdy boy from Brooklyn.
Sarah, seriously? – posted by James Mann on May 26, 2011 08:05
Lollipop (Megaforce Records). Review by James Mann.
Gail Worley recommends Carl Palmer Drum Solos for all types of drumming fans (even if they just like drumming a little bit).
Guest writer throws down some NBA smack talk. – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 25, 2011 12:34
CD Review – Avril Lavigne – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 25, 2011 12:00
Carl F Gauze slobbers over the juicy details of a rock star groupie’s Mad Men and LSD days.
Know Thyself (Interchill). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Top 5 Surprises One-Third of the Way Through the MLB Season – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 24, 2011 15:16
CD Review – The Felice Brothers – posted by Tim Wardyn on May 24, 2011 12:00
My Chemical Romance was never high on Jen Cray‘s list of favorites, but the years have been kind to both the band’s songwriting and to their ability to stage a live show. In Orlando, as on virtually every other date of their 2011 World Contamination Tour, a sold-out sign screamed across the venue’s marquee.
Too Beautiful To Work (Dead Oceans). Review by Matthew Moyer.