- Music Reviews
- September 18, 2019
You Don’t Know Me (Southpaw Musical Productions). Review by Christopher Long.
Since I’ve been at home for the last month, I’ve wasted way too much time on the net. Do this too long and you get overloaded with information, so that you wouldn’t know a good idea if it bit you on the ankle. But one thing I can tell you without any fear of being
Bardo Pond (Fire ). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Film Noir – posted by Carl Gauze on September 07, 2011 21:47
Alkaline Trio celebrate 15 years of sweetly poppy gloom and doom with a greatest hits tour that allows them time to strip it all down for the fans. Jen Cray witnessed the bare bones at the band’s Orlando date.
I’m Back! Family & Friends (Cleopatra Records). Review by James Mann.
P-Orridge’s writing stands on its own.
Explorations (Riverside). Review by Carl F Gauze.
As an antidote to the sports-entertainment facade presented by the WWE, Card Subject To Change: Inside Pro Wrestling’s Underground succeeds.
12 Angry Men – posted by Carl Gauze on September 04, 2011 23:15
Great American Gingerbread (Filthy Bonnet Co). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The end of our empire – posted by James Mann on September 01, 2011 07:58
That the United States will no longer function as an empire is plainly evident to anyone who cares to look. Our government is, to put it nicely, “dysfunctional” – the actual word is criminal. It exists solely, at this late hour, to funnel money to the wealthiest 1%. There is no free market – not
Something Else!!!! (Riverside). Review by Carl F Gauze.