- Music Reviews
- November 21, 2019
Silent Oblivion. Review by Stacey Zering.
Across the Sea (Fortified Audio). Review by Carl F Gauze.
What Kind of World (Readymade). Review by Sean Slone.
The Davies and the Gallaghers have nothing on the original brother duo, The Louvin Brothers. Satan Is Real tells the story of Charlie and Ira, and it’s a corker!
This One’s for Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark (Icehouse Music). Review by James Mann.
Rick Springfield is alive and well and rocking hard from cruise ships to Swedish metal festivals. And if you ever fantasized about middle-aged groupies, you’ll love this documentary.
The Russian Wilds (American Recordings). Review by John Cogburn.
This unauthorized documentary on The Beatles’ Apple Records portrays a sad tale of talent wasted, careers crushed, and a few miraculous successes that never went anywhere.
Nigger Please, I Ain’t Lied Yet, and Two or Three Times a Day (Cult Collectibles). Review by Scott Adams.
Songs for a New World – posted by Carl Gauze on May 06, 2012 18:55
Agnes of God – posted by Carl Gauze on May 06, 2012 12:19
David Johansson peers into the donkey-cart abyss that is Brevard Busking Coalition, and comes out mostly unscathed.
Does the long-anticipated superhero all-star flick live up to the hype? Steve Stav‘s short answer is “Hulk smash!”
A new book by punk legend Mike Watt showcases his photography skills.