- The Lacking Organization
- July 10, 2020
Double Date With Death are loud and Canadian, and they don’t care if you don’t understand their French howling. They have a double date to get to.
The Cult turns the House of Blues in Orlando into the House of Good Mojo, not only delivering a killer set themselves, but allowing for Florida fans to get their first taste of a brand new stage of Against Me.
Mountaintops. Review by Tim Wardyn. Barsuk Records
Sky Full of Holes (Yep Roc Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Robert Lamm Songs: The JVE ReMixes (Blue Infinity/Chicago Records II). Review by Christopher Long.
The lightning and thunder of The Mars Volta fires up Yifat Grizman in Tel Aviv, but it’s openers Le Butcherettes that blow her mind.
13 Original #1 Hits (Rhino / Real Gone Music). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Undead Acts – posted by Carl Gauze on June 24, 2012 22:43
The Real Live Brady Bunch – posted by Carl Gauze on June 23, 2012 17:22
Suds: The Rocking 60’s Musical Soap Opera – posted by Carl Gauze on June 23, 2012 15:40
Puscifer is Maynard James Keenan’s bridge between the industrial, the electro, and the Arizona desert. Jen Cray tries to make sense of it all, gives up, and just relaxes into the strange psychedelia of their performance.
Black Cat Oil (Red Parlor). Review by James Mann.
Pixar re-imagines the “Disney princess”… or does the Disney princess get a dash of Pixar? It doesn’t matter, says Steve Stav, who predicts that gingers, archery, and tartan will reach peaks of popularity this summer. He tosses a few more cabers in his review of Brave.
Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC (Eagle Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Here’s Little Richard ( Specialty Records). Review by James Mann.
The Pitman Painters – posted by Carl Gauze on June 19, 2012 20:05
Complete Hit Singles A’s & B’s (Starday/ King / Real Gone Music). Review by Carl F Gauze.
A fittingly ambitious film for a fittingly artistic and poetic band.
May Terry gets lost in the neo-psychedelic haze when the Dandy Warhols play live at Irving Plaza.
Always (Polyvinyl). Review by Matthew Moyer.