- 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 Very Beast of Dio Vol. 2 (Niji Entertainment Group). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Your God Is Dead to Me Now (Iron Horse Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
San Francisco’s The Stone Foxes jingle-rocked NYC’s Grammercy Theatre, helping May Terry shake the Christmas doldrums away with some great alternative-blues rock.
Robert Glasper and Friends find the Wonder in Jazz, and Lauressa Nelson is there to soak it all in at the Harlem Stage.
Tinsel and Lights (Merge Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Steve Stav interviews director Gary Weis about one of Saturday Night Live‘s most poignant moments, and discusses John Belushi, Brian Wilson, George Harrison, and The Rutles along the way.
Dreamers (Invogue Records). Review by Al Pergande.
Al Pergande recommends this Instagram adaptation of a little-known story by Rudyard Kipling with snappy dialog and cool, low-budget effects.
Die-hard fans, May Terry among them, mind-moshed and recalled their early days of musical aggression at Irving Plaza, thanks to legendary punk rockers, X.
The only essay you ever need to read about Gun Control – posted by David Lee Beowulf on December 16, 2012 15:00
Leonard, the Lonely Astronaut (101 Distribution). Review by Al Pergande.
The question on Matthew Moyer’s mind, when checking out the trimmed-down version of Cult of Youth, was this: will they still be able to pull off the rich hues and near-psychedelic textures of this album? The answer: a resounding YES!
On their fiftieth anniversary, The Rolling Stones have opened up the vaults to share some rare gems. This hit or miss early venture into film shows the band on tour in 1965. Just stick to the live stuff, and you’ll have no problems, says mega-fan James Mann.
Songs About Jane (10th Anniversary Edition) (Columbia Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Trouble Man (Hipp-O Select/Motown). Review by Scott Adams.
They could go from the greatest band you ever saw to an out of control drunken mess, all in the same song. Color Me Obsessed pays tribute to last great American band, The Replacements. You can color James Mann obsessed!