- Music Reviews
- July 16, 2019
Hey, Don Rey!. Review by Stacey Zering.
Lily and Generoso Fierro were fortunate enough to speak with director Juho Kuosmanen and cinematographer J.P. Passi after the debut of their sweet and poignant new film, The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki, the true story of the famed Finnish boxer and his shot at becoming the 1962 World Featherweight Boxing Champion.
The reissue of Love Is A Drag has James Mann recalling his father.
Honeyblood rocked with a great sound, close to perfect if it weren’t for the crappy sound mixing from Baby’s All Right.
From November 10th to the 17th, the American Film Institute Festival celebrated its thirtieth year of connecting audiences with world-renowned directors and actors by presenting new works and classic films. Lily and Generoso Fierro take you through the many special events, conversations, and most importantly, the reviews of twenty new feature films that premiered at this year’s festival in Hollywood.
Yellowcard bid farewell to 20 years worth of fans in Orlando, and Jen Cray was there to capture it all.
Recoil (Sweet Exchange Records) Review by Andrew Ellis.
We Are the Ones (Red River Records) Review by Christopher Long
In rural Pennsylvania a pair of gorgeous musicians head out to L.A. and try to make it big in rock and roll.
A look at the 2016 election and the path forward with political cartoonist Ted Rall.
No Sense EP (Fire Talk Records). Review by Jen Cray.
EJ (Provogue/Mascot Label Group). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Holiday for Strings (Don Giovanni Records). Review by James Mann.
Grimmly Ever After – posted by Carl Gauze on November 20, 2016 15:06
Pygmalion – posted by Carl Gauze on November 19, 2016 17:50
“Ring Spiel” Tour ’95 (Columbia Records). Review by James Mann.
Honeymoon on Mars (Freaks R Us). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Savoy Motel (What’s Your Rupture?). Review by Christopher Long
The Life – posted by Carl Gauze on November 16, 2016 11:18
Take one last look at the Subway Lounge, home of the last juke joint in Clarksville, Mississippi.
Mitski brings her stark bedroom pop to Orlando’s BackBooth, but Jen Cray finds openers Fear of Men and Weaves more delighting.