- Music Reviews
- May 23, 2019
Touch/Are You Alone (Bigmac Records). Review by Stacey Zering.
We visit a garden in Israel tended by adherents of the Baha’i Faith in this stunning documentary.
Phil Bailey braves the theater for bad movies, so we don’t have to. The worst flicks of 2018!
Captured Live (The Sign Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Couldn’t let 2018 get past us without a few quick takes!
Robert Altman’s take on British murder mysteries and class dynamics gets the reissue treatment.
A digital remaster of a classic 1973 progressive rock concert by Yes at the top of their career.
First Snow (Lucky Hound Music). Review by Andrew Ellis.
S/T. Review by James Mann.
Moon EP (Hearth). Review by Phil Bailey.
Bride of the Devil (Metropolis Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Cabaret of Daggers (Org Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Sheryl Crow plays the hits old and new on Live at the Capitol Theater.
Red Blooded American (Souletics Music) Review by Stacey Zering.
Young and old sing the songs of the season, just not all the ones you already know.
One of the most notorious horror films is back for its 40th anniversary.
Tyrel is the new feature by controversial Chilean director, Sebastián Silva, who here invites you to spend a weekend with the film’s African-American protagonist while he suffers through an alcohol-fueled and epically awkward birthday celebration.
If you have a problem distinguishing between highly inappropriate and hilarious, then Ian Koss thinks this show is for you.
Todd Allen Long sings an eclectic collection of Holiday favorites.
Vincent Castiglia is an painter, tattoo artist, metal guitarist and the man who captures amazing images in blood. Bloodlines takes you into his works and world.
A tourist guide to some of the fun things only locals know about in the City Beautiful and surrounding countryside.