- Music Reviews
- October 23, 2020
The Loneliness in Me (Mal Records). Review by Christopher Long.
DK40 (Manifesto Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Turn of the century watch dial painters intentionally consume radium, leading to death and profits for the American Radium Company.
Where The Action Is (Cooking Vinyl). Review by James Mann.
Keoma is a stellar take on the Spaghetti western.
Asbury Park, New Jersey has an almost mythic reputation as the home of the Jersey Sound. This new documentary tells of the cities glory days and the hard times that followed the 1970 riots.
The cross-dressing comic returned to Memphis with history, philosophy, and plenty of laughs.
Too Modern for Me. (Invisible Music Records) Review by Stacey Zering.
At Home in the Blue Ridge (Blue Hens Music). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Touch/Are You Alone (Bigmac Records). Review by Stacey Zering.
Sex, drugs, adultery, murder and finally, redemption – it’s all intertwined in the tale of Trent Davis, the “star” of author Christopher Long‘s latest, Superstar.
Moloko Plus is a monthly experimental music event in Orlando, Florida.
General Magic invented the smart phone in 2002, but just couldn’t get it to market. That’s just how they rolled.
Alternative 90s rockers Blue October rolled into Central Florida for a two-night run at House of Blues, and Michelle Wilson was blown away.
Pahokee produces sugar cane and poverty, but some the brighter students might make it to the big time with a college degree and a new zip code.
When An Electric Storm. (Educational Recordings) Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Charismatic. Review by Stacey Zering.
A young man searches for the secrets of his family and great Ramen.
Keep On (Concord Records). Review by James Mann.
Don Felder took music fans down Eagles’ memory lane at Disney Epcot’s® Garden Rocks Concert Series, and Michelle Wilson loved every nostalgic moment of it.
Alfred Sergel IVtet (The Tam Tam Group). Review by Stacey Zering.