- Music Reviews
- September 25, 2020
Blue Hearts (Merge). Review by Scott Adams.
If you’re wondering if Acid Tongue is about having a particularly caustic wit, or about some sort of psychedelic dosage, the answer is yes.
The Prettiest Curse (Mom + Pop Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Coriky (Dischord). Review by Scott Adams.
Go ahead and call your band Great Grandpa. You better have something pretty weird up your sleeve.
Known for birthing two of the most iconic crossover anthems of the disco era -“You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)” and “Dance (Disco Heat)” Sylvester’s sensational 1978 set, “Step II” has just been reborn, via Craft Recordings.
Heartbreaker Please (Thirty Tigers). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Anyone. Review by Stacey Zering.
Generoso Fierro reviews Albert Serra’s new transgressive feature Liberté, winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
If a mermaid learned to play surf guitar, she could give Olivia Jean some exciting competition, at least for a little while.
Satirifunk (Dumparade Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Richard Jefferies classic looks like a new film in the Blu-ray reissue.
Born Ruffians hail from the Great White North, and they have an innate ability to craft razor-sharp hooks out of the simplest of riffs.
Across the Waves (Fluff and Gravy). Review by Christopher Long.
Just Words (Continental Holland). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Thoughts on the closing of Breakthrough Theater of Winter Park
The Dancing Devils of Djibouti (Ostinato ). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
They call it Hotlanta for a good reason, but I’m sure The Black Lips have enough bad attitude to have way more colorful names for their hometown.
Light Blue (Early Bird Records). Review by Stacey Zering.
Your Favorites (The Sign Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
M. Ward could get by on his smoky velvet voice alone, but he also happens to be a supreme connoisseur of what alert musicians call songcraft.