A Foul Form (Castleface Records). Review by Charles DJ Deppner.
Mighty Love. Review by Carl F. Gauze.
The Wrecks feed fans butter and whiskey at the Beacham Theater as RJ Bowen steps up for a taste.
Mommyheads announce new cerebral pop-prog record; share first song/video
Jack White on a big, fat roll with Entering Heaven Alive.
Henry Hall dances to own tune and not that of famous mother Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Third Eye Blind & Alexis Krauss (Sleigh Bells) Share Live Version of “Losing a Whole Year / Screamer,” Neutralizing Carbon on 2022 Tour
Spend an evening in this prohibition-era hot spot somewhere up in Harlem.
KnuckleBonz Rock Iconz Collectible Statue Honors Metallica’s Cliff Burton
A delightful stop motion animation about a snail separated from his tribe.
The Reckoning (RidingEasy Records). Review by CarlF. Gauze.
Nozhet El Nofous (Simsara Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Keep For Cheap (Refresh Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Ben Harper’s latest single, “Need To Know Basis,” showcases the distinctive sound of the Clavinet, performed by legendary keyboardist Larry Goldings.
Dolly Parton, Alabama, Jimmie Allen, Randy Houser, Rascal Flatts, Chase Rice, Toby Keith, Lainey Wilson, Uncle Kracker and more join renowned Jamaican artists Positive Vibrations on Country Goes Reggae.
Software engineer Ron Welber and music producer Shay Moshe Moshe, The Well Bears, release their “UFO / Song 8” AA side.
Smile Before Death, The Weapon, the Hour, and the Motive, and The Killer Reserved Nine Seats lurk in the shadows no longer, thanks to the latest limited edition of Arrow’s Giallo Essentials. Phil Bailey reviews three films.
Stunt Rock (RidingEasy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Singer-Songwriter Susie Suh’s “Blood Moon” is as beautiful as its volcanic backdrop.
The list of legends and icons Diane Warren has written for, from Aretha Franklin to Willie Nelson to Reba McEntire to Cher, is jaw-dropping.
Bay Area band Adult School releases first LP No Party on Lavasocks Records.
Up the Hill and Through the Fog (SloMusic). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Hear and watch Andrew Combs’s moody little mini-movie “Anna Please” today.
“Ramon Ayala,” winning independent single from Giovannie and the Hired Guns, will appear on album Tejano Punk Boyz later this year.
Scream (Dorado Records). Review by Charles DJ Deppner.
As the Rastafarian messiah who will lead Africans to freedom, Haile Selassie’s birthday is one of the holiest days of the year.
Robyn Hitchcock has announced the long awaited release of SHUFFLEMANIA, the veteran British artist’s first full-length collection in over five years.
Todd Fancey of The New Pornographers releases fifth solo album Star Dreams in August 2022.
War Hippies currently tours the U.S., with a first stop in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Tim DeLaughter is currently on the road, sharing The Polyphonic Spree’s music spontaneously in remote outdoor settings.
Dr. John’s Final Studio Album Things Happen That Way Comes Out September 23, 2022
Chaka Khan’s latest single comes out worldwide July 29. What have you done in the last 50 years? From Ink 19 News.
Journey’s latest album Freedom unsurprisingly debuts at #1 on a music chart. From Ink 19 News.
Chema García Ibarra’s haunting mix of UFOs and crime hits Blu-ray in a two-disc release from Arrow. Phil Bailey reviews.
The life story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan is filled with hope and despair. Carl F. Gauze reviews the musical.
Can rock and roll break the color barrier in 1950s Tennessee? Carl F. Gauze reviews.
Carl F. Gauze reviews a menacingly large book on the prolific outsider artist Steve Keene.
In Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend, a former late-night television host takes to podcasts and wages a merciless war in the making of friends. Review by Charles D.J. Deppner.
Robot. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Burn the Rails (Pravda Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Beja Power! Electric Soul and Brass from Sudan’s Red Sea Coast (Ostinato Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Growing Up (Epitaph). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Carl F. Gauze samples six new pieces of Musical Theater!
Halloween Nuggets (Liberation Hall). Review by Charles D.J. Deppner.
Computerized police work in 1987? What could possibly go wrong? Carl F. Gauze reviews.
Winner of the Jury Prize of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Memoria subtly draws viewers into a connective reality shaped by the sounds and images emerging from the unknown. Lily and Generoso share their thoughts on the film, currently touring North America.
Lose a job? Eh, there’s always another one. Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Episode 007 features new music by Jack White, Snail Mail, and crêpe girl, and 2 sweet Yoko Ono covers from Stephin Merritt and Deerhoof. Stick around for joy!
Feel The Void (Equal Vision Records). Review by Charles D.J. Deppner.
Chloe Okuna’s new thriller Watcher is an immersive journey into fear. Review by Phil Bailey.