- Screen Reviews
- June 4, 2020
A video streaming service replicates the ’90s with a revival and expansion of the cult TV show Night Flight.
Ron Fountenberry’s eclectic, hooky pop music more than lives up to his ostentatious-sounding alias. Julio Diaz talks stage names, fashion, and music biz politics with The Incredible Moses Leroy.
Various Artists (Palm). Review by Sarah Ludwig.
Bob Dinners and Larry Noodles present Tubby Turdner’s Celebrity Avalanche (The Communion Label). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Hutch (self-released). Review by Isaac Airbourne.
The Melvins are not only one of the most influential bands in the history of rock, they’re also one of the most prolific. Christopher R. Weingarten cornered drummer Dale Crover in a rare moment between touring and working on yet another new record.
Various Artists (Vanguard). Review by Sean Slone.
Action Figure Party (Blue Thumb/Universal). Review by Julio Diaz.
Electric Pocket Radio (Ultimatum). Review by Julio Diaz.
Exit Now (File 13). Review by Randall Stephens.
Reveal (Warner Bros.). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Lots of artists like to go into the studio to play with all the high-tech toys, but Self went in to record their new album on actual toys! Matt Mahaffey reveals the secrets of Gizmodgery to Bryan Tilford.
Bend are making quite a name for themselves on the Atlanta scene, with high-profile gigs opening for the likes of Ministry and Powerman 5000. Andrea Thompson bends the ears of vocalist Scott Dodds and guitarist Jason Grover of the up and coming alt-rock quintet.
Mutations (Geffen). Review by Drew Id