- Music Reviews
- September 18, 2020
Western Swing and Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs (La Honda Records/ Thirty Tigers). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
The Second Album (Wicked Cool Records). Review by Christopher Long.
The genius behind The Beach Boys played to a rapturous crowd in Atlanta, and Roi Tamkin was lucky enough to be there!
A Man Called Destruction (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Turn Out the Light, Turn on the Stereo. Review by Michelle Wilson.
Black and White. Review by Christopher Long.
Take a tour through the Pointless Forest with Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr.
Singles (Bananastan). Review by James Mann.
We Live in Rented Rooms (Merge Records). Review by James Mann.
The Bright Orange Years (Merge Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Sycamore Meadows (Original Signal Recordings/Power Ballad). Review by Christopher Long.
Pacific Ocean Blue (Sony/Capitol/Legacy). Review by Matthew Moyer.
You and I in the Kaleidoscope (Unsigned). Review by S D Green.
Bright Outside (Self-released). Review by Chris Catania.
Northern Drive (Matinee). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Not too many bands could recruit Pearl Jam as an opening act, but the boys from Rockford, Illinois once did. Steve Stav, who once asked his mom if she could knit him a checkered sweater, corrals guitarist Rick Nielsen for an expectedly humorous look at America’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll show.
Why Don’t We Talk About Something Else (Rainbow Quartz). Review by Aaron Shaul.
You Don’t Know Me (Karma Frog). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
“Oh, the albums I wish I had reviewed…” says Rob Walsh, Ink 19’s overworked reviews editor.
The Orchestra, Sadly, Has Refused (File 13 Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.