- The Lacking Organization
- July 3, 2020
It took Cheo a couple of years to get back into his usual Latin-flavored slinky tinkles after leaving his previous band, but we’re all glad to hear he’s back.
Hated 2008-2011 (Sacred Bones). Review by Scott Adams.
Antibalas brings the Afrobeat on Live From the House of Soul.
Golf Pop. Review by Carl F Gauze.
Better Than This (). Review by Carl F Gazue.
May Terry heads to Prospect Park for a musical speed date with Wild Flag that leaves the taste of six degrees of Riot Grrl in her mouth.
Lily and The Parlour Tricks sizzle up a hot summer night of swinging music in New York City, where May Terry time-warped her way back to the ’20s.
Good things come to May Terry, who waited through a half-dozen bands before Grass Widow closed out the Panache Northside Showcase in NYC.
Tauk whips up a savory auditory gumbo and serves it up at a hip lounge/bowling alley where May Terry dishes herself a hefty helping.
Soul music erupts in a renovated bowling alley in Brooklyn.
Shadow Temple (Captured Tracks). Review by Matthew Moyer.
High Violet (4AD). Review by Jeff Schweers.
Himalaya. Review by Matthew Moyer.
Scottish rockers Glasvegas rode into New York City on a wave of hype for two sold-out shows. With only one proper album to flaunt, the band nevertheless proved to Kiran Aditham that they can bring arena-sized sound to a mid-sized theater.
High Places (Thrill Jockey). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Oneida is one of the most adventurous bands in one of the most adventurous cities: Brooklyn, New York. P. McEver catches up with drummer Kid Millions between installments one and two for a few words on performing, creating, and bodily functions.
Preteen Weaponry (Jagjaguwar/Brah). Review by P. McEver.
943 Recluse (Recordhead / Mr. Whiggs). Review by Stein Haukland.
If They Knew This Was the End (Bar None). Review by Rob Walsh.