- Music Reviews
- July 29, 2021
9th and Walnut (Epitaph). Review by Scott Adams.
It’s hard to to live up to a name like Young Fresh Fellows when you’ve been at it for almost 40 years, but good time rock and roll never goes out of style.
Sound Salvation is resurrected with a howlingly good Halloween playlist that will weak the dead at your All Hallow’s Eve bash.
In order to locate the psychedelic rainbow treasure trove that is Joey Joesph, you will have to navigate and defeat countless auto-corrects.
Australian singer/songwriter Pamela Claire discusses her eclectic roots.
No need to worry about offending delicate sensibilities with this playlist. We’re not talking about profanity, so just take the title at face value.
If a mermaid learned to play surf guitar, she could give Olivia Jean some exciting competition, at least for a little while.
Stand Up! (Ruf Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
A brief run-through of some finds of 2019.
Misty Morning Dew. Review by Michelle Wilson.
Goth’s trajectory is dark and long. We send intrepid reporter Will Whalen to investigate.
The documentary film of the second Glastonbury Festival from 1971 shows the pinnacle of Brit youth revolt and innovative music from bands few remember.
Todd Allen Long sings an eclectic collection of Holiday favorites.
The Smashing Pumpkins’ return to glory is weird but brilliant. Jen Cray basks in over three hours of nostalgia and artistry.
Breaks It Down (Put Together Music). Review by James Mann.
The great Ronno – Mick Ronson – shines in this loving look at the glam-rock pioneer.
S/T (Silent X Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
A Sentimental Education (Double Feature Records). Review by James Mann.
Veteran alt-rockers keep heads bouncing at Cincinnati’s alt-treasure roadhouse the Motr Pub.
Step Into Light (33 1/3). Review by Christopher Long.