- Music Reviews
- August 17, 2018
Out of the Blues (Concord Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Kalenda (Rice Pump Records). Review by James Mann.
Forever and Then Some (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Carrboro (Bloodshot Records). Review by James Mann.
For the Kids (Partisan Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Ash & Ice (Domino). Review by Jen Cray.
Dodge and Burn (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Jack White gives his new hometown of Nashville an epic show that involved a surprise reunion of The Raconteurs and a duet with a country music legend. Jen Cray drove 10 hours to be there.
Swedish Folk duo First Aid Kit delivered an impressive performance at The Beacham, in Orlando, where Alexa Harris fell victim to their sweet croon.
Jack White plays Jacksonville, FL for the first time ever and gives the sold-out audience, and Jen Cray, a night they won’t soon forget.
Images 13 (Bloodshot). Review by James Mann.
The once vital city of Detroit gave us the auto industry and punk rock. Detroit Rock City shares the heights — and the depths — of the Motor City. James Mann says “Kick out the jams!”
The Best of The Classic Capitol Singles (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Musically, The Raconteurs are as tight as a pulled muscle.
Good things come to May Terry, who waited through a half-dozen bands before Grass Widow closed out the Panache Northside Showcase in NYC.
Blunderbuss (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Ten years of The Kills may not mean much to some, but to many — Jen Cray included — it means a decade’s worth of killer music that’s worth celebrating.
Through Low Light And Trees (Year 7). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Our own Jen Cray is besotted with Florence & the Machine’s high drama.
The 7th annual Wanee Festival, hosted by The Allman Brothers Band, brought icons of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s past to idyllic Live Oak, FL. Phillip Haire soaked it all in before staggering to his campsite each night.