- Music Reviews
- July 29, 2021
9th and Walnut (Epitaph). Review by Scott Adams.
Afro Funk Explosion! (Manifesto). Review by Scott Adams.
2011 Grammy Nominees (Columbia Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
The winter National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) trade show brought in bodies despite a tanking retail market and plummeting economy. Elianne Halbersberg reports back on the future of music related technology.
The Way I See It (Sony BMG/Columbia). Review by John-Thomas Crockett.
LA Heat (No Threshold). Review by Chris Catania.
Paper Trails (Grand Hustle/Atlantic). Review by John-Thomas Crockett.
S D Green peels back the tuxedo and gets an earful — about celebrities living in cardboard boxes, Carrot Top pooing into a trunk, and even a little bit about Hamburger‘s new album, Neil Hamburger Sings Country Winners.
Brit-pop smash Starsailor is working on a foothold in America. Chris Catania sat down with James Walsh to find out about breaking in a new country, Bright Eyes and why American crowds giggle during “Alcoholic.”
Liza Hearon talks to Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein about women in rock, Eddie Vedder and watching 13-year-olds make out in front of the stage.
God’s Son (Columbia). Review by Bill Campbell.
Girl Interrupted (Beat Club / Interscope). Review by Bill Campbell.
In Search Of… (Virgin). Review by Christopher R. Weingarten.
Dark Days, Bright Nights (Beat Club/Interscope). Review by Bill Campbell.