- Music Reviews
- October 25, 2021
Space 1.8 (Warp Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Tired of Tomorrow (Relapse Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Let the Good Times Roll (Rounder Records). Review by James Mann.
Outside (Independent). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Despite being dissolved for over two decades, Fletcher discovers how The Smiths, a band of four working-class kids from Manchester, created a fanatical following and left an iconic legacy that changed the music world.
A documentary following the collapse and rebirth of the private records shop in the UK. Carl Gauze feels a bit misty.
There’s more to Orlando than Disney World, like great four-day music festivals headlined by great bands. Jen Cray caught Cults and Spectrals as part of the Orange You Glad Music Festival at The Plaza Live Theatre.
Years of Refusal (Attack/Lost Highway). Review by Jen Cray.
After fifteen years, Modest Mouse is at the top of the game. Jen Cray was one of many who felt their majesty at a recent Orlando concert.
Mingping.com (Monotone/Omega Point). Review by Ben Varkentine.
We Are All Waiting For Hope (Fish the Cat). Review by Ben Varkentine.
tweaker,2a.m. Wakeup Call,i music/BMG, Rob Levy
Morrissey,Quarry,Irish,Blood,Smiths,Attack,Morrissey,You Are The Quarry,Attack/Sanctuary,Kiran Aditham
2a.m. Wakeup Call (iMusic) Review by Rob Levy.
You Are The Quarry (Attack/Sanctuary). Review by Kiran Aditham.
"Melodic with a touch of groove and an anemic, very white approach to the vocals, but still soulful." Gail Worley talks to Johnny Marr, currently of The Healers and formerly of the Smiths, and manages to keep it together. Mostly.
Tom “Tearaway” Schulte enjoys a batch of cover records, anticipates the return of Turbonegro, and swoons over Joni Mitchell and Pigface, among others.