- Music Reviews
- May 29, 2020
Vincent’s Playlist (BYM Records). Review by Scott Adams.
Power (New West Records). Review by May Terry.
All At Once (Don Giovanni Records). Review by May Terry.
Lotta Sea Lice (Matador). Review by May Terry.
Honeyblood rocked with a great sound, close to perfect if it weren’t for the crappy sound mixing from Baby’s All Right.
May Terry witnessed the reaction to Donald Trump’s win in New York.
Playing hard rock wrapped with a sweet soulful voice, The Seratones rips through a great show at the Mercury Lounge in New York City.
Belly brought lot of grit and a touch of grace to the Bowery Ballroom in NYC.
Blackstar (Columbia Records). Review by May Terry.
Veruca Salt resoundingly showed they’re no passing ghost note by moving on from a turbulent past with an emphatically great performance at Webster Hall that wowed May Terry.
Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied. Review by May Terry.
Courtney Barnett might think she’s pedestrian at best, but her popularity racing ahead on overdrive with no signs of slowing down. May Terry was left to sit and think after the CB3’s musical pit-stop at Terminal 5.
Shonen Knife’s performance at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge is a Pop-Rocks fizz of Jap-punk distortions and colorful kitsch. May Terry indulged in the Shonen Knife experience with sushi, Pocky, and some great wok-and-roll music.
Ms. Etheridge is all-out solo in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania. May Terry forgoes the Mount Airy Casino slots and blackjack tables to rock out at the great summerstage performance.
Milk For Your Motors. Review by May Terry.
May Terry ups her batting average of good music events hits when she treks through the woods to see The Baseball Project at the living room concert venue, Live @ Drews.
May Terry battled the sweltering July heat in New York City, but that paled in comparison with the hot bands that performed at the 2014 Village Voice NYC 4Knots Festival.
An old 2003 Italian performance is pulled out of the music vaults for die-hard fans of the NYC folk songstress.
The Pixies raided Port Chester, NY on a big 2014 tour and May Terry was la-la lovin’ both old and new songs from an iconic band that dares to evolve.
May Terry enjoyed the Luscious Jackson magic hour of party grooving and bum shaking in a rare concert at New York City’s Webster Hall. Are you ready?
Rudimental frees the crowd and brings the love pumped with high energy drum and bass breakbeats, with a touch of ’70s retro-soul, to the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY where May Terry grooves on.