• Todd Rundgren

    Todd Rundgren

    Todd Rundgren’s “Arena” tour passes through Orlando. The small show is so cozy, our own Carl F Gauze feels like he’s visiting a long lost friend.

  • Dr. Dog

    Dr. Dog

    Dr. Dog‘s recent concert at Orlando’s Social conjures up both Frampton Comes Alive and Flavor of Love for S D Green. Believe it or not, this is a good thing.

  • A Wished-For Song

    A Wished-For Song

    Merri Cyr tries to catch lightning in a camera lens in this re-issue of her 2002 scrapbook of intimate reflections on legendary musician Jeff Buckley. S D Green wonders if Buckley was ever really here at all.

  • Kites

    Kites

    With material co-credited to Paul McCartney, Jean-Philip Grobler‘s Kites has caught the attention of music industry luminaries. However, he’s intent to make music his way, in his own time, resulting in his current EP You and I in the Kaleidoscope. Three years to make an EP? Grobler talks about that misconception, and promises his next shot of arena rock won’t take so long, but warns it might include a full orchestra in St. Paul’s Cathedral. S D Green tries to harmonize with the former South African choirboy.

  • Kites

    Kites

    You and I in the Kaleidoscope (Unsigned). Review by S D Green.

  • Willie Wisely

    Willie Wisely

    Wisely (Oglio/Fontana ). Review by Bryan Tilford.

  • The Silver Seas

    The Silver Seas

    High Society (Cheap Lullaby). Review by Jen Cray.

  • All My Loving

    All My Loving

    Matt Parish sees if Tony Palmer’s trailblazing “rockumentary” on the sounds of the Sixties has stood the test of time.

  • Paul McCartney

    Paul McCartney

    Memory Almost Full (MPL Communications LTD). Review by Christopher Long.

  • Scritti Politti

    Scritti Politti

    White Bread Black Beer (Nonesuch/Rough Trade). Review by Ben Varkentine.

  • Wisely

    Wisely

    Parador (Ella/Not Lame). Review by Sean Slone.

  • Cheap Trick

    Cheap Trick

    Not too many bands could recruit Pearl Jam as an opening act, but the boys from Rockford, Illinois once did. Steve Stav, who once asked his mom if she could knit him a checkered sweater, corrals guitarist Rick Nielsen for an expectedly humorous look at America’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll show.

  • Pawnshop Roses

    Pawnshop Roses

    Sometimes, you have to weed through the junk to find the treasure. Well, here it is. Brittany Sturges meets Pawnshop Roses.

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