- Music Reviews
- December 13, 2019
Blue Eyed Soul (BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Be A Criminal (Revelation). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
What more can you say about Mike Watt, one of the most legendary figures ever to pick up the bass guitar? Better to let the man speak for himself — and that’s exactly what James Mann did.
Liza Hearon gets down to the basics — sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll — with Charlie Paulson and Kelly Lemieux of Goldfinger. Prison time? KISS? TRL bashing? It’s all fair game in this no-holds-barred interview.
With her days in Sarge behind her, Elizabeth Elmore is dividing her time between law school and trying to make it as a solo artist. Phil Bailey caught her in a rare open moment to discuss going solo, vegetarianism, Matlock, and why she thinks the "women’s music" movement sucks.
Grand Fury (Upper Cut). Review by Anton Warner.
Hugely popular in their native Australia, Jebediah are starting to make waves as indie darlings herein the States following the release of their second album, Of Someday Shambles. Jason Feifer traverses the International Dateline to catch up with frontman Kevin Mitchell.
Though they get compared to bands as disparate as Devo, the Dillinger Four, X, and Bikini Kill, the St. Paul-based punk rock band the Selby Tigers actually have a sound all their own. Sean Carswell cornered the band while they were stranded in Cocoa Beach on their recent tour, and spoke with Arzu, Dave, and Nathan about their music, third party politics, and movies with dwarves.
A.F.I., with Destination: Daybreak and the Distillers at the Sapphire Supper Club in Orlando, FL on November 16, 2000. Concert review by Liza Hearon.
Less Than Jake, with Super 04 at Club Quattro in Osaka Japan on October 8, 2000. Concert review by Gregory Schaefer
Hot Water Music, with Leatherface, River City High, and Pezz, at Market Street in Gainesville, FL on September 9, 2000. Concert review by Brian Kruger.
After disappearing for five years, Elastica have appeared back on the scene with a new album, The Menace, and a new line-up. Singer Justine Frischmann talks with Julio Diaz about the hiatus, the changes, and why Elastica should be considered a punk rock band.
Yeah, there’s a million punk bands in southern California, but Strung Out have a little more to offer than the same old three-chord crunch. Liza Hearon talks with singer Jason Cruz.
The Independents, with the Cryptkeeper Five and the Green Goblyn Project, at the Hustler in Indialantic, Florida on August 10th, 2000. Concert review and photos by Julio Diaz.
Weathering membership changes and big-time success, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones are back with a new album, Pay Attention, that once again finds them trying new things while still sounding distinctly Bosstones. Julio Diaz spoke with the ever-personable Dicky Barrett about life as a Bosstone in the year 2000.
The Delta 72 are all about the rock. And the funk. And the soul. And the blues. And the kitchen sink. Holly Day catches up with Gregg Foreman of the eclectic rockers.
Gail Worley talks with the (extremely!) lovely and talented Cristina Martinez about juggling family responsibilities and rock and roll, why getting dumped by a major was a good thing, and what it’s like to have Jon Spencer as both a husband and a bandmate.
A little bit of hardcore, a little bit of power pop, a little bit of new wave, a little bit of rock and roll, and a little bit of punk — Roi Tamkin caught an eclectic show with Sense Field, the Stereo, and Lift at Atlanta’s Echo Lounge on April 27, 2000.
More Punk! (Ink 19, June 2000)