- Music Reviews
- July 28, 2021
Theater (What About Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Inferno (Sanctuary Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Spazz Out With The Shemps (Reservation Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Bamboo Kids (Big Dipper). Review by Stein Haukland.
A clothing line based on his tattoos. A new band. A new dedication for his instrument. Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx skips the past and talks about present projects and a future of cracking coconuts on the beach. Gail Worley digs up the dirt.
Oslo City (Gearhead). Review by Stein Haukland.
The Dysfunctional Shadowman EP (Asian Man Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Do You Swing? (Yep Roc Records). Review by Matt Cibula.
Living Targets (Epitaph). Review by Terry Eagan.
David Lee Beowulf finally meets up with Scotland’s finest, The Rezillos. His life is now complete.
Squad Five-O (Tooth And Nail). Review by Terry Eagan.
The Boys From Brutalsville (TKO). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Restless). Review by Julio Diaz.
Karen Carpenter-Damascus and Frances Farmer say good-bye with a very special Web comic.
Kiran Aditham examines The Ramones’ place in the pantheon of punk rock.
Marcel Feldmar remembers how the city of Seattle gathered not to mourn Joey, but to celebrate his life, and reveals his top five Ramones memories.
For the musician’s standpoint, we yield the floor to the compiler of the Ramones tribute album Gabba Gabba Hey, as former Adolescents and current ADZ lead singer Tony Reflex offers his reflections on one of his biggest inspirations.
Brian Kruger enumerates the things we take for granted today that would not have existed without The Ramones.
David Lee Beowulf details his brushes with Joey Ramone, the band’s place in history, and the real definition of punk.
Terry Eagan reminds us that while Joey may be gone, the music remains.