From Hell To Texas (Steamhammer / SPV). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Words of Surrender (Lorelei Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Truth is a Menace (No Idea). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Carl F Gauze – and most likely the rest of the home audience – is not one for the singalong. Sometimes, you just gotta let the band do its thing.
Irish,Celtic,rock and roll,The Saw Doctors,In Concert Live In Galway,Shamtown Records,Carl F Gauze
Suffrajett (In Music We Trust Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Truth, Soul, Rock & Roll (Sparrow Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Reason To Live (Spitfire). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Never Bet the Devil Your Head (Cosa Nostra). Review by Brian Kruger.
A Benefit For the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (Glue Factory). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
What is love? Features Editor James Mann tells of his longest lasting affair.
No News Is Good News (Equal Vision). Review by Brian Kruger.
Whether it’s for Cheap Thrills or a symptom of the Dionysus Syndrome, The Black Halos know that in the end, it’s only rock & roll – and they like it! Gail Worley risks international phone lines to catch up with frontman (and wild man!) Billy Hopeless.
The Supersuckers, with Los Infernos and Furious Four (The Hustler, Indialantic, FL, May 17, 2000). Concert review by Phillip Haire.
The Blue Joules, with Nasty Habit (The Neptune Lounge, Tarpon Springs, FL, May 27, 2000). Concert Review by Lee Ann Leach.
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.
According to James Mann, the Georgia Satellites rocked the house at Atlanta’s Music Midtown on May 5, 2000.
Why does the Unband rock so hard? That’s what Gail Worley asked singer/guitarist Matt Pierce of the one band that parties so hard that they had to move to New York after being banned from every club in Boston. It’s all about sex, drugs, and rock and roll!
David T. Lindsay isn’t afraid to tell you what he believes, no matter how politically incorrect some may find his ideas.
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Album Voids, out this November, features 12 impressively cohesive tracks spanning baroque dream-pop, filmic ambient, raga, avant-country, and even spiritual jazz genres.