Tag: Roots

Turchi

Turchi

Music Reviews

My Time Ain’t Now EP (Devil Down Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.

Out of Many

Out of Many

Music Reviews

50 Years of Reggae Music (VP Records ). Review by Scott Adams.

Rock The Bells

Rock The Bells

Event Reviews

Rock the Bells kicked off its 2009 hip-hop festival tour in Chicago – just two days after Michael Jackson’s sudden death. Chris Catania took in this year’s finest while ruminating on the psychology of a crowd in mourning.

Summer Camp 2008

Summer Camp 2008

Event Reviews

Chris Catania gets a raucous introduction to the summer camp experience, by way of Wayne Coyne’s glorious teeth.

The Mojomatics

The Mojomatics

Music Reviews

Songs For Faraway Lovers (Alien Snatch Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.

The Beat Farmers

Music Reviews

roots,rockabilly,new wave,covers,The Beat Farmers,Tales of The New West,Rhino Records,Carl F Gauze

The Redeemers

Music Reviews

She Rocks and Rolls All Night & Day (One Horse). Review by Brian Kruger.

Scratch

Music Reviews

The Embodiment of Instrumentation (Ropeadope). Review by Christopher R. Weingarten.

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