- Music Reviews
- March 1, 2021
Noise of Trouble (Niafunken). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition) (Nonesuch Records). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
Remember You (Edgeout Records/UME). Review by Michelle Wilson.
The Jacks(Edgeout Records) Review by Michelle Wilson.
Keep On (Concord Records). Review by James Mann.
The Angels in Heaven Done Signed My Name (Easy Eye Sound). Review by James Mann.
Songs for Unsung Holidays (Smog Veil). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Tell Me I’m Pretty (RCA Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Tab Benoit brings it in Orlando and Michelle Wilson loved it!
San Francisco’s The Stone Foxes jingle-rocked NYC’s Grammercy Theatre, helping May Terry shake the Christmas doldrums away with some great alternative-blues rock.
Locked Down ( Nonesuch Records). Review by James Mann.
Ten years of The Kills may not mean much to some, but to many — Jen Cray included — it means a decade’s worth of killer music that’s worth celebrating.
Brothers (Nonesuch Records). Review by Eli Didier.
Florida’s annual Wanee Festival is a 3 day Southern-style jamfest featuring over thirty bands. The 2010 edition found The Allmann Brothers and Widespread Panic topping a bill of over 30 bands.
Danger Is EP (Take Root). Review by Jen Cray.
Chatterbox (Self-released). Review by Jen Cray.
Though this festival built its reputation as a lovefest for jambands and hippies, Bonnaroo in 2007 opened its arms up to more modern rock bands, bringing in a whole new audience. One new convert was Jen Cray, whose weekend in the mountains of Tennessee is not one she’s soon to forget.
Every Damn Time (Alive). Review by Jen Cray.
Ampgrave (Constellation). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Classic Seventies Rock-inspired Wolfmother prove that Australia isn’t just about vegemite and koala bears. Jen Cray soaks in the sounds from down under.
A double bill of white boy blues rock starring The Black Keys and The Hentchmen, and Jen Cray reveals her long-obvious crush for Detroit.