- Music Reviews
- September 24, 2021
Gestureland (GMG/King Baby). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
The Just Joans keep it in the family, and they keep it fairly civil, covering their lethally caustic Scottish wit in a layer of pleasant pop.
Matt Sharp and The Rentals have always attracted a stellar cast of musicians to help them assemble their popsong symphonies.
Malfunction. Review by Christopher Long.
Weezer brings the Memories Show to Orlando for a pair of full album performances that sell out with fans looking to take a time machine back to the early ’90s. Jen Cray caught the 1992 train and heard the Blue Album from start to finish.
Todd Rundgren’s “Arena” tour passes through Orlando. The small show is so cozy, our own Carl F Gauze feels like he’s visiting a long lost friend.
S D Green peels back the tuxedo and gets an earful — about celebrities living in cardboard boxes, Carrot Top pooing into a trunk, and even a little bit about Hamburger‘s new album, Neil Hamburger Sings Country Winners.
They haven’t put out an album of new music in 8 years, and you probably haven’t thought of them in as long, but The Rentals are back with not just a new album but with a tour to back it up. Jen Cray caught the show in Orlando.
I am a Robot. I am Talking Like a Robot. I am a Robot. (Wonkavision). Review by Aaron Shaul.
How Good We Had It (BiFocal Media). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Summer of the Lion, The Summer of the Lamb (We Want Action). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Early North American (Upperclass). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The End of Imagining (Raga Drop). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Laptop Presents: The Old Me vs. The New You (Trust Me). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Special Guest Star (CIA). Review by Julio Diaz.
Weezer ("The Green Album") (Geffen). Review by Liza Hearon.
Seven More Minutes (Maverick). Review by Anthony Baker