- Sound Salvation
- October 25, 2020
Sound Salvation is resurrected with a howlingly good Halloween playlist that will weak the dead at your All Hallow’s Eve bash.
Not unlike fine Swiss clockwork, the duo that calls themselves Yello have been ticking for four decades without missing a beat.
Listening to Fantastic Negrito is like lifting the lid on a simmering pot to a wonderfully exotic yet very familiar blend of spices.
Soul jazz ensemble The Greyboy Allstars have been around so long they have grown into their name.
Jade Hairpins don’t care about your repetitive song structures, man. That’s not how you cram five albums’ worth of material into less than forty minutes.
M. Ward could get by on his smoky velvet voice alone, but he also happens to be a supreme connoisseur of what alert musicians call songcraft.
Skiff (Spiritual Pajamas). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Somehow, Ben Vaughn manages to make time for an interview with Ian Koss in the midst of his many moods and projects.
Medicine for the Soul (Eggsong Recordings). Review by James Mann.
Big Words Make the Baby Jesus Cry, Dark Clouds Gather over Middlemarch, The Great Boston Molasses Flood. Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
The 7th annual Wanee Festival, hosted by The Allman Brothers Band, brought icons of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s past to idyllic Live Oak, FL. Phillip Haire soaked it all in before staggering to his campsite each night.
Bromst (Carpark). Review by Julius Lacking.
Fujiya & Miyagi brought their unique brand of electronica to Orlando’s BackBooth recently. Phillip Haire got his groove on.
Ween dominates Orlando with a marathon set! Phillip Haire prostrates himself at the altar of brothers Dean and Gene.
Mustard Pickle Gun. Review by Jen Cray.
Songs About Food (Moe’s Haven). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Spine (Idlewild/Rounder/Universal). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
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HotSocky (Billtown USA). Review by — Gail Worley.
#4: Patty’s Favorite ‘Boy Bands’ (Top Quality Rock & Roll). Review by Stein Haukland.
The You I Knew (self-released). Review by Gail Worley.