- Screen Reviews
- March 5, 2021
A low budget nautical adventure filled with high concept effects.
Raw, stinging, and pungent like a freshly-cut onion, The Bobby Lees quickly peel away their layers to share their tender, pearl-white hearts.
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.
Rock publicist Howard Bloom dishes the dirt on the all the big names in entertainment with an insider’s eye for the absurd.
Joe Bonamassa and his mighty blues ensemble rolled into Clearwater, Florida for two nights of contemporary blues at its finest. Michelle Wilson caught Evening One of this towering blues extravaganza.
Take It Easy (Sign Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
The legendary 83 year old bluesman can still command a stage, says Roi Tamkin.
The Big Bad Blues (Concord Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Slings & Arrows (SBS Records). Review by James Mann.
Michelle Wilson wraps up the year with some short takes!
The birthplace of the blues is captured in the timeless photography of Panny Flautt Mayfield.
Invitation (Kill Rock Stars). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Skeletons. Review by Joe Frietze.
Loves You (Put Together). Review by James Mann.
Johnny Winter has passed. But his blues will never leave us. James Mann recalls the Texas guitarist.
Feels So Good ( TRC Records). Review by James Mann.
Ty Segall, fuzzmeister of psychedelic lo-fi garage rock, shows no signs of slowing down his Mach 3 musical momentum, as May Terry witnessed during his concert at Webster Hall, NYC.
Just a Dream (Telarc). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Live in Germany – 1980 (Eagle Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Keys to the Kingdom (Songs of the South). Review by James Mann.