Category Archives: Music Reviews

Music Review-“The Show Must Go on: the Very Best of Leo Sayer”-Leo Sayer

Track Listings Disc: 1 1. The Show Must Go On #2 2. When I Need You #1 3. Moonlighting #2 4. One Man Band #6 5. You Make Me Feel Like Dancing #2 6. Long Tall Glasses #4 7. How Much Love #10 8. Drop Back 9. I Want You Back 10. Train 11. Giving

Movie Review-L7 – Pretend We’re Dead( DVD + Blu-ray)

Review-Pretend We’re Dead plays out like a love letter to the fans who stuck with this band from year one. This is basically the culmination of 100 plus hours of vintage home movies. Told from the perspective of the band, this film chronicles the early days of the band. We learn that this band was

Music Review-Scars of Tears-” Just Dust”

1. Just Dust 03:58 2. Darkest Hour 03:30 3. Infeasible 03:55 4. Slayer 03:32 5. Icefall 04:39 6. Love and Soul 06:32 7. Wait 04:50 8. Here and Now 04:16 9. Need to Flight 03:31 10. We Are the Same 04:52 11. Endless Sky 05:00 12. Ashes of a Draw 04:12 Salagiannis Thanasis Bass Chris

Music Review-Lydia Lunch & Cypress Grove: Under the Covers

1. Ode To Billie Joe (Bobbie Gentry) 2. Breakdown (Tom Petty) 3. A Thousand Miles Of Bad Road (Aaron Lee Tasjan) 4. Blaze of Glory (Jon Bon Jovi) 5. Red, White and Pink Slip Blues (Bud Tower, Mark Stephen Jones) 6. Midnight Rider (Gregg Allman, Robert Payne) 7. The Spy (Jim Morrison) 8. I Want

Movie Review-Plasmatics – Live! Rod Swenson’s Lost Tapes 1978-81 (DVD)

Track Listing Want You (Baby) (July 26, 1978) Tight Black Pants (June 9, 1979) Dream Lover (May 17, 1980) Sometimes I Feel It (May 17, 1980) Squirm (May 17, 1980) Butcher Baby (May 17, 1980) Living Dead (May 15, 1981) Summer Night (May 15, 1981) Fast Food Service (May 15, 1981) Nothing (June 19, 1981)

Music Review-The New Pornographers-“Whiteout Conditions”

Carl Newman – vocals, guitar Neko Case – vocals John Collins – bass Blaine Thurier – keyboards, synthesizer Todd Fancey – lead guitar Kathryn Calder – vocals, keyboards, guitar Joe Seiders – drums, vocals 1. “Play Money” 2. “Whiteout Conditions” 3. “High Ticket Attractions” 4. “This Is the World of the Theater” 5. “Darling Shade”

Music Review-Mew-“Visuals”

1. “Nothingness and No Regrets” 2. “The Wake of Your Life” 3. “Candy Pieces All Smeared Out” 4. “In a Better Place” 5. “Ay Ay Ay” 6. “Learn Our Crystals” 7. “Twist Quest” 8. “Shoulders” 9. “85 Videos” 10. “Zanzibar” 11. “Carry Me to Safety” Jonas Bjerre – vocals, keyboards, guitar Johan Wohlert – bass,

Music Review-Rhino Bucket- ‘The Last Real Rock ‘N’ Roll’

01. Hello Citizens 02. Everything You Do 03. Last Call 04. I’m Your Doctor 05. So Long 06. It’s A Sin 07. Forgiveness 08. Bang My Drum 09. Swing And A Miss 10. Falling Down The Stairs 11. Misery 12. The Devil You Know Georg Dolivo – vocals, rhythm guitar Brian “Damage” Forsythe – lead

Music Review-Adna-” Closure”

Tracklist: 1. Closure 2. Overthinking 3. Leave 4. Now 5. Thoughts 6. If 7. Soaked Eyes 8. Hide Me In Smoke 9. Someone’s Someone Review-The latest record by Adna is a trip down emotional landscapes to a fragile beyond. The Swedish singer-songwriter is clearly someone who wants people to experience each word of her songs.

Movie Review-Sad Vacation: The Last Days Of Sid And Nancy (DVD)

Review-When you hear people talk about the history of punk rock music, there are three bands who are frequently mentioned. They are The Clash, The Ramones and The Sex Pistols. In the 40 plus years of Punk Rock music, if those three bands did not emerge from the underground, there would never have been a