Album Reviews

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood Marks Rhythmic Return To Form On ‘Barefoot in the Head’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s Barefoot in the Head is a marked return to form following personnel shifts in the band over the last two years. The album may not resound so loudly as the group’s ...

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Little Silver Takes Serendipitous Road On Debut LP ‘Somewhere You Found My Name’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Solace is a difficult thing to come by in this world, what with conflict, politicians and pontificators seizing the spotlight to the detriment of everything and everyone else. So credit Little Silver with taking on ...

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Phantogram & Sarah Barthel Bring Inspired Electro Pop To Orlando (SHOW REVIEW)

After an uninspired techno performance by Heathered Pearls and a grandiose yet bland performance by Tycho, Phantogram took over Orlando’s Hard Rock Live needing to carry the weight of the night’s entertainment. They were more ...

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Unity Through Music: Patrick Maguire, Possessed by Paul James, Hillstomp and the Naked Bootleggers Team Up at Don Quixote’s In Felton (SHOW REVIEW)

Community is a word we are fortunate to hear a lot about in live music. There are communities of fans that gather around their favorite musicians, music festival communities, communities of tapers, and the list ...

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Grateful Dead- Dave’s Picks Volume 22 – Felt Forum 12/7/71 (ALBUM REVIEW)

In his essay within the booklet enclosed in Dave’s Picks Volume 22,  the editor of The Grateful Dead Almanac and Sirius XM radio host Gary Lambert writes with informed but casual erudition in describing how ...

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Saint Etienne Prolong Their Legacy On ‘Home Counties’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

When you’re branded as a cabaret band, it doesn’t exactly raise expectations that you’re capable of anything other than luring a crowd to the dance floor and keeping them enticed by simply maintaining a backbeat. ...

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Boris Garcia Presents Enlightening Chops on ‘Around Some Corner’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

For anyone who can’t take Boris Garcia seriously based on the band’s tongue-in-cheek name, the presence of Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone should validate the premise of the group as well as the music of  Around ...

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Wannabe Reviews Lee Bains III and The Glory Fires’ ‘Youth Detention (Nail My Feet Down On The Southside Of Town)’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Youth Detention (Nail My Feet Down On The Southside Of Town), the new album from fired up Alabama rockers Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on ...

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Broken Social Scene Balance Protest, Optimism and Collaboration on ‘Hug of Thunder’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The Canadian musical collective known as Broken Social Scene has been making music together since 1999. Formed by its core duo of Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, the band has been made up of as ...

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Bern Kelly’s ‘Lost Films’ Qualifies as Instant Classic (ALBUM REVIEW)

The obvious question that comes to mind on first exposure to Nashville singer/songwriter Bern Kelly and his excellent new album is, “Who is this guy and how has he managed to elude wider recognition. In ...

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