Monday, July 17 2000
Appreciating the sounds of Six Modular Pieces requires a type of patient listening more suited to those who enjoy ethnic or world music. In a
From the first notes of the instrumental opener “Small,” Absinthe Blind assert that they are not your father’s indie band. Despite the limited visibility
Friday, July 14 2000
There have been very few times in my life where I have been completely bowled over by a band's sound, music so special that it seemingly knocked you out of your seat.
Tuesday, July 11 2000
Mice Parade: the name suggests something both tiny and spectacular.
Monday, July 10 2000
There’s nothing wrong with playing “spot the influence” while listening to new music. Pop has not had any truly original music since Liverpool’s
Products of the same New Jersey shore scene that gave the world Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes were one of the first
It was night, around 11:30 p.m. The color of the sky was somewhere between dark blue and black and you could hear the faint hum
I have an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other. The angel says, “You must retain some ethics and objectivity when reviewing
On first listen, Deckard would seem to be just another one of the interchangeable, non-offensive, just-sensitive-enough modern rock bands that always seem to be ever-present,
Ever wondered what it would have been like to be front row at a Led Zeppelin concert in 1973 or close enough to reach out and
Saturday, July 8 2000
There’s no denying the fact that there is almost always something magical in the air during a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrisson,
Monday, July 3 2000
Edwin’s debut solo offering, Another Spin Around the Sun, represents a golden opportunity for the artist to blaze his own trail, his way. A
Seminal music always seems to come at intersections—the vertices where separate forces meet and create something original. Sometimes the forces keep it light. Like
Monday, June 26 2000
From the first twangy notes of “Now I Can Die,” it’s obvious that Nina Gordon wants to shed the bubblegum-noise image she earned during
At first, it looks like Candy Ass is an all female group because they’ve hidden their boy drummer, Eric Cock, on the inside of
Are We There Yet? is the third collection of duets performed by pianist Carla Bley and bassist Steve Swallow, following Duets (1988) and Go Together (1992). Aside
To celebrate Armstrong’s 100th birthday, Legacy has released three of his classic recordings from the mid-1950s. In August, Legacy will also release, to
Although the prospect of Richard Ashcroft kicking the ass of Marshall Mathers is a scenario too bizarre even for MTV’s truly appalling Celebrity Death
Saturday, June 24 2000
Although John Squire might disagree - that there is life after the Stone Roses.
Monday, June 19 2000
The White Stripes pony up the goods once again and these “modern white blues” taste like five different flavors of splendid, their kingdom may well come.