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Category: CD Reviews

CD Review: Tenacious D – Rize of the Fenix

CD Review: Tenacious D – Rize of the Fenix

[ 0 ] June 8, 2012 |

  Review by Ellen Eldridge Just as the cover sticker label warns, Tenacious D’s Rize of the Fenix is most certainly not for children, nor religious people, but it is meant for people with a juvenile sense of humor. I’ll qualify my opinions by admitting that I fell in love with the D while watching […]

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CD Review: Langhorne Slim & the Law — The Way We Move

CD Review: Langhorne Slim & the Law — The Way We Move

[ 0 ] June 5, 2012 |

Langhorne Slim & the Law The Way We Move Ramseur Records   By Al Kaufman   “Lord, release my wild soul,” Langhorne Slim pleads on the acoustic ballad “Wild Soul.” It is safe to say that the Lord has answered his prayers. While his most recent home is Portland, Oregon, Slim and the band have […]

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CD Review: Neil Young and Crazy Horse – Americana

CD Review: Neil Young and Crazy Horse – Americana

[ 0 ] June 5, 2012 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Neil Young brings more than the familiar rasp of his voice to the first release in nine years; Americana captures Young’s interpretations like a history lesson in folk music. He lays down the roots of Americana culture and represents a strong collection of songs written as long ago as the 1800s […]

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CD Review: Matthew Perryman Jones – Land of the Living; Playing The Loft June 22

CD Review: Matthew Perryman Jones – Land of the Living; Playing The Loft June 22

[ 0 ] May 30, 2012 |

Land of the Living Matthew Perryman Jones Cante Jondo Records By Ellen Eldridge Every once in a while the perfect storm of melody, emotion and timing collides with a listener in an unexpected way. Finding a new artist or a new album to truly fall in love with doesn’t happen every week, but something about […]

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CD Review: Simone Felice; Plays Eddie’s Attic May 29th

CD Review: Simone Felice; Plays Eddie’s Attic May 29th

[ 0 ] May 24, 2012 |

Simone Felice Simone Felice Team Love Records By Al Kaufman Simone Felice, drummer and singer the Catskill folkies Felice Brothers, and founder of the folk-soul outfit, The Duke and the King, branches out on his own in this warm, hushed solo debut. Felice possesses a sweet, haunting voice. He puts it to use right away […]

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CD Review: Royal Thunder – CVI; Playing The Earl on Saturday, May 26th

CD Review: Royal Thunder – CVI; Playing The Earl on Saturday, May 26th

[ 0 ] May 22, 2012 |

Royal Thunder CVI Relapse Records By Ellen Eldridge Atlanta locals Royal Thunder deserve the buzz that’s been building about them since the self-titled EP released in 2010. The four-piece confidently mixes everything loved by grunge and alternative fans in the ‘90s with a powerful progressive groove, colored by a bluesy soulful side. The lineup consists […]

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CD Review: The Bright Light Social Hour — New Year’s Live; Play Masquerade May 10th

CD Review: The Bright Light Social Hour — New Year’s Live; Play Masquerade May 10th

[ 0 ] May 9, 2012 |

The Bright Light Social Hour New Year’s Live self-release By Al Kaufman Austin, Texas has more than earned its reputation as The Live Music Capital of the World. So when a band takes an unprecedented six trophies from last year’s Austin Music Awards, they must be onto something. The fact is, Bright Light Social Hour […]

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CD Review: Beach House – Bloom, Released May 15

CD Review: Beach House – Bloom, Released May 15

[ 0 ] May 8, 2012 |

Beach House Bloom Subpop Records By Ellen Eldridge If ever a time to use the overused word ethereal, the latest Beach House release, Bloom, is that time. The overall sentiment starts with the line, “Drifting in and out” on “Myth,” and the backward catalog of song lyrics further shows an unbalance among elements of the […]

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CD Review: Carina Round – Tigermending, Released Today

CD Review: Carina Round – Tigermending, Released Today

[ 0 ] May 1, 2012 |

    Carina Round Tigermending Dehisce Records By Ellen Eldridge Not only is Carina Round one of the sexiest women to accompany Puscifer but also she sings sweetly like a bird while hypnotizing like a siren. “Pick Up the Phone” opens the new release, Tigermending, with a blend of gritty guitars and a sullen, sad […]

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CD Review: Santigold – Master of My Make Believe, Released May 1st

CD Review: Santigold – Master of My Make Believe, Released May 1st

[ 1 ] April 30, 2012 |

  Santigold Master of My Make Believe Atlantic Records By Justin Lyons In interviews leading up to the release of Master of My Make Believe, Santi White aka Santigold mentioned much of her sophomore record was about being in control.  Not control in a sense of having a prophetic path in life to follow, but in whatever road you […]

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CD Review: Ron Pope — Atlanta; Playing Vinyl, April 28

CD Review: Ron Pope — Atlanta; Playing Vinyl, April 28

[ 0 ] April 27, 2012 |

Ron Pope Atlanta Hard Six Records By Al Kaufman Ron Pope is a sensitive romantic. He’s got a beard and everything. He writes straight from the heartlands anthems and lovely ballads that would make John Mayer cry. And he writes a lot of songs. Atlanta is his seventh album since 2008.

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CD Review:  Lazer/Wulf, “There Was A Hole” EP

CD Review: Lazer/Wulf, “There Was A Hole” EP

[ 2 ] April 23, 2012 |

Lazer/Wulf There Was A Hole Here, It’s Gone Now Self-Released By Stephanie Roman (www.stephanieroman.com) In my research prior to hearing Lazer/Wulf for the first time, I read a bio that described the band as “an evil funk group with thrash roots, or an aggro jazz trio with sludge issues,” cringed a bit, and edged the […]

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CD Review: Efren — Write A New Song, Playing The Five Spot, April 26

CD Review: Efren — Write A New Song, Playing The Five Spot, April 26

[ 0 ] April 18, 2012 |

Efren Write A New Song Slo Pro Records By Ellen Eldridge While the clichéd ideas in country music – losing a job, dog, and wife and so on – stick out as trite, mundane and self-pitying in a way that should be reserved for Goth music, Efren takes the simplicity of everyday life, love and […]

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CD Review: jENNiNGS — Take It or Leave; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar, April 17

CD Review: jENNiNGS — Take It or Leave; Playing Smith’s Olde Bar, April 17

[ 2 ] April 16, 2012 |

jENNiNGS Take It or Leave Emerging Artists Music By Al Kaufman Singer/songwriter/pianist Mary Jennings is pretentious. A singer cannot use such a capitally-challenged moniker and not be thought so. She only enhances that perception on her live album, Take It or Leave. She includes an intro on every song because, you know, it’s like, important […]

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CD Review: Tumbledown House — Fables and Falsehoods; Play Twain’s, April 19

CD Review: Tumbledown House — Fables and Falsehoods; Play Twain’s, April 19

[ 0 ] April 13, 2012 |

Tumbledown House Fables and Falsehoods Silent Coyote Music By Al Kaufman Welcome to the Roaring ’20s, in all its sexy, boozy, violent glory. Montana’s Tumbledown House are so fresh and exciting because they do old so well. Vocalist Gillian Howe and jazz guitarist Tyler Ryan Miller have surrounded themselves with all sorts of cool cats, […]

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