- Music Reviews
- September 11, 2020
Ice Age (Riding Easy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
HotSocky (Billtown USA). Review by — Gail Worley.
Motors Into The Drink (Kill the Bunny). Review by Stein Haukland.
Nice (Resurrection A.D.). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Small Brown Bike and The Casket Lottery (Second Nature). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Red Bedroom (Guilt Ridden Pop). Review by Stein Haukland.
From Ink 19 ad rep to the Marvelous 3 to a career as a solo artist, songwriter, and producer, it’s been an interesting journey for Butch Walker, and he discusses it all in a candid interview with Gail Worley.
Chuck Bantam opens his storybook to tell the heartwarming tale of Bob, who was tormented by the queen of gossip, before he transformed into an hardened, obscenity-spewing bastard. It’s a happy ending!
Come Out and Play (3:33). Review by Matt Cibula.
Strange & Beautiful (Glass Slipper Entertainment). Review by Terry Eagan.
Lickity Split (The Telegraph Company). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
From "Cleveland Rocks" to "All the Young Dudes" to "Once Bitten Twice Shy," Ian Hunter has been involved in some of the most classic songs in rock history. Gail Worley jumped at a rare chance to talk to this rock n’ roll legend.
Kitty in the Tree manage to sound instantly familiar and completely fresh all at the same time. How do they do it? Well, according to frontman Orion Simprini, they’re aliens! Ian Koss discusses time travel and the fine art of waiting tables with this incredible extra-terrestrial.