New Jersey’s Grip Weeds offer up 17 swirling, slightly trippy sonic land mines that are simultaneously catchy as all get out and slightly dangerous, to boot.
With just eight total songs, it’s hard to say that Lodge is capable of writing a complete album of music that is still relevant today.
Music with messages for peace is still needed all these decades later and is an example why the album “Spirit of ’67” remains as timely as ever.
Brian Wilson’s in fine form on the album “No Pier Pressure,” which should please his fans.
With the soul of a Leonard Cohen and the husky voice of a seasoned bluesman, Kail Baxley and his album “A Light That Never Dies” come to be a pleasant surprise.
Nothing impresses as much as the debut “Costello Music” but this new LP is durable, determined and, for the most part, a downright pleasure to listen to.
Sendelica Live from the Seventh Psychedelic Network Festival (Sunhair Music) Recorded, as the title almost tells you, in Wurzburg, Germany, on November 28 2014, at the band’s first ever German date, six tracks sprawl across a double vinyl package that we …
various artists Side Effects Fruits de Mer Of all the relics of rock’s sainted past that could really use a kick start today, the 12-inch single is perhaps the most maligned, and misaligned as well. So easily dismissed as mere …
Another archaeological dig that’s unearthed a lost rock gem, “Uncorked: Rare Tracks From a Vintage ’70s Band” honors the heretofore unheralded work of Kelakos.
There are blown notes and foul-ups throughout the 19-song set, but the high spirits and sense of fun make for an enjoyable listening/viewing experience.