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.
For those who purposely skipped over Everclear during the ‘90s, you might have missed something — and you might be surprised by the retro power of their new album “Black is the New Black.”
These are the latest releases in the “Paul McCartney Archive Collection” of reissues, loaded up with bonus material.
“Birdland” is a series of live ‘70s recordings by Alan Gauvin — saxophonist of Buddy’s band known as the Killer Force.
“Psychedelic Resurrection” at times is by-the-numbers traditional Psyche but mostly driven rock ‘n’ roll with spirit.
Depeche Mode guitarist Martin Gore (the MG acronym) is adept at producing electronic soundscapes, and with the 16-track solo instrumental album “MG” perfects this again.
It’s been a long time coming. Eight years have elapsed since the first Seventh Ring of Saturn album, a self-titled bundle of joy, was unleashed, since when Ted Selke and co have contented themselves only with carving sonic swathes through …
Stepping sideways from her customary haunt in the Floating World, the latest album from Detroit’s Amanda Votta is effectively a reinvention of all past expectations. Secrets to the Sea has been out a few months now, a limited edition on …