This Week In Music: 7/30-8/5

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Lita Ford: Lita – artistic best Firehouse: Firehouse – strong debut Cabaret Voltaire: The Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of the Lord – choppy electronics Fountains of Wayne: Welcome Interstate Managers – pop hooks Disatroid: Money & Guilt – Soundgarden-ish Read More …

This Week In Music: 6/4-6/10

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Gaza Strippers: From the Desk of Dr. Freepill – full throttle Samiam: Whatever’s Got You Down – middle road Matthew Sweet: Sunshine Lies – classic Sweet Sleater Kinney: One Beat – strong chorus’ Redd Kross: Show World – lost treasure Tindersticks: Read More …

Concert Review: Gaza Strippers, New Bomb Turks and A Planet For Texas @ Little Brothers, 1/20/01

Nobody is going to confuse me with a “punk rocker.” If you were to peruse my music collection, you would find some punk rock, but not much. Yet, upon moving to Columbus in 1999 until 2006 or 07, I found myself at a lot of Read More …

This Week In Music (12/19-12/25)

Another short week of listening thanks to the holiday and lots of traveling. Luckily, I was able to squeeze a few in, along with patented two-word reviews. Cave In: White Silence – hardcore letdown Gaunt: Kryptonite – passable punk Gaza Strippers: Electric Bible-New Testament – lacking hooks Lita Read More …

This Week In Music (10/10-10/16)

This week in listening pleasure, patented two-word review included: Brett Anderson: Black Rainbows – missing Suede Gaza Strippers: 1000 Watt Confessions – energetic toss-offs Handsome Furs: Sound Kapital – keyboard fun Ian Gillan Band: Scarabus – lesser Purple Jason Loewenstein: At Sixes and Sevens – Read More …