This Week In Music: 11/12-11/18

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Soundgarden: King Animal – welcome return Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Psychedelic Pill – much meandering Paul Banks: Banks – Interpol interplay Deftones: Koi No Yokan – dreamy metal Ministry: Rio Grande Blood – politically charged Read More …

This Week In Music: 11/5-11/11

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: FireHouse: Prime Time – heavier riffage Cabaret Voltaire: Hai! – more disjointed Mike + The Mechanics: Rewired – electronic indulgence Tindersticks: Simple Pleasure – bare bones Poison: Look What The Cat Dragged In – party rock Rush: Read More …

This Week In Music: 10/29-11/4

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Genesis: Trespass – Floyd-esque prog The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: Ska-Core The Devil And More – boss tones Cabaret Voltaire: Groovy, Laidback & Nasty – club friendly Firehouse: O2 – average rockers Lita Ford: Out For Blood Read More …

This Week In Music: 10/15-10/21

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Cabaret Voltaire: Eight Crepescule Tracks – early insight Mike & the Mechanics: M6 – symphonic pop Queensryche: Promised Land – big sound Genesis: Selling England By The Pound – progressive wankery The Jeff Healey Band: See The Light – bluesy Read More …

This Week In Music: 8/6-8/12

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Redd Kross: Researching the Blues – masterful powerpop Ministry: The Land of Rape & Honey – industrial metal Poison: Flesh & Blood – unexpected growth Mike + The Mechanics: The Living Years – mostly fluff The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: Pin Read More …

This Week In Music: 6/18-6/24

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews: Monster Magnet: Mastermind – robust stoner Silkworm: Italian Platinum – bombastic indie Pretty Boy Floyd: Size Really Does Matter – garage glam Mike & The Mechanics: Beggar On A Beach Of Gold – forgettably dull Juliana Hatfield: God’s Foot – Read More …