Newcomer Jerry Woods’ phrasing and inflection, mirroring moments ranging from latter-day Beatles to Todd Rundgren, are lively and commanding.
Articles by: Beverly Paterson
Motivated by fire in their belly and a true love for rock and roll, the Zakary Thaks brought their edgy talents together with amazing synchronicity.
By embracing traditional sounds and executing them with vital energy, Midnight North has produced a record that stands on its own merits.
Watching “Like You Do” makes you want to boogie to the catchy beat — and hear more from Joe Mandica and his extremely gifted colleagues.
Constantly resonating with each other, the Orange Peels have definitely surpassed themselves on this remarkable album.
Just when you thought rock and roll has once and for all slipped into retirement, along comes the New Trocaderos to restore the faith
Imagine the sweetly salted vocals of Phil Seymour mixed with the muscular bite of bands like the Plimsouls, and you have the essence of the Jeanies.
Chad Bradford references Tom Petty, Ronnie Milsap, Elvis Costello, the Kinks, and the Rembrandts on a stirring and sensitive new song.
Experimental rock at its finest and freakiest, ‘Spirit of ’67’ tells us Vanilla Fudge still has what it requires to stand apart in the crowd.
Though now closely associated with Bobby Fuller’s tragic end, ‘KRLA King of the Wheels’ bottled all the strength and excitement this band briefly possessed.