I’m gonna go ahead and say it: I didn’t side-by-side these remasters with the original releases. I didn’t see the point. Mainly because these are Jesus Lizard records, man.
In an age of ironic appreciation,
At first glance, Bloomington, Ind., trio Push-Pull are just another rush of punk silliness.
Lou Barlow has grown older with a grace few ’90s stalwarts have, and on Goodnight Unknown, he shows his knack for songwriting.
While these local country bluesmen might have the swagger of a confident bar band, on record any kind of substance might still be far away.
So, are they like the Traveling Wilburys, throwing together funny pastiches? Not quite. But Jim James, M.
Despite its status as a junior member of George W. Bush’s “Axis of Evil,” Syria has long been a junction between East and West.
This muscle relaxer positions two rootsy ensembles together for what appears to be a seamless pairing.
A brief EP, an equally brief review: YAWN.
End-of-summer music must have attitude. May is for poppy beats and shallow messages to make your hips swing easier and you drink more beer.