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Sheryl Crow’s Newest Proves That Music Can Save You

  by: Kidman J. Williams Artist: Sheryl Crow Album: Be Myself Label: Warner Bros. Rating: 4.4/5.0   Sheryl Crow’s first album “Tuesday Night Music Club” hit the scene in 1993 and since then she has earned herself nine Grammy Awards and sold more than 35 million albums all over the world, along with five of… Read more »

The Doors- 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition review

  by Kyle K. Mann Artist: The Doors Album name: The Doors- 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition Label: Elektra/Rhino Rating: 4.1/5.0 As the hype continues this bizarre year of 2017 over the 50th anniversary of all things 1967, on March 31 Rhino/Elektra released “The Doors: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition” which is meant to be the last… Read more »

Album Review: The Damn Truth’s Devilish Folk

  by: Kidman J. Williams Artist: The Damn Truth Album: Devilish Folk Label: Fineline Records/Warner Rating: 4.7/5.0 I was 17 years old, my mind was altered to such a degree that I should have been put into a mental hospital after I decided it was a good idea to climb the balconies to the third… Read more »

Interview With Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein

  Interviewer: Kidman J. Williams Illustration by: Joey Feldman This is the second time that I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein. And I do mean a pleasure. Doyle is nothing like his monstrous persona, he is simply the guy next door that you want to hang out and have a beer… Read more »

Album Review: Thirteen

  by: Doc Jeffurious Higgason Band: Thirteen Album: Volume 1 EP Label: Unsigned Rating: 2.8/5.0 Those of you who were kids in the 80’s and 90’s might recall a channel on television they called the ‘MTV’. For a full lesson on that I encourage you to check out the ‘Take Back MTV’ episode of Portlandia…. Read more »

Album Review: Edweird

  by: Joe Siess Artist: Edweird Album: C.H.U.D. Complex Label: None Rating: 3.8/5.0 Edweird not only has a wicked, ruthless, machine gun flow that would blow the pants off any rap/hip hop aficionado, but his witty lyricism and dark humor bring a whole new game to the scene. His bizarre lyrics and manic cadence combine… Read more »

Album Review: Brett Basil’s Exceed

  by: Doc Jeffurious Higgason Artist: Brett Basil Album: Exceed Label: Redlight Records Rating 2.0/5.0 Here at the music desk the “powers that be” in all their… eh, hem, Gonzo wisdom have adopted the policy of what we in the biz call ‘open submission’. Basically asking bands to send us just… whatever. Which in my… Read more »