Product Reviews

The concept of linear time just doesn’t exist when it comes to the Radiators.
Phish concert DVD releases have, until now, been somewhat unsatisfying for hardcore fans.
Any band with Poogie Bell in it would have to call themselves Poogie Bell Band regardless of the depth of his contribution, because such a moniker only comes along once in a lifetime.
When talking about Papa Grows Funk's latest album, Mr Patterson's Hat, band namesake John Gros makes one thing clear - “You might think you’re throwing down, but if Mr Patterson ain’t dancin’, you ain...
This second in their “Gleam” series of EPs from musical geniuses, Scott and Seth Avett, proves to be even more ‘gleaming’ than the first.
Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, Rainmaker is a good ol' rock band - a quartet of bass, drums, keys, and guitar with vocals.
Having seemingly fostered its own community within the tight-knit Ithaca, NY music scene, SoulForce appropriately reflects Thousands of One’s collaborative, socially oriented outlook.
The news on Cure All is how different it is from the Stanton Moore Trio, which prominently features soul-jazz organ player Robert Walter as well.
Scythian brings first-generation authenticity to their unique hodgepodge of Irish, Celtic, klezmer, and gypsy influences.
From the moment laser hits plastic on Turbine's second disc, Reward, the listener is barraged with frenetic tempos, breakneck instrumental breakdowns, and smartly layered vocal harmonies.
A graceful record, and a credit to the durability of Fela Kuti’s seminal genre.
Laura Reed & Deep Pocket’s soul:music is so recognizable and so effortless that it’s hard to imagine it’s the Asheville, North Carolina group’s debut album.