Yep, got some more new stuff up online this week, including a review of shaggy-headed Tyler boys Ivoryline, who're playing tomorrow (Sun., 4/6) at Warehouse Live with Family Force 5, The Myriad, & The Maine -- I dunno a thing about the rest of the bill, but Ivoryline aren't bad, at least not on record. You can check out writer Bill Reed's review of the album here & see if it's your thing, as well.
Plus, there're writeups on the new Mark Lanegan/Greg Dulli collab/project The Gutter Twins, the Fake Problems disc that brought writer Teri Sue back to the musical world, and the cool new Marion Brown tribute disc by Michiganders His Name is Alive. All of which, btw, are damn cool. Reviews of all three are up on the site.
On top of that, we've got up reviews of a couple of shows, like the badass punk nostalgia-fest with NOFX, No Use For A Name, The Flatliners, & lone-gone local guys Latch Key Kids and the Beach House/Papercuts show at Walter's a little while back -- check 'em out here and here.
Here's the full pile:
Live Reviews: NOFX/No Use For A Name/The Flatliners/Latch Key Kids & Live: Beach House/Papercuts.
Reviews: Ivoryline; The Gutter Twins; Fake Problems; His Name is Alive; The Autumn Offering; The Millions; Scott Reynolds & The Steaming Beast; & Stereo Total.
More to come this month; keep checking back.
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