I don’t blame Muddy Waters for my displeasure, as its presentation was solid, as were the two lead actors.
Two haunting entries from Avalanche followed, “While We Were Hunting Rabbits” and the title track, the latter a heartbreaking, vivid rendition.
This tour features just Good and his guitar, but his brilliance is visible in any form.
You become entangled in their lives, cringing when they miss an opportunity or make a bad emotional decision.
“The Fall” could easily be a single on alternative radio today; drawing NIN comparisons, it’s a strong display of Numan’s still-apparent talents.
If you can ignore the nagging questions, you’ll enjoy the read.
Some artists’ acoustic re-imaginings come off as flat or repetitious, lazy efforts to release CDs without going through the efforts of writing and recording new material. Black Lab’s Unplugged most certainly does not fall into […]
After more than a few listens, the album's title begins to seem eerily descriptive of what awaits.
It’s not like a job or anything like that; it’s just like something we’ve always done, and it’s fun.
It’s a mystery of both literary and historical proportions.