Film Reviews

Morphine: Journey of Dreams

The drug of choice for much of the 1990s indie-rock community was Morphine. Like opium dens of dangerously dark, seductive and stylish sound, their records resonated with an alternative crowd … Read more

New Orleans Music in Exile

Noted blues and jazz film maker, Robert Mugge, and fellow producer, Diana Zelman, examine the effects of Katrina on the soul of New Orleans – its musicians that are vital … Read more

Bryan Adams

A youthful, shit-eating grin plastered across his boyish face, popular Canadian songsmith Bryan Adams must have felt like a conquering hero. There he was, simply clad in a t-shirt and … Read more


Cue the streamers, along with a blizzard of confetti. This is Las Vegas after all, and AOR giants Styx are about to close a glitzy, hit-filled performance in style with … Read more

The Everly Brothers

Ike Everly, respected folk and country entertainer and guitar master, realizes that his young sons blend their heavenly voices as only siblings can. He later features them on his radio … Read more

Last of the Mississippi Jukes

The timing for this release couldn’t be better; in this bitter, ugly, acrimonious election season, it shows us how we can really get along so much better. It’s a detailed … Read more

The Beach Boys

Falling in love with the sublime Pet Sounds wasn’t so simple in the mid-1960s. Though indescribably beautiful and alluring, she was complicated, unlike the simple hit songs about cars, surfing … Read more