Previous Next
September 2014 Relix Magazine Sampler: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers "Forgotten Man"
00:00 02:30
Volume Control Open/Close

/ REVIEWS

CD REVIEW

Joe Bonamassa: Different Shades of Blue

by Jeff Tamarkin on October 02, 2014
Joe Bonamassa felt that he was getting away from his roots, so for Different Shades of Blue the guitar virtuoso and former prodigy sat down and wrote every tune himself for the first time in...
CD REVIEW

Trigger Hippy: Trigger Hippy

by Jeff Tamarkin on October 01, 2014
With their varied backgrounds, you might expect a band featuring Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, singers Joan Osborne and Jackie Greene, Nashville, Tenn.-based guitarist Tom Bukovac and...
CD REVIEW

Gary Clark Jr.: Live

by Bill Murphy on September 30, 2014
Every budding guitar hero needs a live record to burnish the mystique, and Gary Clark Jr. delivers hard on this double-disc set. Live is as much a statement of his growing mastery as a singer...
SHOW REVIEW

Americana Soars at Nashville Fest

by Nancy Dunham on September 29, 2014
The Bros. Landreth by Erika Goldring Americana Music Festival Nashville, TN September 17-21 It’s easy to have a love-hate relationship with the Americana Music...
CD REVIEW

Ty Segall: Manipulator

by Richard Gehr on September 29, 2014
“Tall Man, Skinny Lady,” “The Faker,” “Connection Man,” “Susie Thumb,” “The Crawler”: There’s a colorful cast of slightly fucked-up characters at the core of Manipulator,...
SHOW REVIEW

Sturgill Simpson at The Troubadour

by Larson Sutton on September 26, 2014
Sturgill Simpson The Troubadour West Hollywood, CA September 11 In the loft of the Troubadour, a woman sat sidesaddle, somewhat unevenly, on a thin wooden railing, her neck...
CD REVIEW

The Juan MacLean: In A Dream

by Bill Murphy on September 26, 2014
Banging beats and spiky, hyperactive synths have always been an earmark of The Juan MacLean’s dance-floor-ready brand of hard disco—a formula that’s high on energy and low on subtlety,...
CD REVIEW

Tennis: Ritual In Repeat

by Ryan Reed on September 25, 2014
On their third LP, husband-wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley continue to churn out sleek, eager-to-please indie pop—the kind of stuff you’ll never want to turn off but only...
CD REVIEW

The Growlers: Chinese Fountain

by Glenn BurnSilver on September 24, 2014
Step into the way-back machine and join The Growlers on their time trip through the ‘60s acid-pop experiment, where musical styles blurred with often unexpectedly spectacular results. This...
CD REVIEW

Alt-J: This Is All Yours

by Justin Jacobs on September 23, 2014
Alt-J burst onto the indie-pop scene in 2012 with An Awesome Wave, which was exactly that: a genre-melting, kaleidoscopic album that won the Mercury Prize and swept many year-end lists. On...

Recent Headlines