SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: November 2008

Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board WALTER SICKERT & THE ARMY OF BROKEN TOYS Casualty Menagerie 6-song CD Having been a fan for many years, I have looked forward to this CD ever since I heard their dark, brooding, eerie debut.  Walter and Edrie’s shows are always about demented spectacle, twisted torment, and … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: October 2008

Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board WEISSTRONAUTS Sool Recordings/Dren Records Instro-tainment  14-song CD Already Weisstronauts album number four has arrived. And once again these exemplars of great and wicked fun have burst upon the scene with their frolics and their gee-whiz chops and have taken the world by storm. Well—maybe not the world. … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: September 2008

Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board KAY HANLEY DeGuerre Records Weaponize 12-song CD Eighteen-years and seven-plus studio albums later, Kay Hanley maintains her grasp on gleeful arrogance while surrendering to her trademark youthful voice. The former Letters To Cleo frontwoman has held her own in the solo world without compromising her dedicated fan … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: Summer 2008

Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board AXEMUNKEE Tigrette Records SideWalk Mary 10-song CD The last time I got my head completely smacked like this was by a record from Abunai! many years ago. It’s that rare kinda mind-melt that can be many things to many people. It’s psychedelic, dark, jaunty, spiritual, playful, sinister, … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: June 2008

Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board   DAVE ARONOFF & THE PROTAGONISTS Topless Records Dead Bird for Dinner 10-song CD Nice. A ten song, live-in-studio, pure product of America. “Dead to Me” sets the tone; it’s a mock-indignant kiss-off-cum-travelogue. This is followed by a winsome ballad (“In the Dark”), a jealous lament (“Brand … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: May 2008

    Comment on any CD Review in Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board   THE LENNY SOLOMON BAND Not Life Threatening Music Maybe Today 14-song CD The Lenny Solomon Band plays a modern variation of good ole Creedence, with a dash of Petty, and a splash of Wilco. They have just enough country twang and lite-rockin’ folksy blues … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: April 2008

Comment on any CD Review in the April Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board THE CELLO CHIX Under the Covers 10-song CD This is a female trio, two cellists, Rebecca Thornblade and Susanna Porte, and drummer Nancy Delaney, who play instrumental versions of popular covers. It’s their superior musicianship makes this basic idea so listenable. While their live performance … Read More >>

SILVER CIRCLE REVIEWS: March 2008

Comment on any CD Review in the March Reader's Respo™ Make sure you title your comment so we know which review you're talking about. You can also discuss local music 24/7 at The Noise Board NEPTUNE Radium/Table of the Elements Gong Lake 10-song CD “Forty-pound guitars assembled entirely from scrap metal” (and the like). So sayeth the presskit, and the wary are to be forgiven for thinking that this has got to be too gimmicky to be good. The wary … Read More >>