MIEN [S/T] Rocket Records, 2018 Review by Kent Manthie The members of MIEN are not fresh, greenhorn local faves, etc. but rather a quartet of veterans from various indie bands, some of whom you might be familiar. Let’s […]
Joan of Arc The Gap Jade Tree Records, 2000 Review by Kent Manthie I just felt like I had to answer all these haters who’ve, in the fifteen years since […]
I don’t care what ANYONE says – Cruising is a GREAT film. IMO, it should’ve won Best Picture in 1980! Enjoy it (while you can-??) KM.
The Lovely Intangibles Tomorrow is Forever Self-Released, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie […]
Brainvoyager Dream World &Other Playlists Self-released, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie There’s some groovy ambient music spinning our way and it is the product of none other than Brainvoyager, a one-man outfit who is strictly indie. No encumbrances of any label, just himself, his recording gear and one hell of an imagination. This is not […]
Darren Deicide Back From the Dead: The Harismus Sessions, 2015 Review by Kent Manthie The historic landmark known as the Jersey City and Harismus Cemetery was originally founded in 1829. It is a six acre sized area of land that houses the dead of New Jersey, going back, almost 200 years! Anyway, not too long […]
Butterfield The Truth You Think I Stole Self-Released, 2014 Review by Kent Manthie The latest album by Butterfield, The Truth You Think I Stole is a melange of tunes dealing with love, angst, self-immolation, metaphorically speaking, after a bittersweet battle for truth and clarity. Written by singer/songwriter Michael Butterfield, this album is the result of […]