a fragile tomorrow Archive

Hundred-word Reviews for February 2016, Part 4

Tuneful rock, pop, and rock/pop is the theme of today’s set of hundred-word reviews. All are recent releases of new music. Hurricane#1 – Find What You Love and Let it Kill You On his 2014 album credited to Gun Club Cemetery, Alex Lowe served up some study, meat-and-potatoes rock. Since then he’s endured (and won)

Album Review: A Fragile Tomorrow – Be Nice Be Careful

As baseball boffin / bowtied blowhard George Will likes to begin especially forceful pronouncements, “It is axiomatic.” What exactly is axiomatic in this case? That big-label backing does not always equal quality music, and that indie- or self-released label product isn’t always unworthy of national attention. I mention this not only to get in a