Girl at the Rock Shows


Album Review

Louise Distras – ‘Beauty After Bruises’

It's been a long day and now the skies are very dark and ominous. What do these two things have to do with each other? In actuality, very little but, in my mind, it has me looking for some music... Continue Reading →

Evil Sweet – ‘Queen Victoria EP’

I have some things to do outside tonight just around the house but I'm avoiding it like the plague. It's hot as hell outside and it feels like I never actually left Vegas. Honestly, it's miserable and, yes, this is... Continue Reading →

Chris Perkins – ‘Meant To Be’

I've had a couple of albums sitting on my desk to be reviewed for some time now. I feel terrible that it has taken me this long to get them but honestly, with Punk Rock Bowling on the calendar, my... Continue Reading →

Things That Fly – ‘Things That Fly’

My goal was to publish this review of "Things That Fly" from Things That Fly on Mother's day. I mean, this duo is made up of two middle-aged moms which would have made it perfect and catchy but, as usual,... Continue Reading →

Motherway – ‘I Curse Dead Stars’

It's been awhile since I've reviewed a full album. I've honestly just run out of time but there are so many amazing albums out there that I am determined to find a way to fit it back into my schedule.... Continue Reading →

Thomas Charlie Pedersen – ‘Employees Must Wash Hands’

There's something common about the phrase "Employees Must Wash Hands". Although it should be common sense, we see the statement in almost all public bathrooms. Like I said-- common. That being said, there's nothing "common" about Thomas Charlie Pedersen's album... Continue Reading →

Lives Lost – ‘A Portrait of Loss’

It's snowing out. No, I'm not kidding. We went from 80 degrees earlier this week to a cold snow which, at times, is blowing around so much it looks like a bit of a blizzard. Although I like the coziness... Continue Reading →

Canary Complex – ‘The Tragic Dance of Dying Leaves’

I mean, the title of this album alone is art. Just read that title slowly with your eyes close- 'The Tragic Dance of Dying Leaves'. It is pure bliss. It paints a picture, it evokes a feeling, it's poetry and... Continue Reading →

Oberon Rose – ‘Purple, Blue & Crimson’

I've had "Oberon Rose Review" on my to-do list for weeks. I honestly have no reason as to why it has taken me so long to find the time to do this review but all I can say is that... Continue Reading →

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