Published Nov 30, 2010Tuesday is back again, and as usual, we have a shiny new collection of reviews for you to peruse, so why not hang out at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section a while?
First up, what do you get when you take a pinch of Lynyrd Skynyrd, some cowbell, liberal use of power tools and some strippers? You get a recipe for one killer live show from tongue-in-cheek rockers White Cowbell Oklahoma (pictured). Although they have three full albums under their novelty belt buckles, the Toronto, ON group have released a live album, entitled Viva Live Locos: Alive at the Burg Herzberg Festival. Read our review to find out why this candid peek into the perverted world of a White Cowbell Oklahoma concert is well worth the trip.
Next, Montreal fuzz rockers No Joy might just be the next big thing. Check out our review of the Best Coast labelmates' first full-length album, Ghost Blonde, and read an interview with the band's Jasmine White-Gluz to find out why we gave them the Exclaim! Mark of Excellence.
Next, Yelawolf blew our collective minds less than a year ago when he released a stunning mixtape. Find out what we think of his first full-length album, Trunk Muzik 0-60. Also, OFF!, a Frankenstein hybrid group made up of some of punk's finest, have pulled together tracks from four of their previous EPs to create a cohesive album humbly entitled Four EPs.
Next, read our review of Curren$y's latest, Pilot Talk II, and learn why we think the album is evidence of a creative renaissance in the rapper's career. Lastly, find out what we think of the latest from British dubstepper Shackleton, who has released Fabric 55.
Check out these reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section, and don't forget to check out the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page.