by Jeff Hahne
Each Friday, we review 10 recently released CDs in 10 words each:
Pear Extempore Collection of free jazz is haphazard, infused with Miles spirit.
Krays Sangre NYC punk group released first album in nearly a decade.
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age 1998 debut album gets the remastered and expanded reissue treatement.
Los Vigilantes S/T San Juan, Puerto Rico, quintet brings no-bullshit punk attitude.
Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine Enhanced Methods of Questioning Quick-hitting album only has five songs, one bonus track.
Paul Brady Hooba Dooba Dublin rockers 12th solo album shows eclectic range of styles.
Breaking Laces When You Find Out Brooklyn trio infuses pop into its solid brand of rock. (At the Evening Muse on 6/10)
Louis Ludwig Nichevo New Orleans producer/engineer releases debut lo-fi country album.
Son Lux We Are Rising Oddly, this electronica album is as mellow as I expected.
Glasvegas Euphoric/Heartbreak Scottish rockers sounds more like a poor-mans whiny U2.