Happy birthday to you, Alicia Silverstone, and many more.
This weeks DVD releases are split between the undead, living dead, but thankfully no grateful dead.
For October: revisiting 1963's landmark "appalling" gore/horror flick. . .
Spread over 2 discs, Bloom is at once a representation of the state of the art in Progressive House and a sign pointing toward the future.
"How many more of Biggie's rhymes gon' come out your fat lips?" -Nas. This review, by a hardcore Nas fan, tells why God Son is wrong about the Jigga.
"Melody: How To Write Great Tunes" by British musician-historian-journalist Rikky Rooksby explains why melody has become a dying art in popular music--and how songwriters can fix that.
T. Jefferson Parker takes a turbulent trip down memory lane in this 1960s era murder mystery.