Wilco's inclusion of jazz guitarist Nels Cline is a testament to the artistic importance of their music.
Pleasant pop-punk with both a sarcastic bite and a measure of faith.
U2 has brilliantly aligned themselves with the single greatest icon of the music experience in the 21st century - the Ipod.
I was beginning to contemplate the soundtrack's utility as a silver frisbee...and then things changed.
Rock, Pop and Soul Christmas radio for getting in the spirit!
This fall has brought a flair of new releases from Pop Punk princes like Green Day, Sum 41, Good Charlotte and Simple Plan. Bringing politics, social issues and heavy themes like child abuse into their lyrics it is right to wonder if the genre has grown up? Certainly these examples show Pop Punk's ability to move beyond songs about high school and surfing.
The solo debut from Gwen Stefani (No Doubt) kicks off with the 80s-tinged "What You Waiting For." The same can be asked of Gwen Stefani. What took her so damn long to release a solo album?
Some thoughts on The Passion Of The Christ
The Terminal feels like a Garry Marshall film with Spielberg’s artsy camera and lighting.
Peter Gabriel's new "Play" DVD charts his mastery of the rock video form over the past 22 years.
Japan's pop-rock princesses star in their own cartoon kidshow. . .
Hardly a democratic way to do things, and why we should keep an eye on it, at least until the tensions lessen
Woah, a jumper. I've never in my life heard of anyone even make like they're gonna jump off the roof of that building, and lo and behold, when I'm far anough away to see up there proper, what do I see but a banner and two guys
Thanksgiving. We're all familiar with the tale, a minor event in 1621 elevated to the level of propaganda and myth:
Brian McWilliams reveals the unsavory reality of the spammer underworld in this engaging new book.
Derek Hayes continues his series of acclaimed historic atlases with this latest entry about the exploration of America.
One cartoonist's dreams of glory. . .
Christopher Moore has tapped into the weird and wonderful in every book, and Fluke is no exception.