In the recording world, when the mixing ends, the mastering begins. A new DIY-oriented podcast explains the process.
Yahoo to build first electronic time capsule, Modest Mouse's next album, and Keane's official bootlegs in today's update.
Robert Pollard has found even more music to release. Oh yeah, and some other stuff is out, too.
The Savior of Hip Hop.
Effortlessly combines heavy and thoughtful lyrical commentary with toe-tapping, head-bobbing synth-pop-rock.
I have to confess that I really don't remember much about Dick Dale and the Del-Tones.
The Falcon's new full length album Unicornography is a masterpiece of cheeky humor.
Lonesome Spurs debut not quite ready for prime-time.
The father of the jam band kicks it up with some new friends.
Fans from around the world gather in NYC's Central Park to celebrate what would have been John Lennon's sixty-sixth birthday.
More about Agatha lamenting the sad state of her love life than about discovering the circumstances surrounding a mysterious death.
The end of Life As We Know It, as viewed from behind the wheel of a '73 Buick.
I definitely underestimated this book.
"Bush’s legacy will precipitate a crisis over democracy that only the American people can resolve."
Yiddish through the mouths of WASPs.
A real page-turner sure to keep many young readers and their parents up past their bedtimes.
Not exactly in like Flynn, Act of Treason falls short of expectations.
Those who have enjoyed the previous perils of this particular Pauline will no doubt be pleased with this one.
An intriguing first book in a series of thrillers set in modern France.
It's practically a cliche to say it: smoking is a way of life in France.
This Week: Alien Pets, Intelligent Design, and more Alien Pets
"A person can be gay or a pedophile, but not both." A conversation with a psychologist friend.
Superstition is the stuff of ignorance and fear which gives rise to hatred and intolerance.
"I fell for that loser. What's to keep me from doing so again?"
I'll have a double serving of dreams with a side of bitterness, please.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 10, 2006
Old Delhi charm; Ramadan night magic; Red Fort glitter; Pakistani pop stars' charisma; and my digicam.
While not a classic, this is a film any true science fiction fan should see.
Some may say the ending is the downfall, but you will have to see it and decide for yourself.
Just what the world needs - heroes!
A love song to live radio tops this week's new release list.
Harry Potter's a horny teenager!
Scorsese has his biggest opening ever -- could it lead to his first directorial Oscar?
Three big stars and a great supporting cast team up with the venerable Martin Scorsese in this crime epic.
Why not? We have Power Rankings for everything else.
A series of DVDs and CDs for kids aged two to five.
This week, Adam Sandler controls the Universe.
Gamers can wish upon a Phantasy Star a little early.
The mini games are worth the price - it's a shame the basketball part is completely unplayable.
I never thought I would be so excited about trucks.
26 teams, 13 games, and 1 pithy prognosticator.
Celebrating the first five weeks of the NFL season by handing out some awards.
This is a good time to for someone to start caring and stop posturing about North Korea.
Won't join the Army to fight for oil, but you instead desire a real career? The CIA wants you!
Why does Geoge Bush keep using violence against other nations when he can't extract himself - or us - afterwards?
Harris supplies the comedy television is lacking this season
75% of Americans disapprove of their Congress, yet 90% get re-elected
Is this Kim's Don Corleone move?
Forget the usual fluff: bomb them, bribe them, blame Clinton. The key is to get China to act.
It's time to base our drug policy on the best interests of our citizens and legalizing marijuana is a vital first step.
Taboo ingredients for Jell-O? The mental_floss question of the day.