The Bad Brains are back and they brought Adam Yauch along to produce their new album.
Sometimes the best art can come out of the worst times.
Combichrist delivers with latest release, continues down road to Industrial icon stature.
Review of the blues, country, punk album by Scott H. Biram: Graveyard Shift.
Continuing our look at CCM’s recent CD reissuing of platters from the Four Seasons catalog.
I offer this album as proof that rock and roll doesn't have to be polished stadium rock to be great.
Old world versus New World.
On Josh Haden's self-released solo debut, there are echoes of his old band Spain--and Dan the Automator too.
Collector’s Choice Music reissues eleven Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons albums: falsetto fans swoon!
Crunk... the hip-hop version of emo?
Are you ready for the mediocre?
For someone who has made work by EBTG, The Style Council, The Go-Betweens, Massive Attack and Lloyd Cole stunningly memorable, this is just stunningly disappointing. Not worth the 25-year wait.
Debut album by SF-power pop trio smokes something fierce
Japan's Dir en Grey may be depressing and gloomy, but that is no reason not to give them a chance.
Where normally I get nervous about musicians leaving the folds of their bands, this time it’s a charm, both for Woomble and for others!
A mesmerizing collection of movie titles.
Italian gothic horror films are high watermarks in the cinema of supernatural horror. They're creepy as hell, too.
Matt McCoy is messin' with sasquatch.
Try as we might, we won't be rid of Sanjaya next week.
The just released Platinum Edition DVD features a newly restored version of the 1953 film that sparkles like pixie dust.
Two UK TV shows join the list - Life on Mars and Primeval.
Subarov fondly remembers the joyride that he, Anya and Martha took, but he’s not happy about Jack going nuts at the Consulate.
Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator" turns the hunter into the hunted. This is TV worth watching.
"Gilmore Girls Only" sees some of the charm returning to the show, but did they miss the best scene?
Like Key Largo - only with more rodents.
"For me, the two greatest discoveries of the twentieth century were the Cuisinart and the clitoris."
The child patients will show you what the human spirit, mind and body are capable of in the face of overwhelming odds.
Slate celebrates its ten-year anniversary with a compilation of some of its best articles.
Completely original, a very interesting read.
A great romp through space for juvenile readers and adults who like adventurous science fiction.
Even if you do not recognize his name, I will bet everything in my wallet, that you have seen his work.
I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you are pro-reading since you are looking at these words.
If you have been taking pictures for more than five to ten years, photograpy is more than just your digital images.
His book has become an instant classic. Intensive conversations with the Tree Man of India.
Sex, death, graphic novel genius... Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie create a mind-blowing masterpiece.
... proves that doing nothing is doing something after all. It is the art of leisure.
Dirk Pitt is back in his nineteenth adventure.
mental_floss question of the day.
Five songs cut from the Broadway show were restored for this production.
Humans seem to be wired to believe in God. Is this evidence of religion's evolutionary advantages, God's handiwork, or both?
The shearing of Britney is significant and not in line with her other antics.
With the death of Ernest Gallo, the world of wine has lost an innovator and an ally.
With its dark Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper and rich flavors the Brazilia Gol is a must-try.
Supplements can be avoided through the simple expedient of eating a properly balanced diet
Google could easily reduce the cost of college education, with YouTube and outsourcing grading.
For once the touch screen actually makes a DS Wario game less fun.
With the sun sensor gone, players will be dancing in the moonlight and walking on sunshine.
I'll stick with the 14 year old NBA Jam, thanks. At least someone was paying attention when they designed that classic.
Jewel Quest II continues the gem matching adventure from its predecessor.
This is not a prediction, but an explanation why the window might already be closing.
Some want fans to just enjoy the ride. Look where that got us last time.