A little bit of bluegrass to set your soul singing.
This trio of twelve year olds is a surprisingly talented group, if their debut album is any indication.
Lucinda Williams and friends provide a totally satisfying, though completely unpredictable, evening of music
It's believed the song will be new, not a cover of a past Franklin hit.
Music Choice has dubbed October "Rocktober" and chosen none other than nu-metal heavyweights Korn, as its Artist of the Month.
Jesca Hoop talks about her influences, her mentors, and the process of writing her debut album.
Montreal jazz groove artist, Chantal Ranger, hits all the right notes with her self-titled debut CD.
Digital Shades is a highly enjoyable, if brief, ambient project from M83. Fans are encouraged to indulge their slower sides.
Cinematic brain music.
Play this motherf*cker 'til tomorrow...
The legendary king of cool, matched up with some of today's stars for a collection with a mixed result.
Listen to the mandolin blues?
Harryhausen's classic wallows in camp, but emerges unscathed.
“The Kingdom” takes an old formula to a new environment and makes it work, barely.
So many shows, and more than a few bugged me.
Chasin' Gus' Ghost takes the viewer on a journey back to the roots of early blues and jazz.
It tends to be scarier when they don’t show the creatures.
Rather than giving the audience a chronological timeline to watch, the film allows the viewer to feel the emotions of these young people.
Jerry is stabbed and Nikolas is holding the knife.
An essential horror piece.
"Yes, there is definitely an element of revenge in my writing Keep It Real" - Bill Bryan
In a nutshell this is a Faustian cyberpunk noir sci-fi thriller.
How do you handle a man with body parts in the front seat of his truck?
In no way was I prepared for how truly wonderful this turned out to be. I loved it, plain and simple.
Race, politics, and murder in a New England college town.
52, a weekly DC Comics series. This week, starring Animal Man, Black Adam, Osiris, Isis and the Marvel Family.
In this epic poem with a Homerian feel, we get a unique sense of history told in the author's rich sensual vernacular.
People tend to seek out and stay with partners who are fair, yet firm, and push us to be better.
Looking at him is looking into me.
We no longer have cable at our house because the kids found it magically delicious. Ah, but I liked it, too.
Politicians don't even like themselves enough to give people reasons to vote for them.