Yea Big + Kid Static are the indie group in the hip-hop scene.
Saturday Looks Good To Me’s music evolves with each subsequent album.
A night with this live music dream team promises not to disappoint.
Coheed & Cambria's albums have improved with every effort.
Sigur Rós' latest mixes the band's atmospheric tendencies with subtlety and beauty.
This highly respected pre-grunge-era group is back to show the kids how super heavy thrash metal is done.
An expansive epic of EP proportions.
The soundtrack to the cult film Downtown 81 is jazzy, funky, new wavey, and generally fun and fabulous.
Here begins a three-part experiment.
No one left the Palace disappointed.
A Blogcritics discussion about the future of music delivery.
Broadway, diplomacy, and a beautiful voice
...when you listen to Ladysmith Black Mambazo sing in honour of the warrior spirit of their people, you feel an upsurge of hope
New York quartet The Rosewood Thieves have mightily bounced back from the collapse of the band’s former label V2 Records.
Fans of John Digweed and more recent Dave Seaman should give heed to this latest mix from Jimmy Van M.
A disappointment, but it could have been a lot worse. This could have been called City of Evil II.
Not the first name that comes to mind when you think about Brazilian jazz, but...
Invasion of the B-Girls is a collection cute and campy B-movie theme songs.
This collection explores the musical fusion of tango with other styles from around the globe.
Nothing says Christmas quite like the ka-ching! of a fresh new batch of greatest hits and reissue packages.
Star power meets storytelling for a franchise first.
One of the most poignant portraits of loneliness I’ve ever seen.
The son of musical legends speaks about the DVD of his parents' variety show.
The second Beatles movie finally gets deluxe DVD treatment.
"You'll meet them all again on their long journey to the middle".
Costner trades in his gills and webbed feet for a gun and an imaginary friend named Marshall.
Part two of Nathalie's conversation with Rob Stewart, creator of the documentary, Sharkwater.
Yeah, like they were really going to escape this week!
Hostel Part II has lots of blood, guts and gore, and makes for an entertaining second installment in what this viewer hopes is a long franchise.
Boldly going where no sea creature has gone before.
If you love history or even want to understand what the big brouhaha is all about, see Ken Burns' The War.
Saw IV is the dullest blade in the box and the weakest tool in the shed.
The continuation of the story of Haley's family is the story of all American families.
Blogging on my Treo on my way to BlogWorld I see Ron Paul on my plane and encounter some breaking news.
Democracy, like White's definition of you, may you survive long.
Be careful when absorbing information from polls that so confidently predict the future and the favorite. They are missing and underestimating the power of an important demographic.
Harry Taylor spoke up at a town hall meeting and now he wants to speak for his neighbors in Congress.
Enter to win a free copy of Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles for the PSP.
The second installment of the new Spyro trilogy boasts a strong story, great characters and challenging game play.
Everything outside of the actual gameplay is great.
The industry shouldn't be taking a blame for a game this terrible.
A look back at this influential, genre altering title from Namco.
A look at the "star machine" that produced movie stars of the 1930s, '40s and '50s.
"I wrote this book for the same reason I ran for governor — to try to make Texas a better place."
A memoir with a warning for us all.
How important is it to listen?
"I am the ugly pumpkin, as you can plainly see. Of one hundred thousand pumpkins, none are quite like me."
Police across the nation are reporting an upswing in this type of violence, as more and more pets fight for constitutional protections.
The worst kind of infraction occurs when the therapist asks the client to perform a specific act that is not part of the client’s treatment.
Ninaki presents a collection of big, bold cocktail rings based in architecture.
Nine down, eight to go.