After an eleven year hiatus, Portishead is back.
Celebrated jazz trumpeter and composer Dave Douglas is once again inspired by a silent movie star to create forward-looking music.
Cole explains that "dreams can tell a lie" on this compilation.
Saturdays = Youth is M83's 80's new-wave pop album, adding to their existing style with more standard song structure.
Five Times August performs "The Good Life" as part of the Sun Studio Sessions.
Springsteen on Obama: “I have now seen enough to know where I stand.”
Hayes Carll has a decisive answer to those faux-devotional slick country songs like "Jesus Take the Wheel."
Costello joins Magic Sam and Stevie Ray Vaughan as exciting young blues talents who left us just as they're hitting their stride.
Let me begin by stating that this is simply a review of a CD entitled "Bushspeak Volume 2: Fore More Years."
Everybody really does have the blues!
While not as famous as Sinatra or Cole, Johnny Hartman remains one of the greatest--and most under appreciated--interpreters of the Great American Songbook.
She's the future of pop and we had better take notice or she’ll kick our asses.
The worlds finest psychedelic, spacerock, funk, jazz fusion, Latin American dance band
Don't worry, there's life in the old fish yet.
From the opening notes of the title track’s legendary refrain, it is apparent that a state of composed delight is easily acquainted with this record.
From the primordial mist, in the land where Foghatsaurus and Grand Funk Triceratops roamed, the mighty Jo Jo Gunne emerged...
Sarah Assbring's sophomore album brings back the heavenly and gloomy side of El Perro Del Mar.
I'm putting my music collection on shuffle and talking about karaoke, marital differences, getting older, and other random silliness.
Kim & Seana help us launch another giveaway, and it's a doozie!
Buckingham has acquired a reputation as that of a meticulous, often-eccentric musician. This sensational live album is the payoff.
One blogger's 33 1/3 series rampage continues, this time with Tom Waits' Swordfishtrombones.
A detailed look at the secrets behind the most famous home run in the history of baseball.
A must-read for CS Lewis fans.
A new picture book by famous rock photographer.
The book is filled with well-researched articles, website resources, and much anecdotal evidence.
It's sort of true. It's almost true. It's just a little off.
"Have you ever had a dream so big and so unreal and then all of a sudden it was right there?"
Mariah Carey mentors the top seven.
Where is the last American in this land of hyphenated-cultures and rabid political fanatics? I crave to see his face...
When Americans began to sing dirges was when I sensed History's tragic hand upon her shoulder.
LAByrinth Theater Company is not neat and tidy-making. It bubbles and evolves with every production.
Trapped in a spider's web of just barely being out of reach of help, be it government programs or financial assistance.