An elaborate drone/ambient/electronica album.
These may be the "glory days" for Internet radio.
A conversation with one-half of the popular duo.
A fantastic show for young and old.
The Band: Chapter 1.
The debut album from What Laura Says hits you with what feels like a "Cliff Notes" version of music history.
Hybrid offers a split DJ offering, with both ambient-cinematic and tech-house sides; but flavored with their trademark sound.
A punk rock album not over processed or created purely for sales.
If you can't recognize that as magic then I feel sorry for you.
For their fourth record, The Walkmen serve up a more experimental sound from them to you.
The latest Jimmy Wayne news.
The musical evolution of an old hound dog.
Jules rules! It's a sad, sad world, but this child of Nineties Modern Rock is aging gracefully on her 10th solo album.
"...next time maybe I will know how to walk away with pride and grace and faith in myself knowing how the world works..."
Negativland's most song-oriented release to date will please longtime fans, but may bewilder newer ones.
Pineapple Express is a big hit at the movies. Is the soundtrack just as smokin? Well you won't be low.
Following on from last weeks interview - here's the review of the Touchstone album
I can’t imagine anyone listening to it most of it more than once.
LeRoi Moore died in Los Angeles, age 46, from complications due to an ATV accident.
Sooners and Longhorns and business as usual in the dry southwest.
Bengals owner Mike Brown sells what little is left of his soul in re-signing Chris Henry
The new movie Toby co-produced, co-wrote, and starred in is a success.
Bounds of creativity and imagination alongside impressive action. But not as good as the first film.
At the very least you know your kids are watching this instead of Miley Cyrus, and that should be a big plus for any family.
A mesmerizing look at one of the world’s most mystifying and spectacular places.
Sacha Baron Cohen's minor comedy classic just may have more staying power than suspected.
Football flick falls prey to the usual cliches.
High on atmosphere, low on substance. This movie is truly "jaw" dropping.
Average but solid low budget creature fare.
By roasting Bob Saget, a comedian whose very career is itself a joke, Comedy Central made traditional insult humor obsolete.
The war movie/Hollywood spoof takes several risks that restrict most comedies, but yields little reward.
Eureka did a Groundhog Day-esque thing last night, and it was swell.
The Spanish horror film [Rec] reinvents the POV shaky cam exercise to create a classical haunted house picture.
As he says in The Rocker, "too loud," is not in Rainn Wilson's vocabulary.
Smart People shows the common stupidity of life and sometimes it’s just nice that simple films can provide a simple message.
Is Uwe Boll showing signs of progress?
A specialty publisher releases a limited edition volume of photographs and text about the 101st Airborne's famed Easy Company.
Some of the world's greatest thinkers, including Albert Einstein, were refugees. All children deserve the opportunity to demonstrate their potential and worth.
More than a simple week on a cruise ship, a voyage to Alaska beckons you into a magnificent wilderness.
America the way it used to be. Turns out it was a really great time.
What would happen if a terrorist group exploded a nuclear weapon on U.S. soil?
A book that's about much more than just ways to pare down and organize your stuff.
Join an adventurous millipede family on an entertaining and educational voyage in this children's storybook with accompanying CD.
Life at the infamous Chelsea Hotel and beyond.
The Kindle is the perfect big kid play toy for compulsive readers and tech junkies!
Report from the Center for American Progress reveals not enough is being done to protect people on the Internet. Will this threaten the e-commerce model?
If you are interested in learning more about Audition 3, or more about audio editing in general, then I recommend this video.