Scars, like all of the Basement Jaxx work, is an album that combines pop and dance with substance and soul.
The long lost John Phillips musical welcomes you to the moon.
Could another Grammy (to add to all those he already has) be a possibility?
Studio gloss can't hide the lack of talent on BoA's American debut.
Sarah McLachlan can do the impossible...
Sonny Rollins teams with some of the finest players in these 1954 sessions.
Blake Gibson/Broken Harbour stakes a claim in deep space for Canadian drone.
Derivative? Pretentious? Ah, whatever!
Converge promise to kill us with Axe to Fall.
This is your lot for the week, from pomp to the darkest of avant garde.
Like the song from Smashing Pumpkins 1995 release Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, very rarely does rage just all of a sudden announce itself.
From the Chuck Knoblauch allusion to the Chuck Finley recurring callback, it's all too obvious.
...and the bartender says "Hey, why the 1-3 record?"
From Delonte West to bad quarterbacks and a fired manager, the news never got better.
What did Slice-Nelson tell us about bridging the gap from fighting to mixed martial arts?
The Sacramento Kings' beat writer, Sam Amick, breaks down the threat of relocation and the team's biggest offseason moves.
Horror, comedy, family - this week has something for everyone.
FlashForward tries the Lost paradigm on for size, and finds it needs some alterations.
New indie stars Bai Ling, Dana Delany, Debi Mazar, Guillermo Diaz, Angela Sarafyan and Jesse Garcia
The Magdalene Sisters isn't a mainstream movie, but it's well worth the effort to seek it out.
Life on Mars is the American adaptation of the hit UK series.
Minnesota Cuke is back, and with him comes a return to the winning Veggie Tales formula.
From the directing duo who brought you Fargo and Miller's Crossing comes the story of drug deal ... gone terribly wrong.
Experience the Second World War with Michael Kitchen as DCS Christopher Foyle in this wonderful mystery series from across the pond.
Forget about saving the cheerleader, how do we save the series?
A humble, graceful, and worthwhile teaching – and a really nice way to spend an hour and half.
My daughter paints her shirt, and I remember Basquiat and Warhol.
The Chiller Eyegore Awards is tomorrow, October 2nd.
Memphis rednecks tear down a billboard honoring a gay Marine.
Part three of the Los Angeles Ring as seen through the imagination of Achim Freyer. Siegfried is the best so far.
The world of denim is fraught with pitfalls and muffin-tops.
The next time someone hands this 20-year-old a kids' menu, I'm dyeing my hair gray.
A perspective on insights and inspiration anticipated to emanate from the movers and shakers attending the 2009 World Business Forum.
Spencer explains to infidels what they need to know about the Koran.
This enjoyable adventure/thriller brings us around the world looking for treasure and mysterious killers.
A lesson in molecules by way of comic book style.
Power techniques for authors to sell more books through social networking online.
A beautifully expressive psychological thriller about a young woman who reluctantly returns to her hometown to confront a past of mystery, murder, and startling revelations.
Dr. Vijayam is working hard, changing the economic and spiritual face of India — now is the time to join him.
Talk about game overload! And it is not even November. Here are our picks from today's PSP extravaganza.
Does anyone want to know the story of Bowser's insides? Eww.
It's PSP Go week with many, many digital PSP games and some minis too!
Ormagoden DEMANDS you watch the Brutal Legend DEMOTHON!
Lumberjack mini-games? Time to break out your inner Paul Bunyan.
One of PAX's smallest booths plays host to its biggest surprise.
Ever dream of being a treasure hunter and exploring new worlds?