Finding Clyde plays pulse-pounding, power chord-driven hard rock.
A review of M. Ward's eighth solo album, A Wasteland Companion, available April 10 from Merge Records.
Superbly crafted work with music and lyrics working in tandem to create something transcending the normal boundaries of popular music.
The Kinks: Chapter 12. Ray Davies and The Kinks head for Broadway.
Dark debut album from Rooftop Runners.
14 intense tracks from the Louisiana bluesman's extensive catalog.
An absolutely, completely, and utterly awful mess. Enjoy.
Hart of Dixie sees Zoe's dad come to town, and a couple of relationships are threatened.
Fred Astaire purists can relax: the WWII musical comedy is finally on DVD.
Made in 1958, A Night to Remember remains the finest, most accurate account of the sinking of the Titanic.
As House, M.D. moves into the series home stretch, it's time for a "Gut Check."
A motion comic follow-up to Astonishing X-Men: Gifted, again penned by Joss Whedon with artwork by John Cassaday.
Ben fights with Adrian, while Adrian continues to pursue Ricky. Where is it all heading?
Two immigrants, a hundred years apart, both victims of social injustice, in a novel that would make every reader think.
"My sincere wish is that people get both encouraged and empowered to gain real power in life and leadership," says business leader Andreas Dudas.
Come Home deftly delivers enough volatile suspense to keep the reader engaged until the end is reached.
Interview with Dr. Laura Maciuika on her stress management book, Conscious Calm.
14-year-old Kisaki tries to figure out her feelings for Giniro while using psychic powers to fight aliens.
Dancing on Broken Glass: A definite tear-jerker. An enthusiastic thumbs up.
A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes is a wonderful resource for the early diagnosis and treatment of diabetes.
Prolific scribe Paige Shelton does it all from a position of love.
A tapestry of 20th century music, life, and love by a Natural Woman.
The new Penny Arcade game is retro inspired and full of promise.
Warzone Earth deserves your attention, five stages in bringing a euphoric feeling of brilliant game design that not even finding Jesus could match.