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Music Review: TV On The Radio – Dear Science,

TV on The Radio is back with an art-rock masterpiece that might just be the album of the year. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Too Cool To Be Forgotten by Alex Robinson

You're a teen again – you've heard the idea before, but Alex Robinson puts a funny, sad spin on it in his latest graphic novel. Read More »

Music Review: Midnight Oil – Diesel and Dust (Sony Legacy Edition)

A breakthrough of righteous Australian rock gets remastered in a new CD/DVD special edition. Read More »

Book Review: Johnny Boo – The Best Little Ghost In The World! by James Kochalka

A ghost, an ice cream monster and much silliness in cartoonist James Kochalka's new children's comic. Read More »

Book Review: The Wild Trees by Richard Preston

Head into a hidden world with this fascinating exploration of California's redwood canopies. Read More »

Music Review: The Old 97’s – Blame It On Gravity

Love and romance with a country twang, the Old 97's return with a fiery new album. Read More »

Music Review: The Replacements – Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash, Stink, Hootenanny, and Let It Be (Special Edition Reissues)

An '80s band that matters: Nearly thirty years on, the rough and raw Replacements still soar in four great new reissues. Read More »

Book Review: After Dark by Haruki Murakami

As a kind of throat-clearing between bigger tales, the enigmatic After Dark is almost more of a tone poem than a fully fleshed-out novel. Read More »

Music Review: Everclear – The Vegas Years

1990s rock icons Everclear retrench with a covers record paying homage to their idols. Read More »

Book Review: Ultimate Blogs – Masterworks From The Wild Web edited by Sarah Boxer

One book tries to sum up millions of blogs in a best-of collection, and while it isn't completely comprehensive, it's a good try. Read More »