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Music Review: Black Francis – Bluefinger

Music to crash your car by. The best album the Pixies never made. Read More »

Music Review: Magnet- The Simple Life

Magnet's third release is buoyant Norwegian pop at 40,000 feet, complete with whistling, woodblocks, wine bottles, and Bob Marley. Read More »

DVD Review: Foyle’s War, Series 4

How does a period murder mystery bring in uncomfortable echoes of the Iraq War? When it's Foyle's War, quite naturally. Read More »

Music Review: Jeff Buckley – So Real: Songs from Jeff Buckley

On the tenth anniversary of Jeff Buckley's death, a collection that almost puts his work in perspective. Read More »

Music Review: Bebel Gilberto – Momento

A pleasant afternoon moment from Brazil's leading export that leaves us wanting more. Read More »

Music Review: Christopher O’Riley, Second Grace: The Music of Nick Drake

Piano transcriptions of Nick Drake! For people who like this sort of thing. Read More »

Music Review: Josh Haden – Devoted

On Josh Haden's self-released solo debut, there are echoes of his old band Spain--and Dan the Automator too. Read More »

New Nick Drake Recordings in 2007

Nick Drake reaches out from beyond the grave with previously unheard tracks and an appearance at SxSW. Read More »

Music Review: Bootsy Collins – Christmas Is 4 Ever

What, pray tell, is Bootsy doing with a bunch of white bread Christmas classics? He’s throwing a funky Christmas party. Read More »

Music Review: Sting – Songs from the Labyrinth

Come, heavy Sting: plodding through the John Dowland catalog with the King of Pain. Read More »