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Concert Review: Ben Folds Live in Houston, 11/18/05

Ben Folds brought his three-man show to Numbers last month and put on a set over an hour and a half long, spanning material dating back to the mid-90s. He played old ones. He played new ones. He played new ones that were written in sound check two weeks prior. He even played Brick, which is one of those songs ... Read More »

Mirah – C’mon Miracle

During those thirty-five or so minutes, I did about three minutes of real, actual work. Read More »

Prague by Arthur Phillips

Five expats end up in Budapest and proceed to drink, smoke, and finagle their way into quirky relationships, shady but successful business deals, and strange art. Read More »

Katie Melua’s Missing One Thing

I cannot fault this album for anything. Except for the fact that it doesn't exactly warrant more than two listens. Read More »

The RIAA is rilly, rilly stupid

Just a few more reasons. Read More »

Muse – Absolution

Getting over the Radiohead influence is step 1. Read More »

Frankenbook of Lying Liars

Liberals will probably like it most, but all it takes is a minimal of sense of humor to laugh either way. Read More »

Alicia Keys live in San Antonio

She danced, she played piano, and she sang like next month's rent depended on it. Read More »

Primus Sucks, in Austin

Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers roll through Austin. Read More »

Muse, Where Have You Been All My Life?

Particleman muses on Muse and loves them to, well, particles. Read More »