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Music Review: Davidge [Massive Attack] – “Riot Pictures” [New Single Featuring Sandie Shaw]


“Riot Pictures” is one of those unique musical collaborations that actually works as a real song, rather than as a one-off novelty item. And it is one of the better electronic singles of 2014. Read More »

Music Review: Sia – ‘1000 Forms of Fear’

Sia - 1000 Forms of Fear

Sia's new album showcases the introspective singer's two biggest strengths: her top-flight songwriting, and her expressive and powerful voice, resulting in her strongest solo effort to date. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – ‘Ultra Music Festival Compilation 2014′

Ultra Music Festival 2014

In anticipation of this year's festival, Ultra Music has released an excellent compilation of electronic dance music hits and new singles, from the performers. Read More »

Scott Deitche’s Favorite Songs of 2013


There is probably more variety in my list this year (Amon Amarth, Tegan and Sara), which is a good thing, but also some returning faves as well (Washed Out, Kate Rogers). Read More »

Music Review: Cults – ‘Static’


Indie popsters Cults return with a strong follow-up to their 2011 debut, mixing Motown, garage rock, and a theremin. Read More »

Music News: Alexx Calise Releases New Single, “All Night Long”


LA-based singer songwriter Alexx Calise releases a new and bluesy mid-tempo rocker that showcases her vocal chops. Read More »

Music Review: Breakbot – ‘You Should Know’


This collection of synthpop disco remixes is well suited for a late summer listen. Read More »

Alice in Chains Are Back: New Record The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here Out May 28, 2013


Alice in Chains will soon release the follow-up to their successful 2009 comeback record Black Gives Way to Blue. Read More »

Book Review: Whitey’s Payback by T.J. English

Whitey’s Payback serves is a ripping good collection of top-notch crime writing. Read More »

My Favorite Songs of 2012

My favorite songs of 2012 from metal to indie to pop. Oh, and Rush. Read More »