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Music Review: Public Image Limited – ‘What the World Needs Now’

PiL Large

'What The World Needs Now' from PiL is the perfect antidote for those grown sick of the pablum of the pop music industry. Read More »

Tech Review: Relays Sport In-Ear Headphones by SOL REPUBLIC


SOL REPUBLIC Relays Sport are the best-fitting earbuds in the market at their price. You will not be disappointed. Read More »

Music Review: Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Ensemble – ‘The Whistle Blower’


Song, melody, and laughter are the soul of this album. Read More »

Interview: John Lydon – Truth and Integrity in Life and Music


John Lydon is one of those rare figures in public life who isn't afraid to speak his mind. Read More »

Music Review: Ben Folds – ‘So There’

Ben Folds So There

Classical crossover is big right now, and Ben Folds proves an uncommon master on these eight fascinating songs. Read More »

Music Review: Alden Penner – ‘Canada in Space’ EP

Alden Penner's 'Canada in Space'

‘Canada in Space’ is meant to be experienced, not just listened to. Read More »

Music Review: Shemekia Copeland – ‘Outskirts of Love’

Shemekia Copeland, Photo by Sandrine Lee

Blues is the easy way to describe Shemekia Copeland's new album, but she's a master of musical dialects. Read More »

Music Review: Lucas Richman and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra – ‘In Truth’

Composer and conductor Lucas Richman

Cellist Inbal Segev, oboist Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida, and pianist Jeffrey Biegel help make this collection an appealing album of modern classical music with a good balance of accessibility and sophistication. Read More »

Reader Giveaway: Silver Lake Chorus LP – New Songs by Sia, Flaming Lips, Aimee Mann, Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, More

silver lake chorus

The Los Angeles indie-choral group recently released its debut self-titled album, produced by Australian singer-songwriter Ben Lee and featuring arrangements of rare and new tracks written for the chorus by a "chorus" of pop-music luminaries. Read More »

Music Review – ‘Many a New Day (Karrin Allyson Sings Rodgers and Hammerstein)’


Fronting an all-star duo, Allyson proves herself a creative force to be reckoned with. Read More »