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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 »

I Shall Be Released: New Releases (and Tours) from Mark Ronson, Death Cab for Cutie, 2Cellos, Jellyfish, Hall and Oates, Red Garland and More

Mark Ronson Bruno Mars Uptown Funk Uptown Special

Plus Widespread Panic, Slipknot, Noel Gallagher, Art Pepper, Hugh Masekela, Anonymous 4, and Katrina of Katrina and the Waves. Read More »

Concert Review: Outside Lands 2014 – Aug 9

Photo by Johnny Firecloud

The festival delivered treats for the ears and stomach. Read More »

Ten Years After: The Postal Service’s Popularity Is Still Reaching Great Heights

This indie rock supergroup is touring again behind the reissue of their hit 2003 album Give Up. Read More »

Music Review: Benjamin Gibbard – Former Lives

Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard's solo album is a solid delivery but lacks innovation. Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s 50 Favorite Tunes of 2011

Didn't think 2011 was great for music? With my faves list, which contains alt. rock, electronic music, metal and more, hopefully you will think better of it and discover new favorites of your own. Read More »

Music Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Codes And Keys

Another year, another record by Ben Gibbard, Chris Walla and company. But does it rank up with its best? Read More »

Music And Technology Today

Is it compromising the genuine talent of today? Read More »

Music Review: Death Cab For Cutie – Plans

Death Cab For Cutie's plans for this album paid off, hitting success with every beat Read More »

Charlie Doherty’s Favorite 209 Songs from 2000-2009: Part I: 2000-2004

From M83 to Slipknot to U2, the 2000s provided great music for everyone's musical tastes. Read More »