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Music Review: Nick de la Hoyde – ‘Passion’ EP

Nick de la Hoyde's 'Passion'

‘Passion’ marks a strong beginning for singer-songwriter Nick de la Hoyde. Read More »

Music Review: David Cook – ‘Digital Vein,’ New Album from ‘American Idol’ Season 7 Winner

David Cook Digital Vein

Mostly self-produced, the polished tracks on the fourth album from the 'American Idol' Season 7 winner vary in originality and interest. Read More »

Music Review: Just Walden – ‘From a Distant Land’

Just Walden From a Distant Land

Just Walden mix electronic pop sounds from the 1970s with futuristic ones with ambiguous results. Read More »

Music Review: Steve Benjamins – ‘Sightlines’ EP

Steve Benjamins' 'Sightlines'

The six tracks on ‘Sightlines’ range from downtempo pop to dance/house-flavoured. Read More »

Music Review: Mpathy – ‘The Golden Boy’ EP

The Golden Boy

Only one of three tracks created by Mpathy delivers. Read More »

Music Review: Dion – ‘Recorded Live at the Bitter End, August 1971′

Courtesy of Omnivore Records

This live recording caught Dion at the height of his skill as an acoustic singer-songwriter who defined "hip" for his fans. Read More »

Music Review: Van Morrison – ‘Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue’

vanmorrison duets

This re-working of Van Morrison songs as duets with famous friends is loose, relaxed, and a joy to hear. Read More »

Music Review: Ships Have Sailed – ‘Moodswings’

Ships Have Sailed

‘Moodswings’ remains a lighthearted full-length album even in the midst of its most somber tracks. Read More »

Interview: Reviving the Feeling, Brothers in Rhythm on Kylie Minogue’s “Where Is the Feeling?” Turning 20

Kylie Minogue

Two men who were integral to allowing Minogue to unlock her muse were Dave Seaman and Steve Anderson (Brothers in Rhythm). In this interview, they reunite to recall the road to “Where Is the Feeling?” in their own words. Read More »

Music Review: John Helix – ‘Chronic Happiness’

John Helix Chronic Happiness

If you ever wondered what would happen if an English professor wrote music, look no further. Read More »