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Mark Kalriess’ Best Music of 2010

The great albums of 2010. Read More »

Music Review: Weezer – Pinkerton (Deluxe Edition)

Epitaph re-releases Weezer’s first hated, then loved, Pinkerton with more songs. Read More »

Interview: Marshall Crenshaw

Remember the joy of hanging out in record stores? With singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw, who knows what treasures you'll find? Read More »

Music Review: Paul McCartney and Wings – Band On the Run (Special Edition 2CD/1DVD Combo)

One of McCartney's very best albums has been released in a variety of packages. Read More »

Music Review: Badfinger – Straight Up (2010 Apple Records Original Remasters)

Sixty minutes of pure power pop bliss. Read More »

Music Review: Badfinger – No Dice (Remastered Edition)

Newly remastered, No Dice is the record Badfinger came into their own on. Read More »

Music Review: Badfinger – Magic Christian Music

Newly remastered edition of Magic Christian Musicthe first Badfinger album. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmy Eat World – Invented

Jimmy Eat World delivers some "sweetness" and punchy hooks on its seventh album. But does it rank high beside its best works from 1999 and 2001? Read More »

Music Review: Indie Round-Up – Tommy & the High Pilots and More

From Tommy & the High Pilots, sweeping little power-pop suites with multiple parts that hold together and never lose their grip. Read More »

Music Review: The 88 — The 88

It's back to pure pop basics for this LA-based indie quartet, with their infectiously melodic new album. Read More »