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Music Review: Paul Van Dyk – In Between

After a four-year absence, the world's premiere DJ comes back to leave you in a trance. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – The Essential Paul Simon

Over 30 years of songwriting goodness. Read More »

Music Review: Johnny Cash – The Great Lost Performance

Somewhat surprisingly considering the period during this concert was recorded, Cash's The Great Lost Performance proves to be exactly that. Read More »

Music Review: Sowing The Seeds – The 10th Anniversary (Appleseed Recordings Compilation)

On its first ever sampler, the indie folk label with a social conscience celebrates its tenth year with help from a few famous friends. Read More »

Music Review: Los Angeles Jazz Ensemble – Expectation

This is a talented group of pros and their abilities are showcased in a way that any jazz lover will appreciate. Read More »

Music Review: The End – Elementary

I guarantee The End is merely beginning. Read More »

Music Review: Unwritten Law – The Hit List

Seventeen years on, Unwritten Law finally releases their official "Greatest Hits" album. This is not, however, your typical best-of collection. Read More »

Abbey Road Keyboards And Vital Drums: Two New Tools For The Home Recordist

Want the keyboards the Beatles played, or Joe Walsh's drummer on your next home recording? Just press play. Read More »

Music Review: Flower Power: Music Of The Love Generation

Although I lived through that period, I'm still staggered by how many memorable songs it produced. Read More »

Kelly Clarkson’s My December – The Talented Alternative to Formulaic Medocrity

It's her natural ability to absorb music for its complete texture, her genuine talent and heart that validates her place as a future legend. Read More »