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Join Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers’ Conscious Party

21 years ago, Ziggy Marley and his band teamed up with two Talking Heads to produce a classic reggae album. Read More »

Music Review: Chris Velan – Solidago

A smiling summer time record with depth and courage. Read More »

Music Review: The Easy Star All-Stars – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band

The classic Beatles album undergoes a reggae makeover, with surprising results. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Let Freedom Sing: The Music of the Civil Rights Movement

Not just a collection of great music; it’s an audio history book. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Police – Certifiable

The Police lay down the law in Buenos Aires. Read More »

Music Reviews: Yes, Thin Lizzy, Tommy Bones, Nico’s Alchemy & Zac Brown Band

Texan metal, a bit of reggae tinged country, some symphonic Yes, and live Thin Lizzy. Read More »

Music Review: Slightly Stoopid – Slightly Not Stoned Enough To Eat Breakfast Yet Stoopid

Become a "Stoopid Head"! Read More »

Music Review: Jackson United – Harmony And Dissidence

The Foo Fighters rhythm guitarist largely shines on his side project's sophomore release, Harmony And Dissidence. Read More »

Vinyl Releases For Fall 2008 Part 1: Blue Oyster Cult, Charles Mingus, Lou Reed, Peter Tosh, Boston, and Judas Priest

Vinyl is alive and well and sounding better than ever. Read More »

Music Review: Living Colour – CBGB OMFUG Masters – Live August 19, 2005 – The Bowery Collection

Living Colour's inspired 2005 performance at the once-influential, now long gone CBGB club in NYC is now on CD. Read More »