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Music Review: Busman’s Holiday – ‘A Long Goodbye’

Busman's Holiday - A Long Goodbye album cover

For me, this album has a strong claim on album of 2014 so far. Read More »

DVD Review: Make (2011)

A portrait of four artists for whom art isn't just personal expression; it's a lifeline. Read More »

Interview: Padma Newsome Of Clogs

Padma Newsome of Clogs describes the band's latest album, Creatures In The Garden Of Lady Walton. Read More »

Music Review: Loch Lomond – Little Me Will Start a Storm

Loch Lomond recalls English gardens and country drives. Read More »

Music And Technology Today

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

Music Review: Sufjan Stevens – Age of Adz

The genius that is Sufjan Stevens, strikes again. Read More »

Concert Review: Sufjan Stevens, McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, Texas, 10/20/10

No, Sufjan Stevens will not strum his banjo for two hours. He will do much more. Read More »

Music Review: Sufjan Stevens — The BQE (CD/DVD)

A breezy, effervescent classical composition that's a small triumph for indie pop wunderkind Stevens. Read More »

New Album Releases Oct. 20, 2009: Sufjan Stevens, Coco Montoya, Lyle Lovett, Tim McGraw, Flight of the Conchords

If you like your music with a cowboy hat, this week is for you... Read More »