For audiophiles, this is sure to satisfy your need for cleanliness. But for the rest of us, this is headphone heaven, and a great excuse to dust off the old bong.
Atlas Shrugged Part One represents the sort of trickle down filmmaking, that is unlikely to find much of an audience outside of hardcore Ayn Rand devotees.
The most striking thing about Lindsey Buckingham's new concert DVD, is the revelation of just how amazing — yet underrated — a guitarist he really is.
Sting gets back to bass, and back to business as usual In Seattle.
If nothing else, Da Capo's Best Music Writing 2011 is proof positive that good music journalism isn't dead. Yet.
It's never a Merry Christmas when you're alone and missing your snowman.
A fine, if slightly flawed re-examining of what is arguably the Who's greatest album.
The last, great creative spark from the greatest rock and roll band in the world.
The Beach Boys lost masterpiece has been realized at long last.
An elegant, lovingly assembled collection of Leonard Cohen's body of work that just oozes class.