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Concert Review: MUTEMATH at Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA, 2/10/12

MUTEMATH continues to justify its reputation as a killer live act. Read More »

Interview: James Durbin Discusses His Debut Record, Memories of a Beautiful Disaster

James Durbin discusses working with Howard Benson, Mick Mars, and David Cook on his debut record, Memories of a Beautiful Disaster. Read More »

An Interview with George Thorogood

Still bad to the bone, the blues rocker talks about his latest album and why he still believes in FM radio. Read More »

Music Review: Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers – Gift Horse

Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers released their fifth album, Gift Horse, on Vanguard Records last month. Read More »

Music Review: Alice Cooper – “Ghouls Gone Wild” from Welcome 2 My Nightmare

From Alice Cooper's new album Welcome 2 My Nightmare, this song is perfect for a Halloween party. Read More »

Music Review: Big Robot & Conrad Schnitzler – Horror Odyssee

Sonic anarchy: that’s what Schnitzler’s music can be. It can also be near-dead calm, underpinned with symphonic serenity. Read More »

Music Review: Butch Walker and the Black Widows – The Spade

Butch Walker and the Black Widows deliver expert, unpretentious, feel good rock 'n roll with <1>The Spade Read More »

Music Review: Jimi Hendrix – Hendrix in the West

Classic Hendrix re-released with additional tracks. Read More »

Book Review: B-Sides and Broken Hearts by Caryn Rose

If you hate Dave Matthews you'll love this novel. The death of Joey Ramone triggers a life-altering course of events for the protagonist of Rose’s debut novel. Read More »

Vinyl Tap: Elvis Costello – “Couldn’t Call it Unexpected No. 4″

A poignant and disquieting song of solace and serendipity set to an infectiously melodic and rollicking carnival tune. Read More »