1/2 Going into the Foo Fighters' new album, “Concrete and Gold,” there’s a bit of a worry. Dave Grohl has pretty much abandoned the straightforward formula that made the band’s first three records such resounding classics, switching up the sound for something more rooted in middle-of-the-road,
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This week Paul Simon continues to prove his legendary status, Tegan and Sara continue their trip further into the pop realm, The Strokes drop a new EP, Train covers Led Zeppelin and The Kills make a commanding return. There is a lot here to discover. Paul Simon’s “Stranger To Stranger” (Deluxe
There's a lot to cover: the Chemical Brothers release their ninth album, Jason Isbell sings some thought-provoking country music , Sublime lose another key member but still re-team with Rome Ramirez as Sublime With Rome, Tame Impala loses most of the guitars and heads toward more synth-driven
This is the first truly substantial release week of the year with mega-producer Mark Ronson delivering his fourth star-studded effort, singer Meghan Trainor dropping her full-length debut, hoping to repeat the success of her single “All About That Bass” and indie-rock act Guster returning with
This week British pop songstress Jessie J drops her third album, "Frozen” star Idina Menzel gives us an early start to the holiday season, Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke drops his latest dance-flavored album, Something Corporate/Jack’s Mannequin front-man Andrew McMahon goes solo, the members of
Everyone knows Sarah McLachlan's iconic song "Angel," if not from her extensive catalog of classic hits, then from those really touching SPCA commercials where the singer lends her voice to stop animal cruelty. In a question-and-answer session penned on the Huffington Post , McLachlan revealed that
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Fun guitarist Jack Antonoff thinks there is a lot of terrible music out there -- but that Taylor Swift is doing some great music. "There's a lot of junk. People have to spread out and find more interesting stuff, because they're not being fed it the way they're supposed to be. Radio, all that