Bush, The Shins, The Magnetic Fields music reviews
This week, '90s alt-rock group Bush releases its seventh album; The Shins release their first album in five years; The Magnetic Fields release a 50-song collection in honor of leader Stephin Merritt’s 50th birthday; British folk singer Laura Marling delivers an entrancing new album; defining
15 Popular and Obscure Songs Covered by David Bowie
David Bowie 's impact on future generations of musicians artists is immeasurable. His sound and style can be found in artists of different genres, from post-punk and New Wave (Bauhaus, Duran Duran ), to pop (Madonna, Lady Gaga), to modern rock ( Arcade Fire , Radiohead). Although he mostly wrote
Chemical Brothers, Jason Isbell, Sublime With Rome and More Music Reviews
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
Summer TV Preview: What to Watch on TV This Summer
There's no need to head to your local multiplex or wait till fall, there's plenty to watch at home with this summer's TV premieres. There are the highly anticipated returning favorites, such as Netflix 's " Orange Is the New Black " and HBO's "True Detective," as well as a slew of new entries,
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Weezer, Macy Gray, Johnny Marr and More
This week the members of Weezer attempt to reclaim their rock roots, Macy Gray offers up her latest, the Smiths’ Johnny Marr offers up his second full-tilt rock album in two years, underground hip-hop legend MF DOOM joins forces with new rapper Bishop Nehru as NehruvianDOOM, Flying Lotus continues
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Jason Mraz, Morrissey , Puss N Boots and More
This week, “Weird Al” Yankovic released the best album of the week ( get the full review here ), but we also got new albums from singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, legendary curmudgeon Morrissey, Norah Jones’ new trio Puss N Boots, the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s new movie “Wish I Was Here,” Jack
Music Reviews: The Latest From Sia, Judas Priest, Chicago and More
This week enigmatic Los Angeles-based, Australian pop singer Sia returns with her epic album “1000 Forms Of Fear,” Judas Priest deliver some blistering metal, Chicago adds yet another volume to their 45-year recording history, pop/reggae singer Maxi Priest returns after a while out of the
Mitch and Cam Tie the Knot on 'Modern Family'
South in the city this morning Mitch finally decided not modern family big event finally came off but first a lot of chaos that included a wildfire that forced the time change in about old boy and a falling out between Mitch and his dad today. But the moment did arrive today this town I'll. And the
Tahrir Square Revolutionaries: Protestors Tell their Stories of the Egyptian Revolution
Oscar-nominated documentary "The Square" captures the changing revolution over three years.
The Year in Review: The 50 Best Albums of 2013
So, 2013 is coming to a close and it’s time to take stock of the year musically. As with many other recent years, it is hard to say what 2013 actually sounded like. But with so many veteran acts making their return and newer groups...