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Radiohead ’s 'A Moon Shaped Pool' Is Often Cinematic, Warm and Gentle
1/2 Don't let the drive of lead-single "Burn the Witch" fool you. The majority of Radiohead’s ninth album, "A Moon Shaped Pool" is quiet and ethereal in its tone, anchored by pianos and acoustic guitars. Of their latter-day work, this is definitely among their clearest and most song-based releases.
Denis Leary Finds a Clever Way to Blend His Love of Music and Comedy
Denis Leary talks Peter Travers about his new FX comedy series "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll."
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Muse, Of Monsters And Men, Sharon Van Etten, Tamia, Ash and More
This week veteran arena-alt-rockers Muse continue to march toward the apocalypse on its latest offering, Icelandic sensation Of Monsters And Men return with a second album, singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten hands in a stirring five-song EP, R&B singer Tamia returns to the major label ranks,
Music Reviews: The Latest From Kid Rock, Airborne Toxic Event, Alien Ant Farm and More
This week Kid Rock releases his latest collection of country and blues-flavored rock, The Airborne Toxic Event go the clean, dance-pop route, hard-rockers Alien Ant Farm return, singer-songwriter Elvis Perkins explores delightfully eerie terrain, longtime associate of the Roots , Malik B, drops an
Music Reviews: The Latest From Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd, Damien Rice and More
This week the Foo Fighters offer up the much-hyped companion album to their HBO series “Sonic Highways,” Pink Floyd returns for one last goodbye with “The Endless River,” Damien Rice breaks an eight-year silence while Garth Brooks returns after a huge 13-year break, Marianne Faithfull sets a darkly
Music Reviews: The Latest From Jessie J, Idina Menzel and More
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
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
Music Reviews: The Latest From Thom Yorke , Prince, Lucinda Williams and More
This week Radiohead’s Thom Yorke dropped a surprise album, Prince released not one but two new records, Lucinda Williams released a new double album, Oasis’ “(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?” got the deluxe reissue treatment, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross scored David Fincher’s latest film, “Gone
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Phantogram, Guided By Voices, Suzanne Vega & More
This week the release schedule began to pick up. We will examine the second full-length from indie-dance band Phantogram, as well as the latest from prolific alt-rock stalwarts Guided By Voices. Suzanne Vega released a new record this week, as did Tom Petty's keyboard player Benmont Tench.
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...