Thursday, April 9 2015
This early '90s juggernaut of a double album is a 150 minute long prophecy foretelling the end of the last great rock band.
Just a week shy of its release, Odd Future rapper and provocateur Tyler, The Creator has announced his new LP, Cherry Bomb.
The jazzy folk noir of "My Hometown" finds singer/songwriter Eilen Jewell paying tribute to her hometown of Boise, Idaho.
This late '60s flick is the curtain call for the Searchers actor Jeffrey Hunter.
The Beat Generation fails to capture the trendy, hipster social scene that its title promises.
With his new album, the veteran British singer/actor delivers a set of spirited and emotional rock and roll.
When it comes to family comedies, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is the exact opposite of terrible, horrible, and no good.
Waxahatchee’s latest album is a brilliant self-study that occupies a haunting liminal space.
Bringing a broader instrumental palette, more cinematic in scope than their debut, Lord Huron aims high and largely succeeds.
The first album from one-time Go-Between Peter Milton Walsh plus attendant early material, spanning 1979-85. Moody and impressive. But loveable?