Wednesday, May 4 2011
There’s not enough on The Only She Chapters that is engaging, and everything coalesces into a gigantic sphere of white noise with beats that crawl as slowly as a turtle.
Fiddler on the Roof represents the Hollywood musical at its most astute. A terrific, light-hearted, but deep thinking dramedy filled with dazzling performances, and ponderous, insightful, even timeless themes.
Wednesday, April 13 2011
This pair is about volume, and we’re not talking about just loudness to your ears, we’re talking about amplitude that ripples your pant legs and beats your heart for you.
Tuesday, April 5 2011
Nate Dogg's contributions, and the workmanlike way in which he executed them, frequently garnered praise and commendations from his associates.
Monday, April 4 2011
In the past month, two friends of mine have undertaken major print projects. How are they covering the costs of what some might call a foolish endeavor? By going online for funding, of course.
Wednesday, March 23 2011
Shunda K deserves to be your favorite foul-mouthed Christian lesbian rapper, but this is no way to put together an album.
Tuesday, March 15 2011
It’s hard to walk away from a Girl Talk concert and not be a happy camper. Even better, once this party’s over, there are no beer cans to clean up before mom gets home.
Wednesday, March 9 2011
The Dismemberment Plan reunites for concert tour in support of Emergency & I vinyl reissue.
There are very few pop songs about husbands who don't do their chores. Pigeon John makes me think there's a good reason for that.
Sunday, February 20 2011
Blue Songs finds Adam Butler and his crew of collaborators laying back -- turning the dance floor into an ethereal contemplation, unrepentant debauchery, retro revivalism, and slow-burning House.