Add another color to that crayon box. Highlighting yet another facet of the vocal versatility she exhibited on Crayons (2008), Donna Summer delivers a late-summer dance
On the anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley, it is good to remind ourselves that Elvis is everywhere.
The Walkmen are releasing their latest album, Lisbon, 14 September via Fat Possum Records. Last night they stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s show to preview a
The fourth video released from Tegan and Sara’s 2009 album, Sainthood, “Northshore” offers up a punk-influenced track that’s fun, catchy, and energetic with a
Simian Mobile Disco Is Fixed (Defend Music) Releasing: 12 October The UK’s Simian Mobile Disco has a new remix CD headed your way this October
Barreled forth on the backs of de Sade, Courbet, Bataille, and others, New French Extremity is a transgressive movement within all of the French arts
In the Delaware tribe of Native Americans, when a young boy begins to reach manhood, he is to undertake a “vision quest”, going into the
In an episode of the popular sitcom Family Guy, Peter Griffin meets a genie who grants him three wishes, and one of his wishes is to have his own theme music wherever he goes -- what a great idea, especially now that it's so easy to carry your music with you.
Maybe it’s time again to revisit Peyton Place, not the cheesy television show or even the risque novel, but the big screen movie of
While Eno’s reputation is certainly secure, the true measure of pop culture relevance is being linked by six degrees or less to that other bastion of prolificacy, Kevin Bacon.