Tuesday, October 21 2014
You'd be hard-pressed to find a more creative way to celebrate the legacy of Maya Angelou than to put some slap bass behind her evocative spoken word poetry.
Hollywood has a fascination with turning classic board games into movies. There was “Clue” and “Battleship,” and now “Ouija” is about to hit theaters this
“Even in my darkest nightmares, I couldn’t have imagined the city as it is today. Nothing interrupts this silence, but the chirping of birds and the roaring of bombardment.”
Video on demand, once the poor stepchild of film distribution, is beginning to gain respect. Besides giving smaller budget movies the chance to reach a
Dallas, Texas rock outfit Oil Boom writes rock and roll that sounds like classic rock right out of the gate.
This elegant, intelligent book addresses not only the infections caused by viruses, but also those caused by ideas.
Monday, October 20 2014
The familial vocal harmonies and gentle string arrangements of Run Boy Run's Something to Someone make it a lovely autumnal bluegrass experience.
The latest video from the longstanding jam group moe., "Same Old Story", directed by Jay Blakesberg, is a sprightly run through a graveyard.
A vibrant collection of '80s-inspired indie rock, Summer Lightning EP is another step forward for this Baton Rouge duo.
Friday, October 17 2014
Turkish rapper Da Poet returns with another set of moody hip-hop instrumentals.