Friday, October 19 2001
Party Politics: Musical Culture is Safe With DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist and Friends Though the thorough body search at the entrance to Hollywood’s Knitting
Thursday, October 18 2001
Low, Obscured by Crowds In the wake of recent events here in New York City—and elsewhere, it goes without saying—the idea of an
William H. Macy plays Larry like a length of coaxial cable in a bowtie and a cardigan.
Wednesday, October 17 2001
The Breeders Give Birth to a Good Time “Hey, nothing’s in my heartI’d rather be cool than be smartHey, what I’m thinking
Basement Jaxx have surely obtained a convert. I’ve never been a fan of electronica, but after the Basement Jaxx show, I have been struck
Monday, October 15 2001
Pianist Michael Wolff’s previous album, the first with his band Impure Thoughts (and which also bore that name) was one of the finest records
You can’t discuss punk music and not talk about The Velvet Underground and their great legacy that continues to inspire musicians from all walks
The word triangle evokes high-school geometry and that instrument you were handed to play at the right moment in elementary school music class, and, in
What if, long ago, Robert Smith of the Cure and Michael Stipe of R.E.M. had decided to write some songs and form a
Steve Reich’s compositional genius and influence over contemporary music—especially over recent developments in electronic music—have established him as a living legend. Perfecting
On 'Get Ready', New Order create a new sound out of their own past. Mining the subtleties of melody and rhythm that were so pronounced throughout their career, New Order seem to have crafted themselves anew out of nostalgia and the timelessness of pop sensibility.
The Squirrel Nut Zippers caught a lot of flack for their neo-Dixieland/jump-blues/swing stylings. Perhaps it was a problem of “swing revival” street cred;
Hugh Masakela’s crisp but mellow trumpet tones will always be associated, by my generation, with the international Anti-Apartheid movement, to which he made a
This is a split CD featuring what would have been a “side” on a cassette or vinyl LP each devoted to different, but similar and
The sound of a helicopter fills your ears. A crowd roars as the propellers whip through your brain. A guitar starts whining like the voice
In a not-so-bizarre-these-days instance of television imitating life, the Australian freshman outfit Ides of Space were featured on this week’s Dawson’s Creek. The
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Throughout the past four decades, the Beatles’ vast catalogue has been mined by various groups seeking to put their own stamp on the Fab Four’
I don’t know about the rest of the country, but it’s starting to feel like something out of The Shining up here at
I miss the old days of the music industry. You know, when you could count on your favorite artist or band releasing an album per