The Isley Brothers and Santana: Power of Peace

The Isley Brothers and Santana: Power of Peace

By Tristan Kneschke

At a time of great political and social upheaval, Power of Peace positions itself as a message of love and unity over hate and division. 27 Jul 2017 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews
Willy Porter: Available Light

The Milwaukee-based singer-songwriter turns in a fine effort but still can't top his '95 breakthrough.

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23 Jan 2007 // 9:03 PM

Gescom: MiniDisc

MiniDisc finally hits CD. Confusion ensues.

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Clara Hill: All I Can Provide

The album wants to move you. But first, it's gotta connect.

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Various Artists: Globalista Radio: Sensual Sonores

This compilation features “Ethno Dance/Lounge Culture music” from New York City nightclubs. Sensual electronic effects bathe the dozen recordings. These beats accent a multitude

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23 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Scrubs: My Musical

While I can appreciate Scrubs' adventurous spirit, this catastrophe can only be described as an indulgent, sloppy waste of time.

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Dave Clarke: Remixes & Rarities 1992-2005

The track listing presents perhaps as succinct an encapsulation of modern dance music history as anyone could hope to find.

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23 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

D-Block: The CD/DVD Mixtape

The CD/DVD Mixtape has some interesting tracks, but ultimately feels unfocused.

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23 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

Sheitan (2006)

Sheitan not only makes tried-and-true horror clichés look hip, arty and elegant, it succeeds in making them look memorably weird.

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23 Jan 2007 // 9:00 PM

M. Ward + Holly Throsby

I went to the show reluctantly, expecting to see "serious" girls staring meaningfully into the singer’s eyes. Heck, they might even shed a few tears...

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Cobra Starship: When the City Sleeps, We Rule the St

The song titles are almost as bad as the tunes themselves.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

How a Song By Unknown Newcomer Adam Johnston Ended Up on Blondie's New Album

// Sound Affects

"Adam Johnston of An Unkindness wrote a song at 17 years old and posted it online. Two years later, magic happened.

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