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

13 Nov 2006 // 4:00 PM

Autovaughn: Space

Autovaughn's Space is like modern rock radio, except indie-er.

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13 Nov 2006 // 4:00 PM

Fiamma Fumana: Onda

Onda is listener-friendly, but it could do with some yelling louts to bring the niceness into sharper relief.

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Alice in Chains: The Essential Alice in Chains

Alice in Chains compilations are nothing new, but this one comes closest to getting it right.

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The Nice Boys: The Nice Boys

Exploding Hearts survivor Terry Six resurfaces in fabulous power pop style with the guitar chiming, glitter-beated Nice Boys.

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13 Nov 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Ratchets: Glory Bound

On their second album, the Ratchets serve up meat and potatoes punk rock with a pinch of reggae. Unsurprisingly, they sound the Clash circa 1978.

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Mark Farina: Ministry of Sound Sessions

Stay away. Seriously.

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12 Nov 2006 // 9:00 PM

The Return (2006)

Joanna's restlessness is pathological and symptomatic. "Sometimes," she says, "I think that if I keep moving forward, nothing bad will happen to me."

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Various Artists: The Source Presents Fat Tape Compilation Volume One

These thug tales provide an escape from the safety of the suburbs. Danger lurks everywhere on the songs here.

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12 Nov 2006 // 6:00 PM

Chris Thile and Hilary Hahn

Sure, trained musicians play most music from memory. But it isn’t everyday that a mandolin player busts into Bach. Especially one from Nickel Creek.

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Sven Libaek: Inner Space: The Lost Film Music of Sven Libaek

There's a lightness of touch and a breezy, jazzy atmosphere to these 12 Sven Libaek Australian film-score compositions from the '60s and '70s.

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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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