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Is it really a bomb or a classic?
Everything was right for Young Sherlock Holmes. How could it possibly go so wrong?
In your future, “new” Beatles songs forever?
Yes, it’s over, the chips are down (whoa), Nearly all our bridges tumbled down
Surprises abound, not for many of the exclusions, but the inclusions.
Concerts once sold records. Now albums sell concerts, leaving many in the cold.
The show everyone said they wanted, but not everyone is actually watching.
The absence of Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa is not a thing to get over – it is THE THING.
Local weathercasters have the power to speak to climate change truth – why won’t they?
The MCU is the biggest, certainly the most expensive, soap opera in the history of entertainment.
IPO founder David Bash discusses the ins and outs of presenting an annual music festival.
Paul Steel would like to introduce you to “Luxury Music.”
Power pop secret weapon Paul MelanÁ§on preps new music that could have been no music at all.
The performance of a lifetime – cut short by one’s lack of stewardship.
Give David Myhr’s Lucky Day a chance and it will reward you in return.
There was nothing hip about Karen and Richard, and that’s why they succeeded.
In 2017, singer Mike Stand was looking at a future where he could not sing. The circumstances would bring to him a voice from the past: his own.
Rian Johnson gave fans more than another seething fighter with a war boner and a snazzy costume.
What in the world could make a brown-eyed girl turn blue, standing in the rain in a heavy downpour?
If our monsters are reflective of who we are as a culture, our continued attraction to zombies says very scary things about us today.
Many will blame the iconic toy store chain’s demise on the digital revolution, but the company bears considerable responsibility for it, too.
We ought to be encouraging them, not denigrating their resolve to not be another demographic populated by suckers.
The route to the Dukes of the Orient debut is complex, but the album is not.
The singer-songwriter goes intimate and stripped-down in an age of anxiety and complication.
This evolution of man must take place, and will take place.
Three great, very different recordings reviewed, and thoughts about why Americana is over (for me).
Announcing a brand new podcast about old pop culture you may want to reconsider.
The universe indeed has a sense of humor…it’s just disturbingly dark.
This is the album you’ve been asking for.