Mart Crowley might like Grant James Varjas's new play
There's a full moon tonight, which means ERs will be crowded, tides will be amplified and stark naked men will awake tomorrow in London's Hyde Park, wondering why blood is dripping from their chins. When you look up at the sky tonight, try to imagine what it would look like if, say, Jupiter or Neptu ... More >>
Jason Molina once made spooky, indelibly lonely music as Songs: Ohia--enormously sad, occasionally gospel-inflected compositions that pillaged country and Hank Williams and Will Oldham but didn't quite sound like anything but themselves. Then, sometime around 2003, he formed the Magnolia Electric Co ... More >>
Christopher Nolan's blockbuster is also shilling a jumbled message of the paranoia of our age and the politics of fear.
Christopher Nolan's blockbuster is selling ticketsand a jumbled message on the paranoia of our age and the politics of fear
The Detroit Cowboy tells his congregation about the world, flesh, and the Devil
The moans on Dylan's latest aren't exactly of the morbid death-rattle variety
Finally a chance to catch up on all those new bands. Well, maybe not bands exactly . . .
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Universal Reversals, Webcast Battles, RIAA-Safe Tuneage
The Poet of Gower Avenue Winds Down His Dirty Life and Times
Folkies Multiply in a Time When So Many Are Singer-Songwriters and So Few Admit It
The Buchanan Campaign Faces Flak Over Money and Managers
Mambos in Bottles, Pit Bulls in Skirts, Smurfs in Stretch Hummers
NBC gets back to (not at) The '60s