Time conquers all, even famously virtriolic band implosions. Witness the recent Pixies reunion, and as Steven Garnett did, Dinosaur Jr.
Hayes Carll shushed the loudmouths at Smith's Olde Bar, much to David Whited's satisfaction.
The 30 minutes that Boston's Dropkick Murphys spent onstage were easily the most intense, and awe-inspiring of the Warped Tour's Orlando stop -- enough to convert Jen Cray.
Scottish band Franz Ferdinand made a special trip across the Atlantic for a live MTV taping at Orlando's Hard Rock Live, and Jen Cray was there.
Irma Thomas and Raúl Midón join the Neville Brothers at National Black Arts Festival show at Woodruff Arts Center highlighting the Generation to Generation theme of this year's festival. David Whited gives us some perspective on the band's ever-changing lineup
What do you get when you mix Rancid's Tim Armstrong and Blink 182's Travis Barker with a roadie-turned-rapper? The Transplants answer Jen Cray's question on this year's Warped Tour.
Atlanta singer-songwriter Angie Aparo has been writing and performing long enough to understand the complexities of the music business, and that’s why he is determined to try and reinvent it. Andrew Ellis finds out how he intends to do it.
Tenth Hour Calling ((none)). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Midnight (Secret Crush). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Morning Kills the Dark (Pop Up). Review by Aaron Shaul.
The Business End (Greyday). Review by Aaron Shaul.
You'rNext (Small Stone). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Saturday (self-released). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Reprieve (Righteous Babe). Review by Jen Cray.
Nothing Short of Amazing (Longshot Records). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Smile (Writing On The Wall Records). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Not On Top (Track & Field). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Absencen (Staubgold). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Goddess (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Reminiscence (Noir). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Never Say Never (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Roc-Sac (Run-Roc). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Black Dialogue (Definitive Jux Records). Review by Shelton Hull.
Child of No Nation (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Kaskade (Metropolis Records). Review by Jorge C. Galban.
Kintopp (Staubgold). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Favela Booty Beats (Essay Recordings). Review by Bill Campbell.
Welcome to Goodbye (Metropolis Records). Review by Jorge C. Galban.
Art of Aggression (New Aeon Media). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
I On U (Favoured Nations). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Live In San Diego (DVD) (Columbia Music Video). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The River (Marriage). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Sylvia the Eagle (Run-Roc). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Bungalow Hi (Southern Domestic). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
When We Speak, We Breathe (Fearless). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Storyteller (33rd Street Records). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Who Killed...The Zutons (Epic/Deltasonic). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Hosanna! Ian Koss sings the praises of Rails, and this tome is his undisputed Gospel!
Run for the hills, folks. The Kochalka bears are coming. Brian Heater sets traps.
Bill Murray -- who seems to have developed a predilection for serious yet off-beat roles in slowly-paced films -- stars in Jim Jarmusch's latest as a sleuthing ex-Lothario. Brian Heater investigates.
What a team-up of terror — fright-master Wes Craven and Batman Begins' creepy Cillian Murphy. Throw in the lovely Rachel McAdams as a potential victim, and you have a recipe for a good horror story set in an airplane in the middle of the night. However, this summer's next nail-biter is not a slasher-at-20,000 feet flick at all. Our resident frequent flier, Steve Stav, filed this report on Red Eye.
It's a macho-fueled comedic take on the '80s TV drama, The Dukes of Hazzard with revved up motors, sex and car crashes. But you knew that. As does Rob Levy.