20 years of jams.
Welcome back, guys. Seriously.
Justin Timberlake must have it bad for crazy girls.
The Arcade Fire follow up their Grammy winning smash, and more…in this week’s new release column.
New music from our friends to the North.
Not so crazy, maybe a little sexy, still cool.
Circa Survive’s Anthony Green is back, with young legs. And “Young Legs.”
The Fray is back. Except they kinda don’t sound like The Fray any more. Good or bad thing? You decide.
In “Reconfigured,” we take liberties with revisionism by reediting, reimagining, and resequencing a particular album or albums in an effort to reconfigure the work into a stronger whole. Without a doubt, Prince’s musical output in the 1980s remains one of the most consistently innovative runs in pop music history. The only artists that immediately come to mind as matching or surpassing consistency, quality, and volume of Prince’s 1980s output are the similarly legendary runs of David Bowie and Stevie Wonder [...]
16 solo albums and 50 years into an incredible career, Paul McCartney aims for the middle again with the not-so-new sounds of whatever this latest one is called.
Gonzo considers the motivational message of Sly and the Family Stone’s “You Can Make it if You Try” as a means to push through highly stressful periods.