Justin Timberlake’s second full album in less than 7 months is out. Is it too much JT in too little amount of time? Check out our review.
The second single from the second part of Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience is out. Is it truly a TKO?
New Wave legends Tears for Fears surprised fans with their first new recording in nine years: a cover of Arcade Fire’s “Ready to Start.” It might be crazy to call a band with 16 U.K. Top 40 hits “underrated,” but Tears for Fears – to this writer – have only seemed to earn the respect they truly deserve in recent times. In the last decade, Gary Jules and Michael Andrews had a U.K. chart-topper with a mournful cover of the band’s “ Mad World ,” [...]
Behold–the best MJ documentary ever. Now on DVD.
“Blurred Lines” vs. “Got To Give It Up.” Does the Gaye estate have a case?
We are live blogging tonight’s VMAs. Who will return? NSYNC? Danity Kane? Eminem?
On the joy of scoring according to Hall & Oates, and why Joseph Gordon-Levitt should be one of our biggest movie stars.
The much awaited debut album from New Orleans indie pop band Royal Teeth titled GLOW came out on August 13th. See what we had to say!
‘Face. Toni. Together again.
Five for 6-I’d say that’s a pretty good average. Check out what we think about John Mayer’s latest.
Part of me wants to launch into a discussion about the fact that Nikka Costa should have blown up much more than she did a decade ago, but that’s another discussion for another post. For this edition of Songs in the Key of Life, we have the title track from Nikka Costa’s 2005 album Can’tneverdidnothin’. The album is a notable followup to 2001′s Everybody Got Their Something – an easily digestible blend of funky rock/pop carried by Costa’s fantastic vocals. [...]