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Joe Henry: Civilians

[Anti- Records]

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Joe Henry's 'Scar' (2001) and 'Tiny Voices' (2003) are two of my favorite records from the last 10 years. So I'll be the first to admit that I might be approaching his new release with unreasonably expectations.  

Neil Young: Chrome Dreams II

[Reprise Records]

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Neil Young is hearing voices again. They speak, and Neil follows their commands. This time they've convinced him to release the sequel to an unissued album from 1977. Only Neil Young releases a sequel to a record that never came out.  

PJ Harvey: White Chalk (Island)

CD Review

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Strangely sexy pathos intact, PJ Harvey's ghostly ethereal voice cuts right to the painful point in the opening seconds of her new disc White Chalk, purring "Soon as I'm left alone, the Devil e  

Music: Frankly, Genius

Dweezil Zappa introduces a new generation to his father's underrated brilliance

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Frank Zappa left behind a complex and precious legacy that remains, ironically, a relatively unknown American treasure. Over the course of a career that spanned three decades, he released over 80  

Music: Southern Comfort

Now in Texas, former Cincinnatians return on tour with Mr. Brown

0 Comments · Saturday, June 30, 2007
Imposing in stature yet disarmingly humble by nature, P.J. Herrington is a giant of a man with a heart of gold. A modest, modern mystic on a musical mission. Pulling his overloaded SUV into the pa  

Couch Potato: DVD Review: A Purge of Dissidents

(IPECAC)

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 30, 2007
2007, Not Rated Twisted animation with a raucous, cacophonous soundtrack, A Purge of Dissidents is the product of a unique collaboration between graphic artist Dalek and Noise Rock collective HAZ  

Music: The Rhythms of the 'Roo

Some fear and very little loathing at this year's giant, sold-out Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Bonnaroo Photo Gallery - Click Here Now in its fifth year, Bonnaroo has rapidly become the nation's most beloved, well-organized and wildly diverse music and arts festival. For four days eve  

Music: The Rhythms of the 'Roo

Some fear and very little loathing at this year's giant, sold-out Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Bonnaroo Photo Gallery - Click Here Now in its fifth year, Bonnaroo has rapidly become the nation's most beloved, well-organized and wildly diverse music and arts festival. For four days eve