The Dears - Degeneration StreetA funny thing happened Sunday night at the Grammy's -- Montreal's Arcade Fire won best album of the year. The band managed to sneak in a few mercis in their humble acceptance speech, and rightfully so. None of those thanks, however, went towards fellow Quebecois roc ... More >>
Unless the rock you've been living under for the past two months is insanely cozy, you've probably heard the hit single from former Goodie Mob-ster Cee-Lo Green. That's "Fuck You."The vindictive little ditty made a big splash when it hit the Internet in the middle of August, celebrating all ... More >>
The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30cTV on the Radio - Dancing ChooseColbert Report Full EpisodesFunny Political NewsChristian Bale ParodyJoke of the DayTV on the Radio appeared on The Colbert Report on Monday night to perform their single "Dancing Choose," off their latest album, the cri ... More >>
The plumed one decries discrimination against smokers and Jenna Jameson, and reports on plundering in Phoenix's, um, Chinatown
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Moody or confused? Essential or disposable? We offer an analysis.
Unsung country crooner Allison Moorer changes course on a new album and she doesn't care what you call it
Norah Jones is a retro-chic ride on a pop highway crowded with look-alikes. And so far, she's got the lane all to herself.
A decade after Vanilla Ice melted down, he's back with the man who made him.
The White Stripes create mystique the old-fashioned way: lying and keeping mum
Sedona's contribution to teen pop has emerged as the anti-Britney
Believe the hype, because The Strokes are as good as advertised
John Vanderslice is an excellent musician and songwriter. He's also a pretty good prankster.
Peppered with local rock 'n' roll references, Valley novelist Jaime Clarke's new book proves a sharp satire of celebrity culture
The man who created Josie and the Pussycats can't understand why his girls don't belong to him
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
Eminem's new album sparks a heated free-speech debate
From the week of July 8, 1999
Yesteryear's Big Eye art is still raising eyebrows
It was 20 years ago this week that Sgt. Pepper dropped a bomb on movie theaters, so where's all the rerelease hoopla?
Lilith Fair returns with a more eclectic sequel
Their record company just dumped them; Fiesta Bowl sponsors think they're dips; but Tempe still love its Refreshments
The overlong, sometimes funky Jackie Brown shows Tarantino looking for direction
This California roots-rock jam band wants to be known as more than the living Dead