Three years ago, Prince's relationship status with the internet could best be described as "It's complicated." "The internet's completely over," he toldThe Daily Mirror, the UK newspaper which give away copies of his 20Ten album (no, I haven't heard it, either.) "I don't see why I should give my ... More >>
The Monday after the Tempe Block Party, you would be within your rights to scratch your head and ask "Did that really happen?" And duly, "Did John Popper (of Blues Traveler), Shurman and Jono Manson fly in to play a free show with free food and drink in an apartment complex on South Terrace R ... More >>
By Clay McNear Why are tribute bands so maligned? By definition, they lack original thought, but most make up for it with suicide-bomber zeal. Not to mention pride of craftsmanship. As someone who used to play "Smoke on the Water" and "We're an American Band" in a shitty junior-high band, I can tel ... More >>
At long last, the spotlight replaces the Shadows that obscured the Funk Brothers
And All That Could Have Been (Nothing)
Love, Shelby (Island)
A spate of new various-artist releases forces us to ponder the question 'Who Put the Comp?'
Exploring a variety of the world's folk traditions with daring aplomb, the Chieftains continue to draw on a musical well that looks as if it may never run dry
Tori Amos unloads ethereal baggage at Choirgirl Hotel
Recently emancipated from Atlantic, Juliana Hatfield tests the waters with a new indie EP
The Artist gives a divine performance while saying to hell with the music industry
New collection brilliantly confirms Ray Charles' position as the architect of soul
Can Sarah McLachlan's creativity survive a bout with happiness?
Can Shamsi, Jamal and company maintain "spiritual oneness" in a two-faced record industry?
Ten days, five cities, chainmotels and a van named Sugar. This is how Dead Hot Workshop doestheroad.