LIVE REVIEW

LIVE REVIEW

The Polyphonic Spree, April 10-11 in Chicago
The Very Best of Cher

The Very Best of Cher

A collection of baubles from Cher's oeuvre may not initially seem like a reason for celebration.
To Whom It May Concern

To Whom It May Concern

In what amounts to one of the most intriguing debuts in recent memory, Lisa Marie Presley finally bows on Capitol in a release that's sure to gain some attention via a high curiosity factor.
Music From the NBC Television Series Crossing Jordan

Music From the NBC Television Series Crossing Jordan

Helmed by T-Bone Burnett and Craig Street, the soundtrack to the music-intensive TV crime drama series gets ultra-hip artists to cover songs not necessarily associated with them—all with eerie musical backgrounds that match the program's tone.
Summer Sun

Summer Sun

Never an easy band to pigeonhole, Yo La Tengo (YLT) has been quietly evolving from a lo-fi skronk rock outfit to an experimental indie pop ensemble during the course of recent years.
Lullaby for Liquid Pig

Lullaby for Liquid Pig

Singer/songwriter/musician Lisa Germano is one of the most gifted, distinctive, and underrated artists of our time.
The Senior

The Senior

Ginuwine returns to his bump'n'grind roots with The Senior.
La Revancha del Tango

La Revancha del Tango

There is Latin house, soulful house, tribal house, progressive house, deep house, and numerous other house-based genres.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2002 - The body of Layne Staley, singer of the grunge rock group Alice In Chains, is found by a relative in Staley's north Seattle apartment. Staley had been missing for two weeks.
Rules of Travel

Rules of Travel

The intelligence and grace of Rosanne Cash has been largely absent of late on the country landscape, and for that reason alone, new material from her is welcome.
Sepia

Sepia

Coco Mbassi is a vocalist from the West African nation of Cameroon who now makes her home in Paris.
Soulive

Soulive

Several jazz artists—most notably Charlie Hunter, Steve Bernstein, John Scofield, and the trio of Medeski, Martin & Wood—have crossed over from the jazz world into the jam-band circuit.

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