Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 Create Dignified Afrobeat With ‘Black Times’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It’s perhaps no coincidence that both Seun and Femi Kuti – the sons of Nigerian Afrobeat legend and pioneer Fela Kuti – have both released new albums a week apart in the wake of the ...

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Negan Succinctly Addresses The Problem With Rick In This Week’s ‘The Walking Dead’

The Walking Dead continues its long, drawn out dive into mediocrity.

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Tracey Thorn Continues Everything but the Girl Postscript With Sublime ‘Record’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Four solo albums on, Tracey Thorn’s postscript to her tenure with Everything but the Girl continues to show quality control firmly in check. The succinctly titled Record retains the inherent imaginative qualities that made that ...

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The Breeders’ ‘All Nerve’ Marks Deal Sisters’ Strongest LP Since ‘Last Splash’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

On All Nerve, their first album in a decade, The Breeders have put together their strongest complete work since their cultural highpoint, Last Splash. Perhaps not coincidently the lineup from that album, Kim and Kelley ...

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Andrew W.K. Retains Powerful Party Persona On ‘You’re Not Alone’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

There is no other musician in the public conscious quite like Andrew W.K. The Michigan-raised rocker claims titles like motivational speaker, club owner, radio personality, and music producer. Many remember W.K. for his controversial album ...

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Barrence Whitfield and the Savages Seamlessly Blend Bluesy Garage Rock and Retro Soul On ‘Soul Flowers of Titan’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

The Boston based Barrence Whitfield and the Savages have continued to put out strong, hard edged, punk infused soul music for over 30+ years and their newest, Soul Flowers of Titan continue their string of ...

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Titus Andronicus Go Big Again With ‘A Productive Cough’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

On Titus Andronicus’s last studio release, The Most Lamentable Tragedy, the band went for it all in absolute grandiose fashion with a massive triple album, punk rock opera. In the roll out to the follow-up, ...

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Jennifer Lawrence Takes Flight in ‘Red Sparrow’ (FILM REVIEW)

A taut and brutal thriller, Red Sparrow is a worthy entry into the spy genre.

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‘Death Wish’ Never Quite Lives Up to Its Name (FILM REVIEW)

Eli Roth's remake leaves much to be desired.

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Jonathan Wilson Marks Most Ambitious LP To Date With ‘Rare Birds’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Jonathan Wilson established a heady niche for himself early on. Veering slightly left of center as part of the so-called nu-folk revival, he took his cues from the halcyon Topanga Canyon scene of the late ...

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