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Diana Ross, Brotherhood of Breath, Maher Shalal Hash Baz.
There's an anomaly near the end of Caetano Veloso's A Foreign Sound (Nonesuch), the Brazilian singer-songwriter's new album of American popular songs. Veloso's definition of… Continue reading
The Go-Betweens' Oceans Apart.
Motown: year four.
Dutch punk legends the Ex celebrate 25 years with the two-CD Turn.
Given the Band's fondness for contemporary art, it's only fair to divide Talking Heads' career into early, middle, and late periods. The newly revised version… Continue reading
Death Cab for Cutie goes major-label, with mixed results.
RT: The Life and Music of Richard Thompson.
The Brave and the Bold was the title of a comic book in the '70s, teaming up Batman with a different character every issue. It's… Continue reading
Every record collection has its roots in a moment of complicated joy. We hear a song, and it makes us happy. We want to hear… Continue reading
Alison Krauss, Jimmy Sturr, and Smoosh.
Every great record's got a story behind it, but sometimes not-so-great records have even better stories. The Numero Group label has so far released two… Continue reading
San Francisco's Deerhoof get loose.
EYE, Boredoms, and John Zorn.
Mark Stewart and Andrew Poppy.
On Margerine Eclipse, Stereolab daydream in Technicolor.
The knotty narratives of the Fiery Furnaces and Ken Stringfellow.
Rarities from the vaults of Sly Stone, Elliott Smith, and Neutral Milk Hotel.
James Brown's horrible new 'memoir.'
An interview with the New Pornographers' Carl Newman.