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Give it up for funk classicists Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings.
Seattle Weekly: Your new album, Patterns of War (ROIR), mixes up older and more modern reggae, dub, dancehall, and drum and bass. It's also more… Continue reading
New York's Burnt Sugar create an aural melting pot.
Thoughts on music from thinker’s thinker and a fan’s fan.
And other PBS music documentaries we'd like to see.
Prince strips down everything, including his ego, on Musicology.
Criterion Collection, $39.99.
What's new in history.
Hurricanes for tout le monde! It's Mardi Gras time in Pioneer Square.
Electric Six get down.
Giving the gift of the musical past.
If Neil Young doesn't show for CSNY's latest reunion tour, the famously flaky band has other options.
The Beatles compile their greatest hits, er, life story.
When you want to get a geek his Christmas toys, there's only one place to go.
The greatest pop singer of all time pens his provocative life story.
Opens Weds., Dec. 21, at Metro and others.
COLDCUT"Atomic Moog (Cornelius Mix)"(Ninja Tune)In October 2000, Ninja Tune issued Xen Cuts, a three–CD box set that summed up the label's wares to date, sorta.… Continue reading
Successfully transferring the rave experience to the movies, but not vice-versa.
A Seattle chocolate maker gets set to grind its own.
A new Talking Heads biography remains in the dark.