Pavement - "Cut Your Hair" The first person to shave my head was my grandmother. She sat me in a kitchen chair and tied the plastic bib around my neck. Then she took out the electric razor from her...
In the fall of 1953, while on tour in North Africa with Lionel Hampton, trumpeter Clifford Brown and the band stopped in Algeria. There, it is assumed the essence of his composition Daahoud came together. It's unclear who Daahoud was,... Related Stories Konitz and Marsh: Half Note
Kate Maki - "Before It Began". There is the kind of day, the kind of love, that call for just the simplest songs. A hot day, a deep love. These do not require complexity, riddles, worriment, they need no...
Our younger selves would have loved Rendez-vous, whose propulsive cold-wave sounds like The Rapture if they had re-prioritised Hot Snakes over P.I.L., or Nitzer Ebb after a mostly unsuccessful holiday in the cyberpsychosis clinic. Yes, our younger selves, all spit and spunk and skinny trousers, would have lost their shit to Rendez-Vous’ nuclear air-raid guitar […]
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It started as a little TV movie over half a decade ago. Several movies later and now THE GOOD WITCH is into it’s second season as a hit series. Catherine Bell shares a bit of the magic that helps her find such great roles to play. Plus he’s a businessman, reality TV star, morning DJ, […]
In this week's Wall Street Journal, my heartfelt music chat with Broadway actress Jennifer Simard, who was just nominated for a Tony for her role in Disaster! For my "Playlist" column in the Review section, Jennifer chose to talk about...
Joey Purp - "Girls @ (feat. Chance the Rapper)" Here's the deal: it's May and it's warm and there's sun all the time now and in this version of the story, no matter what else is happening to you, every...
David and Jeff discuss how the newest X-Men film measures up to the rest of the franchise. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook! Download...Show More Summary
This week on IGN's video game talk show, we're running down every E3 game we're sure to see this year.
With the sun beating down on the eager Brighton streets, one of your intrepid 20JFG scribes paid an overdue visit to his local hairdresser this evening. Sun beating through the large glass window, shorts in abundance and Disco on the stereo — we’re reminded of why people pay immoral amounts of cash to live here. We […]
Kraftwerk - "Autobahn" [Buy] I had to move my 1998 Subaru Legacy because there was a street cleaning on my street. I found another parking spot just next block. It was quite tight in between shiny SUVs like some Class...
This month's Unfiltered guest is legendary game designer Cliff Bleszinski. Enjoy the 75-minute interview!
Hey everyone. It’s me, Bryan, AKA Doctor Games. I’m writing the Big Topic this week. Where’s Steve, you ask? Don’t worry about it. Also don’t check the broom closet, no matter how much muffled yelling and clattering you hear. It’s just ghosts. Show More Summary
SPECIAL PATREON/DONATION THANK YOU TO JEFFREY FIELDS, BRYAN CHILDS, GARY STAFFORD, JENNY O’MALLEY, JOHN MONDICK, JASON FITCH and JAY STOTT FOR THEIR SUPPORT! I’m not super energetic this episode. Kind of low key, really. But that’s only because I’m reserving my energy for the 300th episode! Still though, there’s a lot of great music in this episode. ENJOY! […]
On this week's Xbox show, we analyze the very credible new Xbox Slim and Xbox Next rumors. Plus: how Doom's excellence may have saved id Software and more!
Charley Patton’s Going to Move to Alabama (1929), Ike Turner’s Rocket 88 (1951) and Bill Haley’s Rock Around The Clock (1954) are just a few of the many cited contenders for “the first rock ‘n’ roll record”. And Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup’s rhythm & blues-era single That’s All Right (recorded ’46, released ’49) could be considered one […]
Kayla, Brian, and Jared discuss one of the undisputed best episodes of Star Trek, and quite possibly the best series-ender ever (?!), TNG’s series finale “All Good Things…”. Subscribe to Shuttle Pod: The TrekMovie.com Podcast on iTunes,...Show More Summary
Can - "Future Days" The worst thing about the outpost was the recycled air. It dried out Paul's hands. There was a tube of moisturizer on the console of his work station, and he splorged it into his palms....
Vault IGN is back and playing the new Fallout DLC. Is it even better than the main campaign?