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David Guetta ‘Listen’ Reviews: Is The DJ’s New EDM Album Any Good?

David Guetta is hoping EDM fans will shell out their hard-earned cash for his new album, Listen, when it hits retail shelves on November 24. Here’s the question: Is the French DJ’s latest record worth your money this holiday season? At this stage, most people have made up their minds about electronic dance music. Show More Summary

Jeb Bush's Reverse Midas Touch

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has often been portrayed as a "successful businessman," but ThinkProgress reviewed Bush's current and past business record and found a great deal of controversy and struggle. In some cases, the companies have faced financial problems during or after his tenure. Show More Summary

Anne Akiko Meyers plays ‘The American Masters’ (Barber, Corigliano, and Bates)

Barber, Corigliano, Bates; Anne Akiko Meyers, London Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin; eOne Records Reviewed by Hilary Glover on Nov 13 2014 Star rating: 4.0 New and classic American concertos from young American violinist American...Show More Summary

REVIEW: “I’m Just Like You Sly’s Stone Flower 1969-70?

Over 15 years ago, I had an idea I suggested to Rhino Records that came from me spotting a 45 I found on Stone Flower Records. The Atlantic-distributed subsidiary was short lived but was a label given to Sly Stone as a way for him to record new music. In truth, it has been said […]

REVIEW: Joe Jack Talcum’s “Home Recordings 93-99?

You may know of Joseph Genaro as one of the members of The Dead Milkmen but he also recorded some material under the name Joe Jack Talcum, who you may be more familiar with. HHBTM Records has released a new compilation of his home recordings called Home Recordings 1993 – 1999, which were recordings between […]

Review: Brett Marvin & The Thunderbolts – Stranger Than Strange

Review for BRETT MARVIN & THE THUNDERBOLTS – CD – ‘Stranger Than Strange’ – Nov 2014 Sun House Records Well what can I say? What a brilliant album from a multi mix of musicians. Brett Marvin & The Thunderbolts have pulled out all the stops on this CD, ‘Stranger Than Strange’. All Thundebolts, past […]

Handel Jephtha

Handel Jephtha; Gilchrist, Bickley, Bevan, Blaze, Brook, the Sixteen, Christophers; Coro Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Nov 20 2014 Star rating: 5.0 Vividly text based new recording showcasing some fine solo performances This new recording of Handel's final oratorio Jephtha comes from Harry Christophers and the Sixteen on their Coro label. Show More Summary

Pain, magnet displacement in MRI in patients with cochlear implants

Pain, discomfort and magnet displacement were documented in a small medical records review study of patients with cochlear implants (CIs) who underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), according to a report published online by JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. read more

University System Proposes Exempting Personnel Reviews Of Presidents From Open Records

At today’s meeting of the State Board of Higher Education Chancellor Larry Skogen announced a list of proposed bills for the upcoming session of the Legislature next year. Among them, as you can see from this tweet from the official NDUS account, is an exemption from open records laws for personnel reviews of the university...

Nigeria’s naira falls to record low

The naira slumped to a record low against the dollar as oil prices fell and before Nigeria’s central bank meeting to review interest rates. ||| Cape Town - The naira slumped to a record low against the dollar as oil prices fell and before Nigeria’s central bank meeting to review interest rates. Show More Summary

'Lost Songs: The Basement Tapes Continued': TV review

UNLIKE lost time, lost songs sometimes are found again. This documentary starts with several sets of lyrics Bob Dylan wrote and never recorded during his famous 1967 “Basement Tapes” sessions with the Band.

Review: Markey Blue – Hey Hey

Markey Blue – Hey Hey (Soul O Sound Records: SOSRCD101) Nashville’s Markey Blue – aka Jeannette Markey – first came to our attention a few years ago with a fine 4-track EP that introduced her soulful vocals to us. I’m pleased to report that her first full length offering, “Hey Hey”, is a lovely mix […]

Review: Mike Zito & The Wheel – Songs From The Road (CD + DVD)

Mike Zito & The Wheel – Songs From The Road (CD + DVD) (Ruf Records: RUF 1206) Here’s another excellent addition to the Ruf Records “Songs From The Road” series, featuring St. Louis-raised, Texas-based singer and guitarist, the much in-demand Mike Zito – a frequent visitor to our shores over the last few years, both […]

DuPont Chemical Plant Has History of Safety Violations

The DuPont chemical plant where four workers died Nov. 15 after a leak caused an explosion has a history of safety violations that stretch back several years, the Texas Tribune discovered in a review of state records. A faulty valve at the plant, which is located about 30 miles from Houston, caused a leak of […]

Book Review: Nordic Light

Nordic Light: Modern Scandinavian Architecture by Henry PlummerThames & Hudson, 2014Paperback, 256 pagesLast year I included Henry Plummer's Cosmos of Light, a record of three religious buildings designed by Le Corbusier, in my list of notable books of 2013 at Designers & Books. Show More Summary

Album Review: Buzzcocks – The Way

An anxious record less concerned with fictional romance than with virtual reality.

Fleksy breaks Guinness World Record again

The Fleksy Keyboard for iOS 8, which we reviewed here, has broken a Guinness World Record for texting speed on a touchscreen device. The previous record holder? Fleksy Keyboard. Marcel Fernandes Filho, 17, was able to use Flesky on his iPhone 6 to...

Live Review: Bear’s Den @ The Earl 11/17

London-based Bear’s Den consists of trio Andrew Davie (vocals, guitar), Joey Haynes (banjo, vocal), and Kevin Jones (vocals, drums). They released their debut album, Islands, earlier this year on October 20 via Communion Records to much critical acclaim. It was only after finding their identity on the road that the band decided to focus their attention […]

Music Review: Ariel Pink gets help from his friends on Pom Pom

Ariel Pink was probably the prototypical home recorder of the ’00s on his Haunted Graffiti series of albums. He swore allegiance to R. Stevie Moore while nodding to Daniel Johnston and Guided By Voices by virtue of his melodic instincts alone. Show More Summary

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