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For the Record's week in review: We play the ‘politics newsletter’ card

There's a “war on women or women being degraded card,” too. Just FYI.        

Resurrection Kings [Album Review]

Resurrection Kings 2016, Frontiers Records Buy the album 1. Distant Prayer 2. Livin’ Out Loud 3. Wash Away 4. Who Did You Run To 5. Fallin’ for You 6. Never Say Goodbye 7. Path of Love 8. Had Enough 9. Don’t Have to Fight No More 10. Silent Wonder 11. What You Take Band: Chas […]

Judas Priest – Battle Cry [Album Review]

Judas Priest – Battle Cry 2016, Epic Records Buy the album 1. (Intro) Battle Cry 2. Dragonaut 3. Metal Gods 4. Devil’s Child 5. Victim Of Changes 6. Halls Of Valhalla 7. Redeemer Of Souls 8. Beyond The Realms Of Death 9. Jawbreaker 10. Breaking The Law 11. Hell Bent For Leather 12. The Hellion 13. […]

The Last Vegas – Eat Me [Album Review]

The Last Vegas – Eat Me 2016, AFM Records Buy the album 1. Bloodthirsty 2. Here We Go Again 3. Universe & You 4. Hot Fudge 5. Along For the Ride 6. Voodoo Woman 7. Love’s Got Nothing On Me 8. Hard to Get Over You (You’re So) 9. To Be Treated 10. Anything It […]

Striker – Stand In the Fire [Album Review]

Striker – Stand In the Fire 2016, Record Breaking Records Buy the album 1. Phoenix Lights 2. Out for Blood 3. Too Late 4. Stand in the Fire 5. The Iron Never Lies 6. Escape from Shred City 7. Outlaw 8. Locked In 9. United 10. Better Times 11. One Life Band: Dan Cleary – […]

Music Review: Rob Zombie shows laser-like focus on an engaging, sometimes campy new album

Rob Zombie’s music career often feels completely separate from his cinematic endeavors. This disconnection is curious, especially because the sinister-meets-schlocky vibe of his solo records is a perfect complement to his horror movie work. Show More Summary

'Line Of Duty' Finale, BBC Two, Review: Nothing Less Than A Tour De Police Force

Well. I cried at the end. Did you? That was quite the fitting season finale for Line of Duty, a cop dramathat has (unsurprisingly, given how good it is) broken ratings records forBBC Two overthe last few weeks. This third season has averaged a huge 4.9 million viewers – the highest [...]

Review: Alliance’s “BeBe Winans Story” has its charms but lacks cohesive narrative

Now having its world premiere at the Alliance Theatre, Born for This: The BeBe Winans Story is very much a family affair. Charting the journey of the Grammy Award-winning recording artist and his tight clan (including his sister CeCe), it’s written by BeBe Winans himself, along with Charles Randolph-Wright, who directs. Winans’ own nephew Juan...

Clorox Picks FCB and mcgarrybowen as Its New Agencies of Record After a Review

Clorox completed its four-month-long creative agency review on Tuesday by sending its global account to FCB and its specialty brands business to mcgarrybowen. The two shops beat out Venables Bell & Partners and DDB as the client ended its relationship with the latter agency after 20 years. Show More Summary

Single Review: Trisha Yearwood, “Broken”

One of six popular songs that Trisha Yearwood recorded for The Passion: New Orleans, "Broken" transcends its adult rock origins through its reinvention as Mary's plaintive wail after the death of her son on the cross.

In lieblicher Bläue - new orchestral works by Julian Anderson

Julian Anderson In lieblicher Bläue, Alleluia, Stations of the Sun; Carolin Widmann, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski; LPO Live Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Apr 13 2016 Star rating: 3.5 Live recordings of three of Julian...Show More Summary

Princess, Jim Norton And More Make Final Night of Moontower Fest One For The Books (REVIEW)

The final night of Moontower was one for the books. “What’s that?” you say. “An old timey reference?” Yes, indeed internet, the books are where we once recorded everything in order to keep track of small details we might not remember. Show More Summary

An appealing & definite voice - clarinet music by Carl Vollrath

Carl Vollrath Lingering Longing, Music for Clarinet and Piano vol.2; Michael Norsworthy, Yoko Hagino; Navona Records Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Apr 18 2016 Star rating: 3.5 A very distinct voice from American composer Carl Vollrath Carl Vollrath is an American composer of German parentage. Show More Summary

Jurassic World 2 Releases Mysterious Poster, Check It Out

Jurassic World, the sequel to the popular Steven Speilberg directed Jurassic Park, was an absolutely major success. Despite some mixed reviews, it broke several records at the time of its opening from biggest opening weekend ($208.8 million) to best global box office income ($511.8 million). Show More Summary

TOP POSTS: This Week’s Most Read Posts On Hypebot

What's popular? These articles for a start. Here we visit Led Zeppelin's ongoing plagiarism woes, check in on how 2016's Record Store Day went, review the best times to post on Facebook and Twitter, and much more. Led Zeppelin Stairway To Heaven Plagiarism Case Heads To Jury Trial Record Store...

For the Record's week in review: East Coast feuds

Our candidates feuded in NYC this week, just like East Coast rivals Jay-Z and Nas before them.        

Review: Patton Oswalt, “Talking For Clapping” (Netflix)

My latest review for Decider is up, covering the new Patton Oswalt special, Talking For Clapping -- his fifth hour of stand-up recorded on video and first exclusively for Netflix. Here's an excerpt of my review: “If I want three Vicodin, I have to do the ‘Coffee is for closers’ speech from the beginning of Glengarry […]

Tribeca Review: Michael Shannon And Kevin Spacey Deliver With 'Elvis & Nixon'

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Before President Richard Nixon began religiously recording his conversations, he had one of the most curious meetings the Oval Office has ever known. In 1970, Elvis Presley came to the White House out of grave concern for the perils that...

Music Review: Robert Pollard captures the spirit of classic Guided By Voices on Please Be Honest

The first thing to understand about Please Be Honest is that it’s a Guided By Voices record in name only, as Robert Pollard played all the instruments on this album. His explanation for releasing it under the GBV name is that it “felt...Show More Summary

Review: Guided By Voices' Please Be Honest

With a sound reminiscent of their early lo-fi recordings, the latest release from Guided By Voices, Please Be Honest, finds the indie rock legend Robert Pollard in mad scientist mode once again. Pollard is responsible for all of the songwriting and instrumentation on the album. In that way he... Continue reading

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