Bono and co.’s latest LP fights to dig itself out from beneath its messy unveiling.
Here’s something the brothers Grimm would’ve penned on a few tabs of acid.
Humanity engaged through a surveyor’s scope, tooth-rattling rhythms, and brain-invading riffs.
An homage to Don Siegel’s Dirty Harry with much less machismo.
A bold flip on the Lolita scenario ends predictably.
Instrumental rock quartet finally deliver on their own name.
You heard it here first: We may have found our next Tom Cruise.
The Strokes frontman gets adventurous in his latest work.
LA psych pop outfit seem ready to emerge from their transition between life and death.
If “worth seeing” must equal 100 percent, then this film putters out at 50, tops.
Shara Worden continues to fuse her operatic voice with indie trappings.
On Tuesday night, Erika M. Anderson, aka EMA, performed her first of a string of sets opening for Spoon on the red-hot Austin band’s They Want My Soul tour at the Chicago Theatre. The rundown on paper: Both projects …
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