Sean Beeson went from playing video games to scoring their soundtracks. CultureSonar shows us how.
Each episode of Netflix’s “Chef’s Table” mixes original story wiht culinary criticism to celebrate a different culinary-artist.
By Jim AllenNot long ago we shared a short tally of 2016 albums by artists bringing a ‘60s influence to the fore. But what we neglected to mention at the time was that we were just getting started. Looking back at last year from this year, we thought we’d grab the opportunity to underline the…
The Kinks’ best albums? Well, mate, some would say “The Village Green Preservation Society” and “Arthur.”
Every car fantasy comes with a back story. This time is no different. Hello, Jaguar!
“The Master of Time and Space” wrote this political song decades ago, but its message still resonates in the 21st century.
Moving from the internet to cable has raised the profit (and quality) of “High Maintenance” higher.
Back in the day, many rock bands experimented with dance beats. Most failed. Queen didn’t, even if “Hot Space” didn’t sell. It’s time to reconsider.
From Lemon Twigs’ “Do Hollywood” to Loretta Lynn’s “Full Circle,” last year’s music was all over the map.
From “The Killer Inside Me” to “Gone Baby Gone,” Casey Affleck is so much more than Ben Affleck’s younger brother.
Games like NBA Jam and Tecmo Bowl aren’t the only video games that influenced the genre.
Everything that the late George Michael once was or was to become as a musician in his hit song “Faith.”
“Moving On Up” and “Suicide Is Painless” made our list. What did we miss?
She was so much more than Princess Leia.
From “Will & Grace” to Albert Brooks’ “Mother”, Debbie Reynolds proved to be one of the talents who kept emerging to prove just how good she could be.
From a new documentary to a special chord in “Penny Lane”, we can’t get enough of The Beatles.From a new documentary to a special chord in “Penny Lane”, we can’t get enough of The Beatles.