It’s the third and final season for HBO’s weirdly wonderful dystopian series. Binge away!
As co-founder of the Twin/Tone label, Peter Jesperson helped put Minneapolis on the music map. Now he’s back with one of his seminal acts.
“The Final Cut” may not rank at the top of many Pink Floyd fan lists, but It is an album whose narrative, if you manage to connect with it, will stay with you forever.
He might not be a household name, but Aaron “Professor Louie” Hurwitz has been making music — at a high level — for 50+ years. He has a lot to say about it.
This Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was a true original who knew how to honor other true originals (with a little help from Labelle).
Long gone are the glory days of Patrick Ewing, John Starks, and winning.
An interview with Bill Childs, the peerless promoter of kid-friendly music who started Spare the Rock Records.
She calls it her “saddest, slowest, most acoustic” record to date.
This 1979 film was made by a seriously hardcore fan of The Who.
“Rubber Soul” was a race against the clock, as The Beatles had only 30 days to write, record and mix an album — from scratch! That the result was a masterpiece makes the story even more remarkable. The latest film in the “Deconstructing The Beatles” series tells the tale.
Prince composed work so rich — and had a discography so deep — that he merits going back to again and again, even when discussing other musicians.
To mark the one-year anniversary of his passing, a look at Prince’s musical identities, from rock guitarist to jazz piano man.
The Beatles had “big ears” that were open to influences from all sorts of music — and it showed on their very first single. They were the first in Rock n’ Roll (we think) to use chord changes that later appeared everywhere.
The first Beatles-like American pop group to have a hit were San Francisco’s The Beau Brummels. But they weren’t the last.
The legendary filmmaker has put the spotlight on George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones.
Hank Azaria and Amanda Peet hit it out of the park with this raunchy comedy series. “Brockmire” is a sharply written, darkly comic mix of baseball, love, lust, friendship, Internet infamy and an odd sort of redemption. Even the commercials are funny.