Topics :: music

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

By Steven Bergman | Thursday Apr 24, 2014
Another pop star catalog is given the Broadway biography treatment, and despite heartfelt performances the results don’t yearn for necessity.

Pet Shop Boys on Tour

By Michael Flanagan | Saturday Apr 19, 2014
A Pet Shop Boys show is a joyous celebration in so many ways. You would be well advised to get tickets in advance to this concert.

Somebody’s Party

By JC Alvarez | Friday Apr 18, 2014
Singer/Songwriter Erik Hassle returns with his latest offering "Somebody’s Party", which is the Swedish vocalist’s latest EP, and it is what everyone will be talking about well into the summer.

A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder - Original Broadway Cast Recording

By Steven Bergman | Friday Apr 18, 2014
The acting chameleon, Jefferson Mays, and Bryce Pinkham head a slapstick cast in this humorous musical of love and murder.

On to Something

By Kevin Taft | Thursday Apr 17, 2014
Reality show veteran Von Smith proves he has the makings of a bonafide star with his debut EP that is a masterpiece of production and vocals.

Frankie Knuckles, RIP

By Cornelius Washington | Sunday Apr 13, 2014
In the world of music, more change came in the past 50 years than in the preceding 150. The man who merged all the popular genres into a timeless art-form was Frankie Knuckles.

Kiss Me Kate / Brigadoon - Original Television Soundtrack

By Steven Bergman | Sunday Apr 6, 2014
The unique vocal resonance of Robert Goulet are featured on this recording of two television soundtracks of Broadway hits.

True: Avicii by Avicii

By JC Alvarez | Thursday Apr 3, 2014
The Swedish remix-master is back, Avicii releases a second volume of "True: Avicii By Avicii" and takes on his own EDM style reinventing himself just in time for the music festival season.

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road / Ultimate Reissue

By JC Alvarez | Monday Mar 31, 2014
Elton John’s masterful "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" gets reissued and remastered in this ultimate edition that is a feast for the senses, and is proof of his impact on artists even today.

Inside Llewyn Davis

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
The film is set in "a less-plowed furrow, in between the glory days of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie and when the scene became dominated by Bob Dylan."