The Afghan Whigs | First Avenue | Saturday, October 11 Since slithering onto the scene with 1988's Big Top Halloween, the Afghan Whigs have made a science of dredging the darker sides of the human psyche. Frontman Greg Dulli has entertained devotion and derision from his shadowy and often disturbing ... More >>
Look at What the Light Did Now (Feist)Music and film are remarkably interlinked on a multitude of levels. For example, music can add a degree of unspoken insight and intensity to a film, while film can dig deeper into the mindset of the artist behind the music. It's a win-win relationship that Mi ... More >>
The Sound Unseen festival, which celebrates independent films about music, will celebrate its 11th season with a dozen films at three separate locations October 6-10. This season, the festival will show a selection of films at the Southern Theater on the West Bank in addition to hosting events at ... More >>
A La Roux tribute album, "Hook" & "Alice in Wonderland" get mashed & more of the week's best bootlegs.
We know it's already a perverted vaudeville, but Spector's most recent mugshot is his most harrowing work yet.
Even after a life of dangerous behavior and a protracted murder trial, the truth is still shocking-- the legendary producer will die in prison.
Lily, Bird & Kristofferson hit MPLS, Prince begs for cash, Solid Gold headliners & next week's best new releases.
World's worst first date finally brought to justice.
The influential, reclusive back-up singer died Wednesday afternoon at the age of 67.
England's Pipettes revisit the girl-group sounds of the '60s
The Hidden Cameras play church rock, with a naughty twist
Former Beach Boy Brian Wilson leaves the California shore to journey into a darker state of mind
The Cutest Band in America?: Boston's Papas Fritas