• Signs of Life

    Signs of Life

    Popping off rapid-fire “gotchas” from start to finish, Creston Mapes possesses precision marksmanship — paralyzing readers with each page of his latest thriller, “Signs of Life.”

  • The US Festival: 1982 The US Generation

    The US Festival: 1982 The US Generation

    Brimming with compelling interviews, and bursting with action-packed concert performances, this newly-released DVD documentary provides music enthusiasts with a riveting, behind-the-scenes look at one of rock’s most influential festivals.

  • Whitney Rose

    Whitney Rose

    South Texas Suite (Six Shooter Records, Inc.). Review by James Mann.

  • The Tenth Inning

    The Tenth Inning

    Doug Hoekstra swings for the fences with The Tenth Inning.

  • Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

    Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

    A Stranger Here (Anti, Inc.). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Steal This Music

    Steal This Music

    In light of the recent charges levied against Jammie Thomas-Rasset in the RIAA’s case against her, we’ve unearthed this review on Steal This Music, a book concerning the history of copyright in music.

  • Batman Unauthorized

    Batman Unauthorized

    With the Dark Knight casting his long shadow over box offices this month, a true sidekick emerges to help define this troubled but beguiling hero. Batman Unauthorized lifts the cowl with 18 diverse essays that do a lot more to support the Caped Crusader than that “Aww shucks!” Robin, and should be the perfect warm-up for the big screen bat.

  • Rope, Inc.

    Rope, Inc.

    Songs of Love & War (Second Shimmy). Review by Bob Ham.

  • Charity Daw

    Charity Daw

    Juvenilia (Grout Enterprises, Inc). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • We the Media

    We the Media

    We the Media deals with the rising trend of grassroots citizen journalism and how it affects everyone, from the public to the media. Journalism student Brittany Sturges reads on.

  • This is Who We Are

    This is Who We Are

    Brittany Sturges offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Hawthorne Heights, as they prepare to release their next album.

  • Sentimento Brasileiro

    Music from the Brazilian Heart (UMG). Review by Alicia Benjamin-Samuels.

  • William Hut

    Road Star Doolittle (Five One, Inc.). Review by Rob Walsh.

  • Bias

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