Long known for their precise musicianship and complex songs, Helmet were in perfect form once again.
Given the election, it was definitely a week that needed much levity and an escape. I was hoping that the Pet Shop Boys in concert would provide a big gay distraction from the horror that was Tuesday. I was not disappointed.
"Wakrat" the album is a nasty bit of punk commentary on the U.S. election in 2016 that is the emotional catharsis of one stuck taking a beating without being able to hit back.
His voice has some of the qualities of range, timbre and style of Marvin Gaye and Otis Redding, with a touch of "Wonder" in the mix. Stevie Wonder, that is.
Sarah McLachlan can set the pace in fine fashion for reflection and a relaxed setting for enjoying this time of year.
Michael Buble has the natural talent and flair for taking your cares away; creating smiles and touching the heart with his ability to send the listener in a new direction or take them once again back to the solid memories that last a lifetime.
Masterworks Broadway continues to open its archives with this 1957 musical from Langston Hughes, based on his short stories.
It's very clear that Phil Collins and "The Singles" are creatively still a vibrant experience to hear.
A live recording of the new musical that tells the story of the relationship between the famous Irish novelist and his chambermaid-turned-wife, in all its explicit detail.
FOX is banking on a new audience for this "reimagined" musical, and the soundtrack will prevail as a watered-down version of an underground musical from yesteryear.