Halloween means well thought out and designed costumes. But, it also gives women a reason to dress as scantly clad as possible under the guise that nurses definitely wear lingerie in the operating room. And while lace and skin-exposure might not in fact be appropriate hospital attire, it was practic ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaSometimes the best reason to collect records is for the unabashed love of the music. Picking up from a short winter hiatus, Last Collector Standing met up with Cliff Hardesty, who, above anything else, is a genuine music lover. He is also the owner of multiple record stores, inclu ... More >>
The What Cheer? Brigade stopped in St. Louis Friday night and played at C.A.M.P. on Cherokee Street and then on the roof of the City Museum around 10 p.m. What Cheer? is a 19-piece self-described "party band, and our sound incorporates elements of the following musical traditions: Bollywood, B ... More >>
Not gonna lie: Pearl Jam's Ten was a very influential record for me. I believe it arrived at my house in the same Columbia House shipment as Nirvana's Nevermind, R.E.M.'s Out of Time and Eponymous, an Andrew Lloyd Webber collection and Genesis' We Can't Dance. (Hi, 1993, what's up?) So I was not-so- ... More >>
A Web site asks Beatle Bob to halt his happy feet
The Black Keys bring old-school flair to their tunes. Just don't call them a blues band.
Doug Martsch runs the biggest little band on Earth
Why Morrissey is newly hip among bands that sound nothing like him
Ten years ago, Kurt Cobain put a bullet through his brain -- and killed rock & roll as well
Week of July 16, 2003
Week of July 9, 2003
It's all semantics: A single CD and a four-track video compilation now constitutes a boxed set. When will it end?
Part-time geek Matt Hely explains the lure of the circus life
DJ-cum-producer Dan "the Automator" Nakamura finds his musical niche
Sound advice on the summer's hottest concerts