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“More Songs About Buildings and Food”: Talking Heads’ transitional album

This week marks the 40th anniversary release of Talking Heads' second album More Songs About Buildings and Food: a transitional album that saw the...

Gorillaz: The Now Now

The sixth album from Damon Albarn marks twenty years that the virtual band The Gorillaz has been in business. A lot has changed from...

Exploring Soundtracks: Baby Driver

This week in Exploring Soundtracks, we'll be looking at a film that I probably should have started this series with: Edgar Wright's "Baby Driver"....

The far-reaching influence of The Band’s debut “Music From Big Pink”

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Band's seminal debut album Music From Big Pink. In 1968, the musicians who would...

Pink Floyd’s A Saucerful of Secrets 50th Anniversary

On July 29th, 1968, Pink Floyd released their second studio album, "A Saucerful of Secrets" in the UK. However, the album released in the...

Exploring Soundtracks: Kill Bill Vol. 2

This week we'll be giving our Exploring Soundtracks series a second installment. It seems appropriate to follow up with the sequel to Kill Bill...

Exploring Soundtracks: Kill Bill Vol. 1

Sharpen your blade, slip into your favorite yellow jumpsuit, and set your mind on revenge. This week in Exploring Soundtracks, we'll be continuing our...

Celebrating The Police’s “Synchronicity” 35 years later

Thirty-five years ago, in June of 1983, The Police released "Synchronicity", what would be their fifth and final studio album. The overwhelmingly positive response...

Exploring Soundtracks: Reservoir Dogs

This week in Exploring Soundtracks, we'll be looking at an old classic of contemporary film. Whether or not you're a fan of Quentin Tarantino,...

Jorja Smith’s “Lost & Found” shows she is a true talent

Jorja Smith’s first full length album, "Lost & Found," is as silky smooth as a Zadie Smith novel. It has the same impossible coolness...