Christopher Duggan, Boise State University
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With his second album, this developing musician shows just why Kanye and Justin Vernon have taken an interest in him.
As the only release before the artist’s untimely death, the album still amazes with its virtuosity, diversity and passion
Completing a four album cycle, the new release from the indie folk band is another intriguing chapter in the band’s creative evolution.
Andre Ovredal and Guillermo del Toro’s new flick offers nostalgia to some, and some serious scares to all.
With ‘Phantom Palace,’ Kevin Johnson introduces his own brand of ‘time travel pop.’
A crowd at the Neurolux in Boise, Idaho took a trip into the Melancholy Box of Infinite Sadness and will never be the same.
The Chicago MC’s debut album is a 22 track love letter to God, marriage and his wife that’s heavy on enthusiasm and light on most everything else.
And some things to keep in mind so you won’t have to.
These three movies might cause you to question your Cage-hate.
Martin Scorsese tells the story of one of Dylan’s great tours, with a few ill-advised twists.
Shrekfest and ‘Shrek: Retold’ have helped restore the cartoon phenomenon to his rightful swamp.
Jim Jarmusch’s new deadpan zombie flick has plenty of stars, but not much energy.
Time to meet Chuck Person, Blank Banshee, Saint Pepsi and George Clanton.
And why shouldn’t he?
Television is about to turn a serious corner.
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