Layin’ In The Cut – James Carter

Tenor saxophonist James Carter has risen to relative prominence in the current "serious" jazz scene; he's not the name Joshua Redman is, but he's a far better and less hokey player, not as willing to blatantly pander to the  ...

Let It Blurt Book Review

If writing about music is like dancing about architecture - a sentiment attributed to various disgruntled musicians and smartasses - then rock critic Lester Bangs was James Brown doing Frank Lloyd Wright. While even the brightest lights of his profession  ...

The Stephen Sondheim Album

Miss Gana Ottoman Exclusive to Design Within Reach. Made out of 100% recycled materials. Only 50 available. Made from unworn, overstocked flip-flop sandals. Producer Bruce Kimmel was responsible for a  ...

Glamorama

Bret Easton Ellis’s literary voice emerged fully-formed in his first novel, Less Than Zero, published to acclaim in 1985 when he was 20 years old and still a student at Bennington College. In stark minimalist prose Ellis chronicled the  ...

This Time – Los Lobos

Los Lobos began as the dance band of your fondest dreams. Their best songs blended '50's R&B rave-ups and norte´┐Ża stomps: two hot guitarists fought for space with an accordion over a two-stepping polka, Cesar Rosas growling the fast  ...