With hints of Beach Boys, The Rolling Stones and even Beyoncé, San Francisco indie-rock duo Girls has composed a surprisingly innovative new album.
We all know what happened on Sept. 11. The footage of old news coverage and photographs of the chaos on that fateful day won’t soon be forgotten.
Black Cactus Records has devoted itself to the resolution of issues in the Phoenix music community.
The pieces in the “Science, Poetry, and the Photographic Image” exhibition combine science and art.
“Dead Island” had a ton of potential and, given a little more time, could have been a great game, but it's simply too tough to get through.
On Sept. 2-3, thousands of “Call of Duty” fanatics gathered in a huge airplane hangar near Los Angeles for Call of Duty XP, a convention for all things related to the game.
“I Faked My Own Death” tells true stories of real individuals who staged their own deaths at some point in their lives.
Burdened with the loss of Sean Stewart, HTRK trudged on to complete “Work (work, work),” the band’s heavy-hearted sophomore release.
Beginning Sept. 6, the exhibition of sculptor Elise Deringer, “Perception and Passage,” will be displayed.