Outside Lands 2024 – Preview

For those looking for a greener, more temperate music festival in California with trees, Outside Lands in Golden Gate Park is just the answer. Having attended 10 Coachellas in several ... Continue Reading →

Nathaniel Rateliff Continues to Sing the Praises of Leonard Cohen

The list of musicians who did their finest work toward the end of their lives is short, but surely Leonard Cohen is near the top of that list. Recognizing the late Canadian’s ... Continue Reading →

Infinity Pool

Anyone was under age and able to sneak into a theater to see early David Cronenberg films probably never forgot the experiences, and likely followed him as he began to receive mainstream ... Continue Reading →


Bradley Cooper has pulled out all the stops in front of, behind and beyond the camera. As co-writer (with Josh Singer), director, producer and star of this lush biography of Leonard ... Continue Reading →


Coming off the decidedly mixed reviews of House of Gucci, Ridley Scott needed to reestablish his command of set pieces. He has certainly proven his ability to do so in the late 1970s ... Continue Reading →

Yes Being Grandiose at the Intimate Magnolia Theater

Yes remain the poster band for grandiose progressive rock majesty in both visual and sonic presentation. At their height filling stadia (complete with an articulating hamburger bun ... Continue Reading →

The Man Behind the Spectacle of U2 at Sphere

Four decades of progressively over the top productions reach a peak in Las Vegas     The guy who has brought U2 to life in concert since the band left forever the club scene ... Continue Reading →

State of U2: Podcasts, Book, Rehashed Songs, Letterman, Vegas Residency

Let’s talk about the band maybe we should call U2.0 or U2.2 There has been a well-coordinated confluence of activity from the band’s machine, run by the four lads from Dublin. Podcasts ... Continue Reading →