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Look your children in the eye, globetrotter, and tell them the truth: the Golden Age of Air Travel is over.
We recall the 10 things we miss most from the Golden Age of Air Travel
| May 21, 2008
The music of Underworld is almost supremely funkless.
Underworld and John Digweed, Bank of America Pavilion, September 15, 2007
| September 18, 2007
Already established as one of the world’s most respected house DJs, Roger Sanchez is now shaping his work for radio.
Sanchez has geared his new disc to radio, but he’s still a DJ.
| November 28, 2006
Hints of Halloween
I’ve always thought of the Scissor Sisters as the best UK band to come out of the States, a sort of Frankie Goes to Hollywood with better songs and a broader musical palette that embraces everything from Pink Floydian textural excursions to Ziggy Stardus
Scissor Sisters, Orpheum Theatre, October 22
| October 23, 2006
The Pet Shop Boys
Coming off a soundtrack for Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin and a UK-only hits collection (PopArt), Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe put out their first full album of new songs since 2002’s unfocused Release .
Fundamental | Rhino
| August 15, 2006
With a narrative arc that begins in the London dub dungeon of Public Image Limited and ends in the worldbeating semen storm of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, the whole grand experiment of post-punk is tracked and given coherence.
Simon Reynolds rips into rock’s strangest era
| March 21, 2006
It was 1985 and it was time for a new kind of kick. I did not expect to find it with guys playing tin whistle, banjo, and accordion, and a guy who used to sing for the B-level punk band, the Nips ( nés Nipple Erectors) — that would be the dentally chall
The return of the MacGowan Pogues
| March 07, 2006
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