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Can a new cityscape change a life obsessed with music?
Crispin is fine! Everything is fine.
The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir have their feet on the ground and priorities in place
Challengers tests the New Pornographers' formula
It all starts innocently enough. One day you decide to order a mocha instead of your usual cappuccino; the next you grab a few...
The politics and style of artisanal and organic teas
Plus more NoisePop picks
Drag the River dredge the country and roots stream and come up with the goods
Hairspray gets another 'do.
From where we're sitting, anti-Bush jabs were de rigueur in 2006
Imogen Heap has the keys to the kingdom
The incredible thing about discovering a genuinely good band is that it has the ability to throw your entire world out of whack. The Gris...
Crispin Glover's film What Is It? begs a genius question.
Rock shows, retail, and rebellion — Second Life brings virtual gaming down to the everyday level
Oakland metalists Totimoshi hitch their wagon to Page Hamilton and head out
Black Fiction take us for a Ride
John Byrum revisits The Razor's Edge and Bill Murray's dramatic debut
Michael Showalter discusses humor, metahumor, sushi, and, er, metasushi