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News and reviews from the world of music.

Mississippi haymaker

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | Sean Michel goes for broke with the ferocious Electric Delta

One more look

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | New installment of Dylan series vindicates Self Portrait

Performers with a purpose

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Music | A performing arts festival trains students to be ‘musicianaries’

Hottest 100?

Hottest 100?

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | Billboard 's historic hits make a soundtrack for America's 55-year dance with adolescence

Land-mined talent

Land-mined talent

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | New albums from Jay-Z and Kanye West feature sonic trailblazers trending in cultural destruction

Working man

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | Harry Connick Jr. Isn't resting on his many laurels—at least not this year

Gospel pass

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | Martha Redbone and Mavis Staples sing truth with beauty and impunity

Horror with a heart

By Megan Basham
Posted

Movies | World War Z is a surprisingly touching zombie movie

Lost in translation

Lost in translation

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | A collection of sung poems feels largely superfluous

Yeast in the dough

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | A secular environment, says pianist Alex McDonald, is the right place for his Christian calling

Off track

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | Major soundtracks fail to live up to—or in one case down to—their films

Lonely legend

By Arsenio Orteza
Posted

Music | “The Possum” lived and died with the choices he made

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