Psycho Killers in Heaven: Why Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense is the Greatest Concert Film of All Time
Consequence of Sound (blog)
It's the 30th anniversary of Stop Making Sense, the multi-platform masterwork from Talking Heads. To commemorate the flurry of incredible content from a band and a director in peak form, Consequence of Sound is revisiting the landmark movie and its ...
Jason Eady is at Ease and at His Best on New Self-Titled Album
Wide Open Country
Jason Eady is kind of the "one step further" artist of neo-traditional country, and those who indulge him are rewarded with finely crafted music.
MARK HUGHES COBB: It's show and tell time
Although the soundtrack for “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” drew all the raves -- and almost single-handedly plunked off the neo-folk craze -- music's written into ...
Norman Blake: Still Keepin' It Real
And T Bone Burnett, a huge fan of Blake's, called on him to play on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, including a stirring instrumental version of “I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow.” Burnett also tapped Blake for the Cold Mountain, Walk the Line ...