The Go! Team's bombastic pastiches—which combine obscure, far-flung samples, schoolyard chants, a rotating troupe of vocalists, and every instrument known to man—create a shockingly cohesive, genre-bending experience of peerless energy and creativity.
R. Kelly still seduces while producing one of his finest and most accessible albums yet
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The very existence of a greatest hits album for this band—whose closest approximation of a hit was 1994’s “Cut Your Hair,” which peaked at the giddy height of 10 on the Billboard Alternative Chart—seems more or less unnecessary, but even when one accepts the notion, this particular collection of songs proves frustratingly off.
Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.
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You’ve seen the signs all over Harvard Square—“Beauty and the Geek,” Ashton Kutcher’s “ultimate social experiment,” is back for another
There’s a chaotic scene in the Mather Junior Common Room on Thursday nights. As rehearsal for co-ed a cappella group
About 20 minutes into director Robert Weide’s new film, Kirsten Dunst asks Simon Pegg, after he steals her boyfriend’s seat
In the first scene of “The Visitor,” Walter Vale struggles in his weekly piano lesson to bend his fingers into
Jennifer 8. Lee ’99 has spent the last seven years reporting for the New York Times Metro-City Room, traveling the
A host of Harvard professors, Kennedy School fellows, and nonprofit leaders gathered yesterday in the Hauser Center to discuss the