I’m not sure how I missed out on Luna during the band’s heyday in the early 1990s. Of course, discovering new music wasn’t easy then.
If I were to say that Let It Be
is an album you’ve probably never heard, I’d instantly be the recipient of tons of bricks and a good measure of ridicule. Who hasn’t heard Let It Be
, the last studio album released in 1970 by The Beatles after the legendary band decided to break up? [Read more]
In Jon Favreau’s enjoyable new film, Chef, Favreau is the writer, lead actor and director all rolled in one. The film is about a reputed chef in an LA restaurant who loses his job after he falls out with his boss, the owner of the restaurant, and after an ugly confrontation – on Twitter and also in person – with a renowned newspaper’s food critic.
Benjamin Booker, the sensational new singer whose self-titled debut album of 12 songs was released last month, has such a whiskey-marinated and vintage-sounding voice that you’d never for a moment guess that he’s barely in his mid-twenties.
Metal is not my usual go-to musical genre. I find most head-banging musical styles repetitive, unnecessarily loud and even headache inducing. Yet, that door is not firmly shut to me.