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Ethan Brown

October 4, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Woe Is Them

Interpol’s second album isn’t as gloomily monochromatic as the band’s first, but it still feels removed from the world; what has happened to Elvis Costello?

September 20, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Top of the Vox

For pure vocal wizardry, you can’t beat the new albums by Dizzee Rascal, the British rapper, and Björk, the Icelandic chanteuse.

September 2, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Revolution Rock

Clash co-founder Mick Jones talks about the 25th-anniversary boxed set of London Calling—and the rediscovered Vanilla Tapes.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Heart and Soca

Rupee hopes to follow in the footsteps of fellow soca sensation Kevin Lyttle when he releases his U.S.-debut CD, 1 on 1.

September 13, 2004 | Fall 2004 Preview
Hookmaster

Nas seeks out hip-hop supremacy with his double CD Street’s Disciple.

September 6, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Better Late Than Never

The Afghan Whigs and the Screaming Trees are hardly worth remembering, but their former front men have reemerged with the best work of their careers.

July 19, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Sibling Revelry

In a rock world bogged down in retro-chic uniformity, the brother-sister duo Fiery Furnaces blaze their own trail.

July 12, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Back in Black

The Elvis: ’68 Comeback Special DVD restores the King to his throne—with startling footage of Presley wrestling with his reputation, and winning.

June 28, 2004 | Pop Music Review
In Brief: The Cure

Thanks to tepid records like Wild Mood Swings and Bloodflowers, the Cure haven’t mattered to anyone beyond their devoted fans for more than a decade.

June 21, 2004 | Pop Music Review
Dull Roar

PJ Harvey is back to her old angry self, but she can’t quite hold our attention like she once could. Plus, the loner-loser roots of electronic music.

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