James Blunt

The third album from this British singer/songwriter comes with all kinds of expectations and pressures. That is what happens when you get Grammy nominations and your first two sell over 18 million worldwide. The result is that half of the album works and half doesn't. When Blunt is doing up Continue Reading

Josh Groban

Groban, after already having attained international superstardom, has decided to shake things up a bit on this his fifth album (sixth if you count "Noel" – last year's Christmas album). He brought in mega-producer Rick Rubin to work with him on "Illuminations". It was an interesting pairing up as Rubin Continue Reading

Regina Spektor

First live recording and concert film from this Russian born songstress, it was recorded in London's famous Hammersmith Apollo Theatre. The 23 songs are from the entire width and breadth of her catalogue. Within the 23, there is an added treat of three new songs that have only been performed Continue Reading

New Mexico

The songs on this EP can be summed up by the word "cool". You can definitely picture listening to it while on a road trip on a deserted strip of road in your classic muscle car. Yes, it is that cool. New Mexico used to go by the band name Continue Reading


When you have heist films like "The Insider" and "The Bank Job" to compare this film against it comes out very much on the short side. The story and direction are pretty awful. Though it is supposed to be a thriller all I have to say is that the thrill Continue Reading