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Movie Review: Godzilla

"Godzilla" has all of the elements to make it a great monster movie – earth-shattering roars and explosions, an epic fight to the death between skyscraper-sized behemoths that destroys cities around the world in its wake, and humankind left dumbfounded and defenseless by creatures that they helped to create.


Music Review: Turn Blue

After the tremendous success of their last few albums , the Black Keys managed to produce yet another excellent record. Turn Blue, one of the most highly anticipated albums of the season, has finally arrived, and it is everything that fans could have hoped for.


Q&A with Ex Hex

Ex Hex is a new rock trio that will its debut album later this year. The band’s seven-inch single, “Hot and Cold,” will be released on March 18 on Merge Records. Dive staff writer Stephanie Zimmerman spoke with bandleader Mary Timothy about the band, some of its visual aesthetics and her own musical background.


Music Review: Black Dirt Oak

Black Dirt Oak Wawayanda Patent ???? Free folk Wawayanda Patent is difficult to classify. There is clear influence from around the world, from India to Egypt to all across the United States. Sometimes the album sounds like traditional folk, sometimes it’s intensely electronic.


	Give the People What They Want by Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings.

Music Review: Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the People What They Want ???? Soul In its new album, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the People What They Want. The record brings back classic funk and soul formulas — everything from the short, articulate rhythms of funk to the powerful vocals of soul.


Music Review: The Last

The Last Danger ??1/2 Punk Danger, the first album The Last has produced in 17 years, blends styles of punk rock from the past four decades into a record that is easy on the ears for anyone who has the slightest taste for the genre.


Music Review: Felix Obelix

Felix Obelix The Ringtone Album ???1/2 Electronic When I first heard about The Ringtone Album, I cringed at the thought of an album made entirely of ringtones. You know: those annoying, loud sound bites that always seem to go off at the most inopportune times, like in the middle of class or in a movie theater