The mission of Manchester, England, dance-rock band the Space Monkeys is simple enough: musical time-travel 10 years into the past, with a nod to the cutting edge.
At 75, Milt Jackson is older than Union Station (1934-39), a National Historic Site in whose vast Spanish Baroque-styled ticket hall the vibraphonist fielded a quartet on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But…
Link Wray, the man who played rock's first important D chord way back in '58, immediately signaled his no-holds-barred approach to unbridled instrumental rock at the House of Blues.
The culmination of this worldly celebration of women and song demonstrated how a free-flowing and transcendent musical sound can be created by three distinct, and seemingly non-related, barefoot…
"Everest" combines real-life tragedy and derring-do with eye-popping scenery for an effect that's as dramatic as it is fascinating and spectacular. Documenting a climb of world's premier rockpile…
German helmer Monika Treut's ongoing journey through the outer reaches of feminism and sexuality reaches "Didn't Do It for Love," a portrait of Norwegian-born actress-turned-sex therapist Eva…
"Comedian Harmonists" is a big, enjoyable musical biopic of the kind Hollywood used to produce in the '50s. Conventionally structured but high on production values, this true story of a hugely…
Japanese cinema's first screwball comedy, "Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald" is a total, joyous delight.
The life of one of the century's towering creative figures, U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright, receives appropriately grand and probing treatment in this utterly absorbing study.
Suffused with melancholy, "The Sound of One Hand Clapping" focuses on a generation of Central European refugees who forged a new life for themselves in an Australia far less tolerant than it is today.