We unbox Mobile Fidelity's limited edition remastered vinyl release of Run-DMC's iconic 1986 album Raising Hell.
That Shelf Managing Editor – and resident audiophile – Jason Gorber reviews Bob Dylan's Desire on Mobile Fidelity's Super Vinyl. Is it worth picking up?
Is anyone rooting for James Corden?
Andra Day is sensationally good as singer Billie Holiday.
This week we celebrate our 100th episode in true comPOSERS fashion: by covering a film and soundtrack that nobody cares about. Not even us. Join us anyway, as romcomPOSERS month continues, for Alan Silvestri's Serendipity.
Join us as we delve into Brian "Bry-Ty" Tyler's jazzy score to the groundbreaking but controversial "Crazy Rich Asians".
The boys kick off RomcomPOSERS with My Best Friend's Wedding!
A deep dive into the stellar Sundance documentary Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), capturing a major music moment too long overlooked.
Edgar Wright and some famous faces pay loving tribute to Sparks, a band that defies mass popularity while still maintaining a niche of dedicated music fans spanning decades of releases.
This week, we delve into the "not-too-distant-future" of 1997 where deGENErates like us face non-stop discrimination, even when they look like Ethan Hawke and not Alex!
To start Series 7 off with a bang, the boys return to a galaxy far, far away and finally do away with the nonsensical pretense of the scorecard.
Tune in for some very important comPOSERS news that directly addresses our listeners' biggest complaint about the show! (No, we're not firing Alex. Yet.)
Join us as we discuss 2010's The Social Network and its unique score by Trent "Nine Inch Nails" Reznor and Atticus "Works With Trent A Lot" Ross.
Our look at the Fiio M15 Flagship DAP/DAC, as well as a fond look back at the many devices that led up to this technological wonder.
Join us in proving John Wayne wrong as we discuss the "un-American" classic High Noon, and its iconic score by the legendary Dimitri Tiomkin.