A look at one of the greatest albums of all time – Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, available in a myriad of different iterations for your listening pleasure, in celebration of Miles' birthday.
Martin Scorsese directing a fantastical family adventure film with music by the inestimable Howard Shore?? Sure, why not. It's Hugo, everybody.
To celebrate the addition of Matt Wolf's Wild Combination (2008) to the Criterion Channel, Marko Djurdjic takes a dive into the eclectic world of avant-hero Arthur Russell.
Relive your fear of Large Marge as the comPOSERS take on Pee-Wee's Big Adventure!
Join us as we discuss the recently-Oscar-winning score to 2020's Soul, composed by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste.
To celebrate Hot Docs' screening of The Sparks Brothers, we take a look at the best tracks and albums featured in Edgar Wright's loving ode to Sparks.
Because we're not all stressed out enough, this week the boys welcome back beer provider and score aficionado Gavin Whitehead to discuss the 2019 crime drama Uncut Gems.
Jason Gorber unboxes the new Vinyl Me Please Anthology: The Story of Herbie Hancock and digs into this fitting tribute to a veritable musical genius.
Our own Managing Editor dives into the latest from the Neil Young Archives, Young Shakespeare—a limited edition box set release from the musician's iconic Stratford show.
A deep dive into the Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam masterpiece Tea for the Tillerman on super rare UHQR Mofi vinyl and several other formats.
Our own Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes The Black Crowes' Shake Your Money Maker 30th anniversary box set. Turns out it's not too hard to handle at all.
The boys subject themselves to The Passion of the Christ and its score by John Debney.
Join us as we traverse the bizarre landscape that is Thor: Ragnarok with music by Mark "The Guy From Devo" Mothersbaugh!
Join us as we chat about one of the more obscure franchises to make it into the MCU, and find out the results of the Great Marvel Twitter Poll!
Join us on this very, very bad acid flashback as we discuss the otherwise-decent score for Howard the Duck by John Barry and Sylvester Levay!