CAVEMAN Caveman (Shock) There are moments of melodic and cleverly arranged promise in this New York indie five-piece’s follow-up to 2011’s CoCo Beware (which this reviewer quite liked as a slow-burner but which mostly smouldered beneath the radar) but the band’s tendency to sand the edges off their tracks with synth-washed soundscapes prevents most tracks from blossoming, let alone bear any fruit. The repetition of building each track to a crescendo using that layered synth becomes tedious, detracting from layered mid-album highlights Over My Head and Pricey whose great reverbed guitar lines and thoughtful change-ups are drowned by that familiar cadence
VH1 has offered Amanda Bynes a job on the its morning show “Big Morning Buzz Live,” which covers breaking pop culture news. It is going to be a big change for the actress or should we say former actress since the only time we see Amanda lately she is on the news for another driving […]
Apparently Lindsay has a knight in Shining Armor coming to her defense. Slash, rocker guitarist, Tweeted “She Did Nothing Wrong” in the troubled stars defense. Yet Another Arrest More drama in the Lindsay Lohan arrest — Slash just posted a tweet IN SUPPORT of the actress … claiming he’s 100% positive she didn’t do anything wrong … however there are […]
I am not one of those people who sit around rooting for product recalls. That’s because those people don’t exist
Angels wheel and deal Call it “speed,” “crank” or “poor man's coke,” the powder produces a cocaine-like high at half the price. Methamphetamine, at $60 a gram, is the discount drug of choice on the West Coast and a multimillion-dollar-a-year business for a new form of organized crime, a California-style Cosa Nostra on wheels.
Correction Appended: Friday, March 18, 2011It may soon become much harder to get your hands on the wheel of a Prius. The earthquake and tsunami that have caused over 10,000 deaths, swept away whole towns and plunged Japan into a nuclear crisis will have an impact, albeit a much less dire one, on U.S.
The "prince" is taking the wheel of Toyota as the world’s largest automotive manufacturer stands at a crossroads.