A lifelong Star Trek fan addresses the criticism over the new films.
by Corbie Hill | May 20, 2013
A look behind the scenes at the music-making process with one of Charlotte's finest alt-country bands.
by Corbie Hill | May 08, 2013
Their wry love songs and small town retrospectives are built on exuberance.
by Corbie Hill | April 20, 2013
Boston's Joy Kills Sorrow mixes the vocal and lyrical approach of Northeastern coffee shop folk with now-universal string-band instrumentation.
by Corbie Hill | April 06, 2013
They sound like some rusted dinosaur of big riffs, noxious exhaust and vocal roars that would carry across a noisy factory floor.
by Corbie Hill | April 03, 2013
Mozart's almost contemporary opera, a love story with more than a little occultism.
by Corbie Hill | January 19, 2013
Justin Bieber is huge now, but which historical teen star's path will he follow?
by Corbie Hill | January 16, 2013
The Sammies, Motel Glory also on the bill.
by Corbie Hill | January 04, 2013
CL editor's weekly commentary on stories that sparked his interest - and yours.
by Mark Kemp | December 28, 2012
The band's chopped, math-rock crust, if anything, evinces desperation.
by Corbie Hill | November 27, 2012
It is liturgical music, meant to mirror, or even score, the elaborate symbolism and ritual of Catholic ceremony.
by Corbie Hill | November 16, 2012
Swing-era jazz clarinetist Benny Goodman is worth celebrating.
by Corbie Hill | November 09, 2012
Del’s tried on pretty much every hat — often with stunning results.
by Corbie Hill | November 07, 2012
This project inhabits an ’80s-tinged mood-rock character.
by Corbie Hill | November 03, 2012
The coastal N.C. sludge trio’s live shows can be noisome assaults of sweat, volume and vomit.
by Corbie Hill | October 25, 2012