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Calvin Harris – 18 Months

Scotsman, Calvin Harris’ star has been rising steadily and he solidified his status (for now) with his collaboration with Rihanna on 

Walk the Moon – Walk the Moon

Walk the Moon release their self-titled second album. [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he band’s first album was an independent release titled ‘I want I want’. 

Green Day – Uno

After political and social commentary on ‘American Idiot’ and ‘21st Century Breakdown’ Green Day return to their roots on ‘Uno’. The 

Bob Dylan – Tempest

Icon among icons, Bob Dylan re-emerges with his 35th studio album. Dylan’s success in his later years is a testament to 

P.O.D. – Murdered Love

Rap metal stalwarts, P.O.D. return after a four year hiatus. Tracks like ‘Eyez’, ‘Murdered Love’ and ‘I Am’ are standard new 

Superman #9

Superman saves a Russian sub, a blogger approaches Lois claiming he knows Superman’s secret identity and a villain named Anguish robs 

Daydream Nation

Caroline (Dennings) moves from the city to a backwater town with her dad. She soon discovers that many of the teens 

Bleeding Cool #0

Tired of surfing the web to get the latest comic book previews and gossip? Then Bleeding Cool Magazine is for you. 

The Traveler

Also known as Mr. Nobody In the netherworld of direct to DVD movies, ‘The Traveler’ creeps along. Seeking to escape its 


While on an excursion to a mental institution, psychology major, Abby Jones (Christine Evangelista) has a terrifying encounter with deranged psychopath, 

Gossip – A Joyful Noise

Despite Beth Ditto’s captivating voice, Gossip’s fifth album is a lackluster affair. I was not overly familiar with the band’s previous 


Also known as Playing House Newly married couple Jen (Sarah Prikryl) and Mitch (Craig Welzbacher) have acquired their dream home but 

Train – California 37

Train keep on the straight road and deliver a pop heavy album. ‘California 37’ is a pleasant, accessible record. It has 


Alyce (Jade Dornfeld) is a young but frustrated urbanite who loathes her boss and her dead-end job. Her only consolation is