Review: Natalie Prass’ Nostalgic, Political ‘The Future and the Past’

Natalie Prass' second album pairs the sharp and the smooth, its keenly observed lyrics about love and politics grounded in arrangements that recall soft-pop highlights from the past four decades. The Future and the Past is a modern echo of that moment when soft rock and Quiet Storm fed off each other – the plush yet firm yacht-y early-'80s keyboards on the wide-eyed "The Fire,"

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Review: Ghost Are Hard-Rock’s Most Interesting Novelty on ‘Prequelle’

In the decades since Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach and their ilk putrefied hard-rock radio with one dumbed-down, primitive heavy metal rager after another, there have been a few adventurous groups who have been able to break through by operating outside of the box. The most recent and most surprising has been Ghost – a morbidly theatrical collective of Swedish hard rockers who wear ghastly costumes

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Ozzy Osbourne Talks Roadtripping With His Kids, Trying Goat Yoga

Ozzy Osbourne takes a backseat to his kids as he, Jack and Kelly pack into a camper for a road trip in a clip from the upcoming third season of Ozzy & Jack's World Detour. "This is a bad fucking idea," he says, leaning over his daughter Kelly, who's behind the wheel. "I'll drive." He laughs and

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