Devin Bog

It’s Valentine’s Day morning, and months deep into the throes of cuffing season, you’re ready for a day of complete romantic indulgence with your significant other. Or maybe it’s later in the evening, and you need some jams for the ...

2017 was a disorienting year. Looking back feels like remembering a fever dream — all the details sort of blur together, washing in and out of your mind’s eye, leaving you with little of anything except a weird feeling of ...

After a four-year break dominated by heavy touring, alternative rock band Queens of the Stone Age have returned with their sixth studio album, “Villains.” It’s pretty mediocre. Queens of the Stone Age has never been a particularly innovative band — ...

After 25 years of international fame and touring, one might expect Radiohead to look tired, even resentful, on stage. This is a band that’s dealt with the weight of expectations, of fans and of critics, for decades now. But when ...

Singer-songwriter Mark Kozelek could be described in a lot of very different ways: sober, maudlin, wise, rambling, talented, asshole, out-of-touch, sexist. He’s been deeply involved in his craft for the past 20 years, directly confronting, challenging critics and fans alike. ...

What is there to say about Kidz Bop Kids that hasn’t already been said? You’ve known the series forever: memories of your favorite childhood television shows are littered with those flashy, eye-grabbing commercials. Perhaps you even aspired to be a ...

Reality has a way of subverting your expectations at the strangest moments, while at other times your intuition is so dead-on it’s laughable. Fifty Shades Darker is such an occasion. Unlike the way the movie treats the sexual predispositions of ...

There’s a connective tissue that exists between each and every iteration of mainstream pop. As guitars give way to synthesizers and tastes change, one thing remains constant: people like their music loud with every single moment filled to the brim ...

      Courtesy of Rolling Stone In 1994, Weezer released their self-titled debut (more commonly known as The Blue Album). It was instantly hailed by critics and fans alike for its compelling mix of guitar-driven ferocity and accessible pop ...