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Method Man vs. Redman: Tale of The Tapenew

Known for sharp and hilarious contributions to albums like their 1999 collaboration Blackout!, they've also appeared in deodorant commercials, the stoner cult classic How High and even a short-lived Fox show Meth & Red. But when the two perform together, who's the real headliner?
Dallas Observer  |  Ben Westhoff  |  08-10-2009  |  Music

Sunset Rubdown's Latest is Perhaps its Best Yetnew

Dragonslayer is a sprawling, whimsical journey into Spencer Krug's psyche, it features ruminations on relationships; emotional calls to arms; and angry, near-vicious screeds against his detractors (including himself).
Dallas Observer  |  Ben Westhoff  |  07-06-2009  |  Reviews

Stefan Merrill Block Makes Peace with a Family Cursenew

In the tradition of James Joyce, who abandoned his native Ireland at a young age but could never stop writing about it, Block is a 26-year-old wunderkind who got to the brink of fame in his new residence of Brooklyn, New York, by ruminating on his Texas roots.
Dallas Observer  |  Ben Westhoff  |  05-05-2008  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Lance (Big Mouth) Bassnew

The former 'N Syncer spills the beans in a surprisingly good bio.
Dallas Observer  |  Ben Westhoff  |  10-29-2007  |  Music

Conscious Rap Roster Should Drop Taleb Kwelinew

Eardrum is a heaping mess, neither smart nor groundbreaking, and loaded with clich├ęs.
Dallas Observer  |  Ben Westhoff  |  09-10-2007  |  Reviews

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