Performing and fine arts journal collects links to "best of" lists and features from the BBC, the Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, and other sources.
Ian Youngs surveys the pop music landscape to find out which artists had the best years, as well as those who had the worst.
Music industry insiders Joe Taylor, Paul Rees, Alex Needham, and James Roberts offer their predictions for 2002's biggest artists, trends, and stories.
Five critics select twelve contemporary Christian rock, pop, and country releases as their favorites of 2001.
House of Blues offers their picks for the year's best albums, singles, concerts, Webcasts, and interviews. Download the picks or register to win the collection on CD.
Check out an extensive archive of reader-submitted top-ten lists, including the best shows, CDs, new artists, and things to look forward to in 2002.
Richard Menta runs down his list of those in the digital music world who had a tough time surviving 2001, including Napster, SDMI, and Internet radio.
Richard Menta offers his list of which digital music products, companies, and industry interested fared best in the tumultuous year of 2001.
Find out just how many seats were filled and how many millions of dollars were made on tours from U2, the Dave Matthews Band, and other big names.
PopMatters' full editorial staff offers their selections for the best albums of 2001, including CDs from Bob Dylan, Gillian Welch, and Jay-Z.
Find out what the venerable music magazine's editors chose as the year's best albums. Includes reviews, reader comments, and retail links.
Film buffs and music buts alike will appreciate this site's picks for the best movie soundtracks and scores of 2001.
Find out how Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and other country stars dominated the airwaves in 2001, and which pop and hip-hop stars did best at keeping pace.
Well-known jazz critic offers his picks for the best instrumental jazz albums of 2001, starting with pianist John Lewis' "Evolution II."
Readers can consult the editors' selections for the best CDs and Washington, DC-area concerts of 2001, and then add their two cents in the interactive forum.