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Q&A: Idris Elba Talks 'Mi Mandela' And Collaborat...
Q&A: Idris Elba Talks 'Mi Mandela' And Collaborating With James Blake, Mumford & SonsThe actor/singer discusses a possible album based on his signature character from 'The Wire'Idris Elba November 21...
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Crooked Brothers mind their manners
Nelson musician James Lamb was standing in a bank lineup recently when a fan approached him to ask when and where he would be playing next. He told them he would be performing with Winnipeg roots act...
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Ana Lily Amirpour Is the Raddest Filmmaker Workin...
Shot in black and white, "Girl" first introduces us to Bad City, a fictional Iranian ghost town inhabited by a group of unusual characters. Funny, violent, lovely and surreal, the film predominately...
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Ana Lily Amirpour
Peter Mulvey is back with 'Silver Ladder'
I'll admit it, I've been missing Peter Mulvey lately. Not that Mulvey, a Wisconsin-based singer-songwriter who used to live in the Boston-area, has really gone anywhere, but as hard as it is to...
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Recognise her? It's you! Is this the profile of a...
How YouGov's data differentiates people with an interest in Shropshire from their comparison set Sound familiar? It should do. According to pollsters YouGov, that is the profile of the typical...
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In a big blaze of neon lights, Brett Atkinson discovers Tokyo's best watering holes. 'Tokyo might be one the planet's biggest and busiest cities, but it's also infused with a remarkably polite and...
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Before he was an Oscar-winning actor—before he was even nominated, before he was known as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, before Lebowski, before that magnificent, flowing grey hair and crackling...
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Shuffle: the weeks best singles and audiostreams
Shuffle: the weeks best singles and audiostreams Father John Misty, Taylor Swift, David Bowie and Pentatonix FATHER JOHN MISTY There was an interesting piece on NPR recently about how bearded...
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Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters a...
If, as recently reported, Robert Plant did turn down a king’s ransom to play the world’s enormo domes with Led Zeppelin, nights as good these at Leeds’s cosy O2 Academy perhaps explain why. There’s...
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Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Fre...
Fuck the 4th quarter An inconveniant truth: We are freezing our balls off, AlGore! but global warming caused this, no matter what happens, it's all caused by global warming, even global cooling,...
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Listening Post / Brief reviews of select releases
Pink Floyd, “The Endless River” (Columbia). As a full-blown Pink Floyd album, “The Endless River” is not likely to give epic platters like “Wish You Were Here” and “Animals” a run for their money. But...
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Long Underwear, the Useless Web, Organized Konfus...
I recommend getting away for a while. Me and the missus are out here eating Walmart produce in the country and it is all right. The German came to visit us this week and showed us a fine new way to...
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6 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend
Crossing our fingers, but we haven't heard a single Christmas song yet. We hope the holiday hasn't yet entered your ears either, and to keep it that way, here are six suggestions for great music to...
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Marty O'Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra & Third S...
Santa Cruz-based folk-and-blues act Marty O’Reily and the Old Soul Orchestra (consisting of Chris Lynch and Jeff Kissell) deliver a trance-infused blues record on their full-length debut, Pray For...
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Jeff Bridges to show his musical side in Edmonds
Published: Thursday, November 13, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Jeff Bridges to show his musical side in Edmonds EDMONDS — Yes, the name of Jeff Bridges' band is The Abiders, and The Dude did abide in Bridges'...
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Chuck Mead's album an ode to his home state of Ka...
But despite a deep appreciation for the Music City, Mead has never lost his love for the place he was born, a point that's evidenced by Kansas being at the center of his newest solo album, “Free State...
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Singer Rachael Yamagata Welcomes YouTube's Advanc...
An increasing number of recording artists refuse to preview songs from an album months before it drops due to YouTube. But Rachael Yamagata isn't one of those singer-songwriters who cares if her music...
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Driessen's dedication still paying big dividends
... didn't so much choose the fiddle as have one thrust upon me," says the Minnesota-born musician, who has turned the bluegrass style he grew up playing into a passport to jazz, folk, country and,...
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Merry pranksters in the Chocolate Factory Primus ...
ST. LOUIS — Primus’ funk-metal-psychedelic mayhem took on an element of a Grateful Dead show with some Primus grooving fans’ dreds flying and bodies twirling while a few other fans banged their heads...
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Film Scene: Savannah Film Festival closes another...
Now that the 2014 Savannah Film Festival has finally come to a close, I can safely say that (to my taste, at least) it boasted one of the more unique and enjoyable schedules of features and shorts in...
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