Articles tagged not a star

Elephant Revival: Sands of Now

Haunting and joyous, this is everything good folk music should be.

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Bodega Bay: Our Brand Could Be Your Life

Despite lacking the entire picture, Our Brand Could Be Your Life is as packed with as much profundity, wit, and energy as any indie debut this year.

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In ‘The Fly Trap’ Fredrik Sjöberg Writes Much Like His Subjects Behave

If Sjöberg's stylistic tics are an impediment to real investigation, they at least provide an aesthetic pleasure all their own.

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Who Cleans Up When the Party’s Over? An Interview with the Good Life

Eight years since their last effort, Tim Kasher of Cursive and Ryan Fox shake that "other band" tag by making their best, weirdest disc yet.

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26 Aug 2015 // 3:30 PM

Movie Star Jackie Chan Caught Between East and West

Jackie Chan has just published an autobiography in Chinese, Never Grow Up, Only Get Older, and the title is more than apropos.

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Players Have Every Right to Be Unhappy With ‘Star Citizen’ Progress

How can a game with nearly $90 million in funding possibly be behind schedule? We were supposed to have a fully formed beta version by the end of 2014, but that isn’t coming until 2016. What happened?

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Bill Ryder-Jones - “Two to Birkenhead” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

Former lead guitarist from the Coral Bill Ryder-Jones has a new record, West Kirby County Primary, coming out on November 6th. "Two to Birkenhead" is the first single.

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26 Aug 2015 // 1:00 PM

Sweat Lodge: Talismana

The Sword aren't the only Austin band capable of kicking up a little 4:20-friendly riffology

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Jane Getter Premonition - “Surprised” (audio) (premiere)

The prog rock guitarist joins forces with Living Colour's Corey Glover on this dreamy new epic track.

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Dreamers - “No Rain (Blind Melon cover)” (video) (premiere)

The Brooklyn band visit a legendary studio to perform a 1990s classic.

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Low Lily - “The Girl’s Not Mine” (audio) (premiere)

You can't get much more traditional American folk than a song inspired by, erm, Rick Springfield.

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Notes, Hoaxes, and Jokes: Silkworm’s ‘Lifestyle’ - “Yr Web”

Lifestyle's sixth track sends glad tidings to an old flame while drummer Michael Dahlquist brings the thunder.

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British ‘Detectorists’ on Acorn TV Uncovers a Comedy Treasure

Detectorists, a wonderful sitcom set in the south of England among a group of treasure hunters and the winner of the 2015 BAFTA award for scripted comedy, has crossed the Atlantic by way of the streaming subscription service Acorn TV.

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Love & the Zealous - “Dock of the Bay” (video) (premiere)

The Texas band pulls off an inspired cover of Otis Redding's classic.

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‘Unplanned America’: “Boyz in the Hood” and ”Inhibition and Exhibition”

The reality TV road show tackles sex, cycling, and hip-hop in its third and fourth episodes.

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Wizaard - “Mountain of the Underground” (audio) (premiere)

The Montreal band returns with a new track that gives Tame Impala a run for their money.

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The Struggling Economies of ‘Two Days, One Night’

With a clear respect for the struggle of its characters, Two Days, One Night crafts a story that reveals the strife inherent in the economic system.

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War Is Eternal in ‘Welcome Back #1’

Two warriors are reincarnated again and again to do Eternal Battle. Will either ever escape the cycle?

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‘Kyn’ Is a Straightforward Enough RPG in the Best Way Possible

Kyn is generic, but somehow it is generic in the most intriguing way that a fantasy game could be.

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How Might ‘Meru’ Be Measured?

Climbing Meru might be represented in a film, but even as it's shared here among the three climbers, each has his own version of what happened.

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Country Fried Rock: Drivin' N' Cryin' to Be Inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame

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""If Drivin' N' Cryin' sounded as good in the '80s as we do now, we could have been as big as Cinderella." -- Kevn Kinney

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