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Thursday, November 20 2014

“There’s Always a Streak of Cold in the Warm”: An Interview with iamamiwhoami

In a rare interview, iamiwhoami's Jonna Lee opens up about the project's development, its future, and the two full-length albums she scrapped along the way to making the stunning blue.


Orson Welles: The Lion in Winter, and at Lunch

Taken from long-lost recordings and filled with Hollywood gossip and personal revelations, this collection of transcripts proves why Orson Welles was one of the great conversationalists of all time.


Wednesday, November 19 2014

DOC NYC 2014: ‘Citizenfour’

Citizenfour is exquisitely filmed and carefully reported, but its greatest effects have to do with what you don't see, such as the plans and ambitions that underlie surveillance.


From ‘Great White Father’ to Loisel’s Waif: The Troubled Tropes of Peter Pan

Loisel’s retelling is a gorgeous one. But it’s a contribution to a troubled tale. Is Neverland about rejecting adults – or just women?


Setting You Up for Loss: ‘Why Football Matters’

Football. According to author Mark Edmundson, it's a pharmakon.


Sam Hunt: Montevallo

Sam Hunt records his first full-length LP, makes an argument about genre, and is still problematic about women.


Tuesday, November 18 2014

The Gibson Brothers - “Bye Bye Love” (audio) (Premiere)

With some ace bluegrass flatpicking and tender vocal harmonies, the Gibson Brothers' take on the Everly Brothers classic "Bye Bye Love" shows this reputable bluegrass group in fine form.


Caught in the Machine: Nine Inch Nails - “Last” and “Help Me I Am in Hell”

For its third and fourth tracks, Broken arms itself with a bludgeoning wall of sound, followed by silent, creeping dread


‘Brian Jones: The Making of the Rolling Stones’ Serves as a Crucial Corrective

Brian Jones, founder of the Rolling Stones, had the vision and musical intuition which helped make the band a vital force in the '60s.


Monday, November 17 2014

A Rural Youth is Curated in John Updike’s ‘Olinger Stories’

John Updike is able to highlight the details of domestic life in a way that turns the mundane into something sacred and significant.


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Steve Aoki: Neon Future I (Reviews) [17.Nov.14]
Roll the Dice: Until Silence (Reviews) [17.Nov.14]
Big K.R.I.T.: Cadillactica (Reviews) [14.Nov.14]
Kevin Drumm: Wrong Intersection (Reviews) [14.Nov.14]
Frank Kimbrough: Quartet (Reviews) [14.Nov.14]
Deerhoof: La Isla Bonita (Reviews) [13.Nov.14]
Run the Jewels: Run the Jewels 2 (Reviews) [12.Nov.14]
2:54: The Other I (Reviews) [12.Nov.14]
Close Talker: Flux (Reviews) [11.Nov.14]
Darius Jones: The Oversoul Manual (Reviews) [11.Nov.14]
Dinosaur Feathers: Control (Capsule Reviews) [10.Nov.14]
The GeekGirlCon Effect (Columns) [10.Nov.14]
T.I.: Paperwork (Reviews) [10.Nov.14]
Matt Ulery: In the Ivory (Reviews) [10.Nov.14]
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