Articles tagged not without a fight

6 Jul 2015 // 1:30 PM

John Patitucci: Brooklyn

Bassist John Patitucci returns home with a new bass and a few friends to ostensibly explore the music that shaped his love of the instrument.

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6 Jul 2015 // 1:00 PM

Captain Comics: Characters Who Lived Large As Tiny Creatures

It’s hard to imagine why getting smaller than your opponent is a useful super power, but shrinking has been a staple in comics since 1939.

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Denis Leary Ready to Rock FX Once Again with ‘Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll’

Leary is back once again on FX with a half-hour comedy aimed more at his adult audience: Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, premiering July 16.

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6 Jul 2015 // 12:30 PM

Wharfer: Acadia

If Jeff Tweedy, Glen Hansard, and Sufjan Stevens met Tom Waits at Justin Vernon’s Wisconsin cabin, the result would be Acadia.

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Foxtails Brigade - “Far Away and Long Ago” (video) (premiere)

This stunning single-take video by the Bay Area band only enhances the song's haunting quality.

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Three Thousand Rivers - “Gut” (audio) (premiere)

Citing such bands as Neutral Milk Hotel and the Mountain Goats as major influences, Brooklyn quintet Three Thousand Rivers taps into Americana, funk, jazz, and

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‘True Detective’: Maybe Tomorrow

True Detective, Season 2, Episode 3: Where does the kitsch end and the surreal begin?

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A Crooked and Unseen Highway: lowercase - “You’re a King”

Like too many great bands, Lowercase have never received their full due. Ragged, deeply, sometimes even awkwardly, personal music like theirs typically becomes the property of small but passionate fanbases.

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R&B Group the Internet Widens Its Connection with the Deeply Personal ‘Ego Death’

The result is a winning paradox: a jump toward accessibility that also feels deeply personal.

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Twin River - “Secret in a Séance” (video) (premiere)

Shoegaze and classic gothic rock coalesce on this track by the Vancouver band.

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See Ya Later, Terminator: How ‘Genisys’ Destroyed More Than the Future

From the casting to the concept, this latest attempt to revive the struggling film series is nothing but a CG stunt, a gimmick that gets old quickly.

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Black Widow Earns Her Mark in ‘Black Widow #19’

The story of the infamous "red" in Natasha's ledger is brought to light.

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Owl - “Star Up” (audio) (premiere)

The hard rock band channels a little vintage glam on their latest track.

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Pop Unmuted Podcast: Pop Anniversaries and the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face”

To celebrate the one year Anniversary of the Pop Unmuted Podcast, the panel discusses pop anniversaries and the latest single from the Weeknd.

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When Slayer Screams About Dying, You Feel Alive

When the latest incarnation of Slayer walked onto a stage full of Marshall stacks and upside-down crosses, it was a chance to see how a band long obsessed with death was coping with its aftermath.

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‘Manglehorn’ Showcases David Gordon Green’s Odd Lyricism

Manglehorn emphasizes its title character's inability to accept many forms of attention, good or bad.

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Paul Verhoeven’s Authenticity Came to Light at Chicago’s Logan Arcade

Some works by Paul Verhoeven, a director known for satire, were shown in an ironic setting this summer. The result was an earnestness soaked in blood.

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Vince Staples: Summertime ‘06

The Long Beach rapper steps out with a coming-of-age story on his bold debut album full of stark beats and penetrating lyrics.

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Various Artists: Nu Yorica! Culture Clash In New York City: Experiments in Latin Music 1970-77

A newly-reissued compilation from the Latin music explosion of the 1970s with names familiar and obscure.

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6 Jul 2015 // 2:15 AM

In Camera: Era

The short-lived East London band captured the pessimism and angst of late '70s Britain.

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'True Detective': Maybe Tomorrow

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