Mixed Media

January 2012

Slamdance 2012 Announces Winners

Slamdance Film Festival, begun in 1995, has become a yearly event, taking place, “coincidentally”, at the exact same time as Sundance, in scenic Park City, Utah.

Listen to Of Montreal’s ‘Paralytic Stalks’ via SPIN

Listen and read about the songs with details from the songwriter

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Video for “Thought Ballune” + Tour Schedule

Portland’s psych rock trio Unknown Mortal Orchestra recently released a video for “Thought Ballune”, co-directed by Jordan Blady and Ryan Knowles. This laid-back dance

Doc Series ‘Have You Heard From Johannesburg’ Concludes on PBS, 26 January

“President Reagan has fought long and hard to prevent Congress from imposing new economic sanctions on South Africa. Recently, even leaders of his own party

Two Dark Birds - “Black Blessed Night” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Two Dark Birds frontman Steve Koester leaves the confines of the Big Apple for new musical inspiration in the mountains.

Magically Disordered: The Joy Division Mickey Mouse T-Shirt

I went to Disney World for the first time in my life in November 2011. At that time, I saw, in person, the Joy Division Mickey

Phenomenal Doc ‘Senna’ at Maysles Cinema on 25 January

Ayrton Senna was a star. As recounted in Asif Kapadia’s terrific documentary, the Formula One driver was not only skilled and daring, but also

HBO’s ‘Real Sports’ Looks at NFL’s ‘Wonder Drug’ on 24 January

“It masks pain from head to toe.” And, Andrea Kremer continues, “It’s a part of the game that the public’s not really supposed

Soso - “Who’s Gonna Love Me” (Helium Robots remix) MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Soso is a rising Swedish singer with true pop star potential and if she plays her cards right, she could be the next heartthrob diva.

Frostbite Roulette at Winter on the Rocks

January in Colorado, to anyone who doesn’t live on the front range of the Rocky Mountains, seems like the coldest and stupidest time to

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Indie Horror Month 2016: 'Downfall' Explores Depression, Bulimia, and Suicide through Horror

// Moving Pixels

"Downfall finds horror in helpfulness.

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