Mixed Media

October 2010

‘Glee’ Can Also Be Spelled WTF

Somewhere in my fingers is a longer post about how Glee has gone completely off the rails, but I need a few days to compose


Best Actress Rewind: 1949

Oscar-watcher Matt Mazur dips into the history of this category and compares the Academy nominees with his own (frequently better) nominees!


Show & Tell with Avi Buffalo – Live Session on KCRW

An opportunity to watch/listen live to this band proves these wiz kids are for real.


The Legendary Pink Dots - “Hauptbahnhof” (PopMatters Premiere)

The British/Dutch Legendary Pink Dots are veterans of psychedelic rock, plying their trade since 1980. The band has a new album, Seconds Late for the Brighton Line, coming from ROIR tomorrow (5 October).


Blame feat. Ruff Sqwad - “On My Own” (video)

Yes, this is the same Blame (Conrad Shafie) who used to cut insane jungle anthem like “Music Takes You” and “Antemia (with Justice)” on Moving


Darkstar - “Gold” (video)

Buzz about Darkstar’s eventual debut has been building since the release of the “Need You/Squeeze My Lime” on Hyperdub in 2008. Now, with North


Donaeo - “I’m Fly” (video)

Donaeo, who most know from 2009’s Funky House anthem “Party Hard” returns with the boastful “I’m Fly”. Rumor has it he even samples a


Wire’s Legal Bootlegs and Forthcoming New Album

The heavily influential band Wire has been offering a series of “legal” live bootlegs from their website here. And in an effort to peak your


The Queen Is Gone, But Not Forgotten

If Norma Jean Baker were still alive, she would be well into her 80s today. But even though Marilyn Monroe has been dead for more


September 2010

M.I.A. - “FACEBOOKGOOGLEMYSPACEYOUTUBE”

The Google is connected to the government…Continuing in the vein of M.I.A’s cryptically revolutionary statements, miss Maya has crafted a new


August 2010

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Violin Virtuoso L. Subramaniam Mesmerizes in Rare New York Performance (Photos)

// Notes from the Road

"Co-presented by the World Music Institute, the 92Y hosted a rare and mesmerizing performance from India's violin virtuoso L. Subramaniam.

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