Mixed Media

November 2011

‘Where Soldiers Come From’ on POV for Veterans Day

“I know that a documentary is never completely the truth,” says Heather Courtney. “It is always told through the filter of the director and the


‘Poster Girl’ on HBO2 9 November

“I was always a good soldier,” remembers Robynn Murray. “She could always carry a heavy ruck,” she says of herself, “And she’s the one


Local Miami Label Celebrates Its First Anniversary

Miami’s Forward Motion Records was founded by local musician and producer, Fernando Perdomo, as a way to bring attention to lesser known musicians from


‘My Reincarnation’ in Theaters Beginning 28 October

“When I think about myself, I say, ‘But I didn’t want to the son of a master.’ That’s the high Tibetan Buddhist Master,


Late Guest at the Party – “Electric Bongos” (video) (PopMatters Premiere)

Italy's Late Guest at the Party bring us their latest single, “Electric Bongos", a tune about striving and facing obstacles along the path to achievement.


‘Roll Tide/War Eagle’ Premieres on ESPN 8 November

“It’s difficult to describe to someone who doesn’t live here,” says Birmingham, Alabama radio host Paul Finebaum. “It’s really the Israelis and


CONTEST: Win Pink Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here’ OUT TODAY!

A teaser of the expanded Wish You Were Here sets and two chances to win!


Duran Duran Releases New Video for “Girl Panic!”

For a band who helped build their reputation on music video, it's been a long time since Duran Duran made a promotional film worthy of their classic clips from the '80s, which repeatedly cast the band as a hedonistic, futuristic, slightly effeminate gang of pirates.


The Great Book of John - “Simple Things” (video) (PopMatters Premiere)

Birmingham, Alabama’s the Great Book of John are a band that takes the paranoia and widescreen open spaces of Radiohead and pushes it directly and convincingly into straight Americana.


October 2011

September 2011

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Smudge and Jury: The Punk-Noir Pulp of 'I, The Jury'

// Short Ends and Leader

"With all the roughneck charm of a '40s-era pulp novel and much style to spare, I, The Jury is a good, popcorn-filling yarn.

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