Mixed Media

July 2011

‘The Pot Republic’ Premieres on ‘Frontline,’ 26 July

The legalization of medical marijuana in California has led to a Green Rush, or, as attorney Bill Panzer puts it, a “wild, wild west.” As


‘Mugabe and the White African’ Premieres on PBS on 7/26 at 10pm

Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson’s documentary traces the legal case that white farmer Mike Campbell brings against the Zimbabwean government. He’s a white


Beastie Boys - “Dont Play No Game That I Can’t Win” Spike Jonze Video

The Beastie Boys, in action figure form, battle an anti-Beasties group in their new music video.


M.I.A. Releases Amy Winehouse Tribute on Soundcloud

Last night, M.I.A. posted a tribute to Amy Winehouse on her Soundcloud page fittingly titled “27”. It’s “dedicated to all [her] friends that


Synkro - “Look at Yourself” (video)

Synkro started off as little more than a Burial clone, which wasn’t too bad since he was such a terrific fascimile and rarely any


The Black Lips Release New Video for “New Direction”

Atlanta’s Black Lips, described as a “flower punk” band, are currently making a few stops around the US, including New York and Nashville, before


All India Radio - Free Me (new album / MP3s)

Oh snap, All India Radio just gave away another free digital album!


The Booze - “Wild One” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Atlanta's the Booze channels the grit and attitude of late '60s/early '70s British rock, specifically the Rolling Stones.


Britain’s Smoke Fairies Launch US Tour Following Stellar Debut Album

PopMatters recently said of Smoke Fairies’ debut album Through Low Light and Trees: “The duo’s voices and instruments harmonize in haunting ways that evoke


Best Actress Rewind: 1975

Best Actress Rewind is back! Oscar-watcher Matt Mazur challenges the Academy's choices in his favorite category, comparing the Academy nominees with his own (frequently better) nominees!


June 2011

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.

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