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The Year in TV: March 2010

Continuing our look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in March 2010.


The Dirtbombs Tackle Classic Detroit Techno on New Album (videos)

Almost a decade after the Dirtbombs released their collection of reinterpretations of golden-era soul and funk songs called Ultraglide in Black, the Detroit-based garage rockers


Blockhead - “The Music Scene” (video)

Our brains are all on television! In this mind-bending animated video from Manhattan instrumental hip-hop DJ Blockhead, the animals are loose and TV rules the


Fantastic Merlins Go Radiohead with “Song of the Month”

A digital album priced on a goodwill basis... like Radiohead, only with a free option.


The Guilty Pleasure of Matt Morris

There’s something corny and smarmy about Matt Morris. He seems to live on the rarefied air of the priveleged; the lucky few, who have


“Stuck in the Middle With You” Singer Gerry Rafferty Dies at Age 63

Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty, who is perhaps best known for his 1972 hit “Stuck in the Middle With You” and the 1978 soft-rock classic “Baker Street”, died


jj Drops Video for “Let Them”, Releases ‘Kills’ Mixtape (video)

Back in November, Swedish band jj dropped their first post-jj nº 3 single, “Let Them”. Now comes the accompanying video, which features vocalist Elin Kastlander at


Summing Up Camelot in One Word: Excalibur?

Starz released its brief behind-the-scenes trailer for Camelot, a new series from Chris Chibnall (possibly best known among SF circles for Torchwood but also well


Explosions in the Sky to Play Radio City Music Hall

I won't mince words about this one... this show will kick ass.


Ben + Vesper - “Knee-Hi Wall” MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

The married musical couple Ben + Vesper offer up their second LP of pop adventurousness this January with the release of Honors.


December 2010

November 2010

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

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"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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