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Monday, Oct 13, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Todd Snider
Snider is offering his new album, Peace Queer, for free between now and October 31. Download the entire record in sparkling MP3 and watch for PopMatters’ review later this week.
Peace Queer album [MP3s]


Deerhoof
Chandelier Searchlight [Video]


Mercury Rev
Senses on Fire (Fujiya & Miyagi mix) [MP3]
     


Wilderness
Strand the Test of Time [MP3]
     


Fredrik
Black Fur [MP3]
     


1986 [Video]


 

Nick T. (of Islands, The Unicorns)
Let It Go (Flying Lotus remix) [MP3]
     


Simon Bookish
Dumb Terminal [MP3]
     



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Sunday, Sep 14, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Palin / Hillary Open
Gov. Palin and Senator Clinton address the nation


And here’s what else happened last night…


Digital Short: Space Olympics
The year is 3022 and this galactic sporting event is having some financial issues


Michael Phelps Diet
You too can eat 12,000 calories a day!


The Charles Barkley Show


T-Mobile Fav 5
Shot on location in Las Vegas, Charles Barkley welcomes Michael Phelps and Bela


Jar Glove
There’s got to be a better way



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Friday, Sep 12, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

PopMatters Video Premiere



Sonya Kitchell
Borderline - Behind the Scenes Vignette [Video]


Go behind the scenes with Sonya Kitchell to hear all about the recording of “Borderline” from her new album, This Storm. Kitchell blends the sounds of the indie and adult contemporary worlds and has collaborated with jazz giant Herbie Hancock on a number of live events as well as a bonus track for last year’s Joni Mitchell tribute album, The Joni Letters. She kicks off a new tour on 24 September, backed by the Slip.


George Clinton
Ain’t That Peculiar [MP3]
     


Her Space Holiday
Sleepy Tigers [MP3]
     


Common Market
Tobacco Road [MP3]
     


Tomer Yosef
Underground [MP3]
     



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Friday, Sep 12, 2008
by Stephen Becker / The Dallas Morning News (MCT)

Opening Sept. 19:


THE DUCHESS - Keira Knightley goes 18th-century this time, playing the extravagant Duchess of Devonshire, who is trapped in an unhappy marriage.


GHOST TOWN - Ricky Gervais momentarily dies during an operation and gains the ability to talk to ghosts.


IGOR - John Cusack, John Cleese and Eddie Izzard lend their voices to this animated film about a lab assistant who dreams of becoming an evil scientist.


LAKEVIEW TERRACE - A police officer (Samuel L. Jackson) isn’t at all happy that an interracial couple has moved into his neighborhood.


MY BEST FRIEND’S GIRL - Jason Biggs, Dane Cook and Kate Hudson star in this story of a man who asks his best friend to take out his ex to show her what a great boyfriend she is missing.


TOWELHEAD - Based on Alicia Erian’s novel, the story revolves around an Arab-American girl who battles a sexual obsession and a tough family during the Gulf War.



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Tuesday, Sep 9, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Tanya Tagaq
Fire - Ikuma [MP3]
     


Elbow
The Bones of You [Video]


Travis
J. Smith [Video]


Langhorne Slim
Restless [MP3] [Video]
     


Brightblack Morning Light
Oppressions Each [MP3] (from Motion to Rejoin releasing 23 September)
     


Grayson Capps
Back to the Country [MP3]
     


Mr. Lif
Presidential Report Vol. 2 [MP3]
     


Passion Pit
Sleepyhead [MP3]
     



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