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by Josh Antonuccio

16 Mar 2011


1. Living in the Material World: George Harrison
Director: Martin Scorsese

Sure we love the Beatles, but then there’s the dark horse George Harrison, the man who emerged as a brilliantly enigmatic songwriter and became known as the quintessential reductionist guitar player. His post-Beatles release All Things Must Pass rivals Plastic Ono Band as the best post-Fab Four record and his notable solo career and much under-appreciated musicianship have been long overdue for a closer inspection. As we mark the 10-year anniversary of his death, the Scorsese-directed biopic will shed light on what made his musical contributions so significant. Look for new interview footage from remaining Beatles McCartney and Ringo, as well as unreleased material that Olivia Harrison pulled from George’s archives.

by Eric Allen Been

16 Mar 2011


Radiohead’s Thom Yorke is set to release a split 12-inch single with experimental beat makers Burial and Four Tet, and last night, Four Tet premiered the collaborative tracks, “Ego” and “Mirror”, on the London-based radio station Rinse FM. The YouTube streams of the two songs are listed below. The vinyl single drops March 21 on Four Tet’s Text label.

 

by PopMatters Staff

15 Mar 2011


Former Clash man Mick Jones and filmmaker Don Letts bring their Big Audio Dynamite project back on the road this spring with a series of dates in the UK and US. Highlights include appearances at Coachella, as well as high profile gigs at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire and New York’s Roseland Ballroom. Full dates after the jump.

by PopMatters Staff

15 Mar 2011


Bill Maher takes apart the bizarre popularity of TV’s Secret Millionaire and suggests some better ideas for reality TV shows, like simply dropping rich people into poor neighborhoods.

by Eric Allen Been

15 Mar 2011


A week before its release, the Strokes have decided to stream their new album Angels over at their website. You can check out the LP in its entirety here.

Angels comes out March 21 on RCA Records.

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After Images: Poland's 41st Gdynia Film Festival

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"From painters to interrogators, some of the finest films at Gdynia Film Festival 2016 dramatized real-life figures from the country’s past.

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