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by PopMatters Staff

23 Jul 2009


The Thermals kicked off the brand new Noisevox site this June with four live tunes and a set of interviews.

by PopMatters Staff

23 Jul 2009


Noisevox is a new live music site, focused mainly on indie rock and they’ve come out of the gate with an impressive array of weekly live performances within that genre with Animal Collective and Moby headlining a few of the June shows. In this episode, Dan Deacon runs through a bunch of tunes and chats with Noisevox. You can get to the interviews here, but the songs are below.

by PopMatters Staff

23 Jul 2009


Japandroids recently played a live set at Pianos in NYC and the proceedings were caught on film by Noisemakers on Noisevox. The band runs through four of their tunes here: “Heart Sweats”, “Rockers East Vancouver”, “Young Hearts Spark Fire”, and “No Allegiance to the Queen”.

by PopMatters Staff

22 Jul 2009


Six Organs of Admittance
Luminous Night
(Drag City)
Releasing: 18 August (US)

SONG LIST
01 Actaeon’s Fall (Against the Hounds)
02 Anesthesia
03 Bar-Nasha
04 Cover Your Wounds with the Sky
05 Ursa Minor
06 River of Heaven
07 The Ballad of Charlie Harper
08 Enemies Before the Light

Six Organs of Admittance
“The Ballad of Charley Harper” [MP3]
     

by Matt Mazur

22 Jul 2009


It is hard to believe that Jane Campion has not made a full length feature film since 2003’s In the Cut but it is great to see her returning to her romantic roots with the biography of Keats, here played by Ben Whishaw. This looks to be every bit as visually-stunning and well-made as her classic The Piano. Welcome back, Jane!

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Green Hair Is a Beacon for Peace in Wartime in 'The Boy With Green Hair'

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"The titular Boy With the Green Hair becomes something of a statement for the tumultuous feelings of Americans during World War II.

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