CFP: The Legacy of Radiohead's 'The Bends' 20 Years On [Deadlines: 29 Jan / 12 Feb]

 
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Thursday, Sep 17, 2009

Garcia is one of the premiere contemporary storytellers of women’s stories—his Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her and Nine Lives are must-sees—this year he directs Naomi Watts, Kerry Washington, and the much-buzzed about Annette Bening in an eloquent tale about motherhood. Expect Bening to be at the Oscars again!



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Thursday, Sep 17, 2009

Bear in Heaven
Beast Rest Forth Mouth
(Hometapes)
Releasing: 13 October


Brooklyn-based art rock quartet Bear In Heaven is giving away a pair of tracks off of their upcoming full-length, Beast Rest Forth Mouth, and they come on high recommendation (suspicions of conspiracy between bands with “Bear” in their name aside). The first single, “Wholehearted Mess”, is out now on a 12” EP (limited to 1000), but “Lovesick Teenagers” throbs and plods only on the Internet for the time being.


SONG LIST
01 Beast in Peace
02 Wholehearted Mess
03 You Do You
04 Lovesick Teenagers
05 Ultimate Satisfaction
06 Dust Cloud
07 Drug a Wheel
08 Deafening Love
09 Fake Out
10 Casual Goodbye


Bear In Heaven


Wholehearted Mess [MP3]


     


Lovesick Teenagers [MP3]


     



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Some Delights of the Hudson Valley, edited by Danny Shanahan, is a compilation of humor concerning the region, full of stories, jokes, comic books, and poems from such contributors as Robert Kelly and Denny Dillon.



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by PopMatters Staff

Grandcrew.com is putting out some impressive videos lately, including this live performance from neo-folk singer Alela Diane in France this past July.



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Thursday, Sep 17, 2009

After Fact Magazine picked them for their top third quarter 2009 album, Cloaks seemed to be working out. The few small bursts I’ve heard haven’t fully converted me, but there is something to be said for Cloaks’ odd fusion of dubstep with the harsher textures of early Cabaret Voltaire and the menacing repetition of Mescalinum United.



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