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by Matt Mazur

17 May 2011


Elizabeth Taylor … Suddenly, Last Summer

Oscar Nominees:

Doris Day ... Pillow Talk
Audrey Hepburn ... The Nun’s Story
Katharine Hepburn ... Suddenly, Last Summer
Simone Signoret ... Room at the Top
Elizabeth Taylor ... Suddenly, Last Summer

Mazur Nominees:

Dorothy Dandridge … Porgy and Bess

 

by PopMatters Staff

16 May 2011


Ladytron
Gravity the Seducer
(Nettwerk)
Release date: 12 September (UK) / 13 September (US)

Britain’s electro-poppers Ladytron are slating their fifth LP for release this coming September. New music is already being previewed with the release of “White Elephant” today and “Ace of Hz” late last year. Full tracklist after the jump.

Ladytron - White Elephant by nettwerkmusicgroup

Ladytron - Ace Of Hz [2010] by nettwerkmusicgroup

by Matt Mazur

16 May 2011


Pam Grier … Jackie Brown

Oscar Nominees:

Helena Bonham Carter ... The Wings of the Dove
Julie Christie ... Afterglow
Judi Dench ... Mrs. Brown
Helen Hunt ... As Good as It Gets
Kate Winslet ... Titanic

Mazur Nominees:

Joan Allen … The Ice Storm

 

by PopMatters Staff

16 May 2011


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by Timothy Gabriele

13 May 2011


Photo: Bram Belloni

Okay, so there’s a reason this one has probably stayed buried, but Gary Lucas’s archives have unearthed probably the most unlikely collaboration in the history of Downtown New York collaborations. Behind the decks in legendary producer Arthur Russell known for his avant-garde disco tracks and eccentric takes on pop that only now sound like the curve has caught up to him. On the microphone though was a young upstart named Mark Sinclair, who eventually went on to become the actor Vin Diesel. As a lost Arthur Russell track, its a bit of an embarassment and as a Vin Diesel hip-hop freestyle, it’s about what you might expect. Still, a noteworthy curiousity for those who love meaningless trivia or trying to establish meaningless “six degrees” connections.

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