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by Steve Horowitz

28 Oct 2010


With Election Day coming, some people bemoan the fact that all candidates are too much alike. Whether one is a liberal Democrat with socialist leanings or Tea Party Republican with libertarian tendencies, chances who you vote for will be somewhat sane. That wasn’t always the case—at least in England, where voters had a real choice. Look at this footage of campaigner Screaming Lord Sutch, who paraded his lunacy as a weapon. While many people preach the importance of diversity, where is the true voice of neurodiversity? It lives in the past, but should be remembered and honored. All hail the bipolar, manic depressives, autistic, voice hearing, multiple personalities that have always brought the human race forward. We need crazy, as the sane world we live in promises to normalize us to death.

by Timothy Gabriele

28 Oct 2010


If underground boxers made boxing videos the way that Spike Jonze and company made arty skate videos, maybe they’d come up with something like the conga-lead training montage by Tectonic main-man Pinch. Actually, though the track does ride some wicked almost-tremolo steady riddim a la Ramadanman, it lacks punch for a song called “The Boxer” with a video featuring boxing.

by PopMatters Staff

27 Oct 2010


Moments ago, Stereogum premiered the new video from the Drums, who have been selling out their recent shows and thrilling the punters.

by Callum MacKenzie

27 Oct 2010


Mike Winkelmann, known to the outside world as Beeple, has animated a new video for “Kill Your Co-Workers”, the single from Flying Lotus’ latest EP, Pattern + Grid World. The video, animated with Cinema 4D, features graphic inter-robot murder and more than a little bit of robotic blood.

by PopMatters Staff

27 Oct 2010


Kanye West is making mini-movies now like Michael Jackson did once upon a time. Who says the music video is dead.

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U2's 'The Joshua Tree' Tour Reminds the Audience of their Politics

// Notes from the Road

"The Joshua Tree tour highlights U2's classic album with an epic and unforgettable new experience.

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