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Monday, April 7 2014

Nirvana - “Rape Me”

“Rape Me” was intended as a razor-sharp anti-rape anthem, an emblem of the feminist messages Kurt began channeling during the last two years of his life. That's not how it was taken.


‘Hearts and Minds’: The Forever War Goes On

The film indicts US arrogance in its many forms, including the American administrations and corporate interests that blundered their ways through decades of combat and escalation.


Friday, April 4 2014

Lyle Lovett - “That’s Right (You’re Not from Texas)” (video)

The justifiably legendary Lyle Lovett played his large band classic "That's Right (You're Not from Texas)" on Conan last night. We all need a little swing in our lives and this is a great place to start.


Mike Sempert - “Oceans of Rock and Roll” (stream) (Premiere)

The frontman for San Francisco's Birds & Batteries, Mike Sempert, has picked up and moved to Los Angeles with his new wife and a burgeoning solo career.


Dead Flowers - “Make It Bright” (stream)

London's Dead Flowers came to be in the winter of 2011, underneath Coney Island's Wonderwheel, an ancient big wheel which still spins to this day.


Tunde Olaniran - “The Highway” (video)

“I hope it’s worth the rent you pay / Too low to take the highway”, Tunde Olaniran sings in the hook-heavy chorus of “The Highway”, off the avant-garde performer’s new Yung Archetype EP.


Thursday, April 3 2014

Kari Rueslåtten: “Rainy Days Ahead” (Premiere)

PopMatters is proud to debut the new music video by Norwegian singer/songwriter Kari Rueslåtten, the invitingly warm "Rainy Days Ahead".


King of Prussia - “Your Condition” (video) (Premiere)

The video for "Your Condition" offers up a bittersweet sampling of King of Prussia's winsome indie-pop.


Thus Owls - ‘Turning Rocks’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Thus Owls' Turning Rocks is a study in contrasts, bringing together organic and high-concept elements intricately.


A Lethal Life of Lies Is Laid Bare in ‘Blood Will Out’

This is surely one of most honest, compelling and strangest books about the relationship between a writer and his subject ever penned by an American scribe.


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