'I Dream of Wires', Like Its Subject, Is Large, Intimidating and Multi-faceted

'I Dream of Wires', Like Its Subject, Is Large, Intimidating and Multi-faceted

By John Garratt

Before the film's halfway point, you are not dreaming of wires, you are in the wires. 28 Aug 2015 // 2:10 AM

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2 Nov 2005 // 11:00 PM

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Showroom make catchy pop songs that are also insightful and charming. Finally, a frontman whose wit is as sharp as the crease in his trousers.

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Fraternal hard rock trio from St. Louis finally sees its ferocious, politically charged full-length debut released, one year after being lost amongst major label mergers.

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This just in: the Titanic sank and 2Pac died. Why can't modern hip-hop... ahem... get off his dick, stop robbing his grave, and let him rest in peace?"

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	Robert Glasper: Canvas

This second issue by a very highly talented young pianist seems to have been let down at the planning stage. He deserves better.

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2 Nov 2005 // 1:00 AM

Ris Paul Ric

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Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats

I realize this is all meant to be hilarious, but the cat is essentially terrorizing his friends and neighbors.

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