The Buying of the Light: An Eerie Debut on Consumption and Corporeality

The Buying of the Light: An Eerie Debut on Consumption and Corporeality

By Joe Blessing

Kleeman's You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine is a powerfully feminine and disturbingly organic contribution to the literature of consumerism. 31 May 2016 // 9:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

23 May 2006 // 12:00 AM

Hot Chip: The Warning

London's addictive, laid-back electro-soul outfit Hot Chip offers up a stew of metallic indie disco, soul-fed and calibrated with a keen sense of the ridiculous. It's all rather excellent.

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23 May 2006 // 12:00 AM

Paul Simon: Surprise

A bright and rewarding work that will be lauded as His Best Album Since Fill In The Blank Here, Surprise is a low-key, sneaky little gem.

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Hudson Bell: When the Sun is the Moon

1990s guitar-rock made a decade later, managing to be compelling if not wholly original.

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Pretty Girls Make Graves: Élan Vital

With stretch marks out in full display, Pretty Girls Make Graves hit puberty and deliver Élan Vital, an album shaped by the band's growing pains.

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Charnett Moffett: Internet

The wonder-bassist delivers a more straightforward jazz programme than on For the Love of Peace: righteous in a different, equally commendable way.

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Soul Position: Things Go Better with RJ and Al

Somebody has to take responsibility for this, and there are only two of you.

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Wings: The Complete First and Second Seasons

It appears from these first episodes that Wings' purpose is defined: it's The Odd Couple with planes.

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22 May 2006 // 4:00 PM

Deadwood - The Complete Second Season

For those who have taken the time to appreciate its oily charms, the subtle shifts in dynamics between the show's unreliable heroes and villains, and its unparalleled ensemble of character actors, Deadwood is one of the most arresting and original series in TV history.

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The Bugaloos: The Complete Series

While many consider Sid and Marty some drug-addled anarchists out to corrupt the youth of America, The Bugaloos is actually the closest their creations ever came to capturing the spectral and sonic situations of the '60s.

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22 May 2006 // 1:00 AM

The Possibility of an Island by Michel Houllebecq

Like Daniel, Houllebecq is a wounded animal lashing out in fear at the unfathomable mysteries of existence.

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//Mixed media
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Moving Pixels Podcast: Our Own Points of View on 'Hardcore Henry'

// Moving Pixels

"Hardcore Henry gives us a chance to consider not how well a video game translates to film, but how well a video game point of view translates to film.

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