'Amy': She Was All About the Music

'Amy': She Was All About the Music

By Cynthia Fuchs

As sad as Winehouse's story may be, Amy is gorgeous and provocative, too. 2 Jul 2015 // 9:00 AM

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	The Bruces: The Shining Path

We’ll get to The Shining Path, the latest from lo-fi folk/pop project the Bruces, but first I need to float a theory about

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	Bohren & Der Club of Gore: Black Earth

A group of friends in Germany, all former members of such grisly-named hardcore acts as Chronical Diarrhoea and Macabre Farmhouse, meet up, looking to take

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	The Argument: Recess Serenade

It’s not very often one comes across a highly melodic power pop record chock full of solid radio-ready material that’s this solid from

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

Exit 13 is a promising group of talented, creative, and imaginative writers and artists, who, with a little more experience, should grow into prominent voices within the industry.

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

It's a digital comic book with a strong female protagonist.

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

Quantum still has its rough edges, but it's a book with heart, which is better than I can say for most books with 50 times it's distribution.

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John Vanderslice Pedro the Lion With Pedro the Lion and John Vandeslice coming in to support their new albums, I wasn’t sure what to

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

The last time I was in Europe, I dreaded going to parties. At some point in the night, my American accent inevitably would be sniffed

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

The Stills MetricPhoto credit: Ivan Oyarzun Still Waters Don’t Always Run Deep Opening bands sometimes have the unenviable task of plying their trade and

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23 Jun 2004 // 1:00 AM

So, Acid Mothers Temple have a new record out, and are touring to support it. This may not sound like a big deal, but, for

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