Riverside: Love, Fear and the Time Machine

Riverside: Love, Fear and the Time Machine

By Jordan Blum

Ten years on, Riverside remain as special as ever, and Love, Fear and the Time Machine is their truest work of art. 1 Sep 2015 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews
	John Frusciante: The Will to Death

2004 is shaping up to be a banner year for John Frusciante. In addition to Shadows Collide with People (released in February), Frusciante plans to issue

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10 Aug 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Julia Fordham: That’s Life

I’m always glad when albums come with printed lyrics if only because seeing the words gives an initial point of focus (“Ah, this is

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	Emperor X: Tectonic Membrane / Thin Strip on an Endless Platform

Whatever you do, don’t listen to this album on your car stereo. I made that mistake for my first listen and I thought it

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10 Aug 2004 // 11:00 PM

	A-Set: Adeline Moon

Albert Menduno has had some time off in order to contemplate life and basically give himself a well-deserved rest. Working with bands on the East

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Stand & Deliver: Political Activism, Leadership, and Hip-Hop Culture by Yvonne Bynoe

Bynoe reminds readers throughout the book 'all of this is about more than hip-hop. Hip-hop is simply the metaphor for our lives.'"

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Mischief Night - New & Selected Poems by Roddy Lumsden

His poems are costly, hard-worked monuments to his own internal struggle, jagged, often irregular chunks of language.

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10 Aug 2004 // 1:00 AM

Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris

Hints of a bigger purpose that sprout up in some of the newer pieces, perhaps the vague outline of a history he is recording, albeit filtered through a funhouse mirror.

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10 Aug 2004 // 1:00 AM

Cecil B. DeMille’s Hollywood by Robert S. Birchard

Birchard seems utterly, almost willfully, uninterested in DeMille as a man, as a flesh-and-blood human being complete with psyche, self, and soul.

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Condensed Knowledge by Will Pearson, Mangesh Hattikudur, and Elizabeth Hunt

Pearson and Maloney credit the success of both the magazine and the book to the original motto: that of successfully 'blurring the lines between education and entertainment'.

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	George Shearing: Like Fine Wine

The last George Shearing CD I acquired was cut-price and I suppose planned as a minor deception, with relatively modern photographs of Shearing and the

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Double Take: The African Queen (1951)

// Short Ends and Leader

"What a time they had, Charlie and Rosie. They'll never lack for stories to tell their grandchildren. And what a time we had at Double Take discussing the spiritual and romantic journey of the African Queen.

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