Lee Gamble: Mnestic Pressure

Lee Gamble: Mnestic Pressure

By Paul Carr

Lee Gamble explores the pressures on our memories, marrying challenging, abstract beats with subtle ambience. 19 Oct 2017 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

11 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Lost: Season Three Premiere

Squabbles over book clubs, burned muffins, and broken plumbing are not what one would expect from the marauding band of brutes who have captured and brutalized some of the island's most cuddly inhabitants.

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The Decemberists: The Crane Wife

The Crane Wife is a record of steely voices and beautiful sounds and striking images, of poetry in more senses than one.

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11 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Nine: Series Premiere

It is less an indictment of American social breakdowns than pabulum for suburban narcissists.

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11 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Color of the Sea by John Hamamura

Hamamura's background bestows him with tremendous understanding of both Japanese and American psyches.

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Sparklehorse: Dreamt for Light Years in the Belly of a Mountain

Sparklehorse's first album in five years finds a vein of beauty in gloomy experimental folk

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Amos Lee: Supply and Demand

Supply and Demand is a well-paced effort that improves on the elements that made Lee’s debut a noteworthy release among (primarily) the Starbucks set.

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11 Oct 2006 // 12:00 AM

Talent #1

Reading the first issue is like skimming through a hit parade of some of sci-fi and pop culture's greatest hits from the past 15 years.

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10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America (2006)

The resulting crazy quilt of content adds an extra layer to the overall argument about the power of a single incident to inexplicably change the course of events.

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Robert Callender: Le Museé de LImpressionnisme

Anyone up for a super-obscure Euro-funk concept album about French painting?

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Brazilian Girls: Talk To La Bomb

A mature and assured sophomore effort proves Brazilian Girls are not just another dance floor act.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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