'Hokusai x Manga' Explores the Roots of Manga

'Hokusai x Manga' Explores the Roots of Manga

By Sarah Boslaugh

'Hokusai x Manga' traces the influence of popular Japanese visual art, from the 17th century forward, on contemporary manga. 27 Mar 2017 // 8:29 AM

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German producer tries to give up tha funk, ends up with only occasionally funky electronica.

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Various Artists: Exit Music: Songs for Radio Heads

Covers are a tricky beast. When, say, Jose Gonzalez covers the Knife, I'm fine with it. But the moment someone pulls an acoustic guitar to Radiohead, I feel a pain in my chest.

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Andre Ceccarelli: Avenue des Diables Bleus

Three masters and a perfect combination.

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America loves conspiracies. Whether it is about who killed our leaders, the nasty truth about our natural disasters, or who ends up winning American Idol, we always try to construct the story behind the story.

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All the schtick in the world can't buy you substance.

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Richard Butler: Richard Butler

This is a lovely album and a very welcome return from the former lead singer of The Psychedelic Furs.

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13ghosts: Cicada

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Days of Heaven (1978)

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Various Artists: Dada, Pansaers et Correspondance; Volume 1 (1917-1926)

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'The Chamber' Keeps the Drama and Suspense Going

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"The Chamber is the filmic equivalent of a fairground ride, the stimulation of emotion over ideas.

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