Shooting Back: Kamel Daoud's Reply to Albert Camus' 'The Stranger'

Shooting Back: Kamel Daoud's Reply to Albert Camus' 'The Stranger'

By Jon Morris

There is going to be a lot of hype about The Meursault Investigation, and you should believe every word of it. 29 May 2015 // 7:00 AM

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Damon & Naomi: The Sub Pop Years

An absorbing retrospective focused on the most formative years of Galaxie 500's former rhythm section.

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28 Sep 2009 // 9:00 PM

Barbara Vos: 10 Sept - Oct 31 2009- Kansas City, MO

Vos is back at her easel after a few years of hiatus. “When I use oils I am building, when I paint with acrylic I am free,” she says.

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Iain Archer: To the Pine Roots

Thirty-something Northern Irish man releases solid folk album. And if you're still reading after that pitch, you'd better read the review.

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Syran Mbenza & Ensemble Rumba Kongo: Immortal Franco: Africa’s Unrivalled Guitar Legend

A Franco tribute led by Syan Mbenza was always likely to be played with fidelity.

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Nisennenmondai: Destination Tokyo

All-girl Japanese trio successfully rehash dark no-wave intensity on their Stateside debut.

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28 Sep 2009 // 8:59 PM

Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers: Levitate

Exuberant and folksy, the always smart piano melodies of Bruce Hornsby pay tribute to the landscape of American dreams and music in one of the year’s most mature efforts.

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28 Sep 2009 // 8:59 PM

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Maybe home video will resurrect this film's flailing fortunes. Unlike many of the season's shoddy adventures, this one deserves a second chance.

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No Certainty Attached: Steve Kilbey and The Church by Robert Dean Lurie

A surprisingly candid, humanistic, and often heartfelt portrait of a man who seems to be talented and troubled in equal measures.

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28 Sep 2009 // 8:58 PM

Tangled Star: That Time EP

Australian country rockers make a strong case for the vitality of the EP.

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28 Sep 2009 // 8:57 PM

Elephant Stone: The Seven Seas

Unremarkable '60s-style pop with a bit of psychedelia, thanks to frequent inclusion of a sitar.

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Counterbalance: The Avalanches' 'Since I Left You'

// Sound Affects

"Get a drink, have a good time now. Welcome to paradise, and read all about the 305th most acclaimed album of all time. An Australian plunderphonics pioneer is this week’s Counterbalance.

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