'Apollo in the Age of Aquarius': Bringing the Space Race Back Down to Earth

'Apollo in the Age of Aquarius': Bringing the Space Race Back Down to Earth

By Linda Levitt

Looking at NASA's interactions with the social movements of the '60s offers a new perspective on that landmark era in America. 28 Jun 2017 // 8:30 AM

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Cerebral Visual Poetics, a Kind of Edisonian High Art: ‘The Formative Years (1)’

Those who experience such films as Heinz Emigholz' work here will only see them via occasional art exhibitions, usually in hip urban districts, sometimes located in college towns.

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‘The League: The Complete First Season’ Proves Even the Crudest Behavior Can be Entertaining

The League's vulgarity seems designed more to shock than to deliver inventive comedy.

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Marcus Fjellström: Schattenspieler

Essentially, this is the soundtrack to some old farmhouse in some bleak countryside.

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27 Oct 2010 // 9:57 PM

Exile: AM / FM

AM/FMis the perfect soundtrack for driving on a city’s freeways late at night and getting lost in the ambience of the sounds.

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Various Artists: Talking About the Good Times Volume 1

Not everything was rainbows and daisy chains back in the day -- through the crackle and acetate hiss, things can get hard 'n' heavy on this treasure trove of psychedelic obscuria from the tail-end of the '60s.

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Mark Van Hoen: Where Is the Truth

Mark Van Hoen's Where Is the Truth is an organic, overcast experimental rock record dealing with the recent discovery of his heretofore concealed adoption.

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Bellflur Last Quarter of the 20th Century Blues/Asleep. Asleep.

Maryland art rockers Bellflur are flying just below the radar of greatness, and they are just getting better.

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‘Frontline: The Spill’: The Kid in the Front of the Class

Even when BP broke laws, it got away with just paying fines and then returning to work as usual.

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27 Oct 2010 // 2:55 AM

Caribou: 14 October 2010 - Austin, TX

Caribou mastermind Dan Snaith's onstage energy helped morph the set at La Zona Rosa into a joyous, memorable set of songs from one of electronic music's most eclectic and forward thinking artists.

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26 Oct 2010 // 10:00 PM

Avey Tare: Down There

Animal Collective’s co-leader, Dave Portner, steps into the solo spotlight with a song cycle dealing with death, illness and depression. Surprisingly, it’s often a warm, comforting album.

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Discusses 'Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2'

// Moving Pixels

"Our foray into the adventure-game-style version of the Borderlands continues.

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