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Bearing the Weight of Jane Brox's 'Silence'

Solitary confinement; monastic discipline; gender discrimination: In Silence, Jane Brox explores how our circumstances shape our ideals, showing how authority muffles her not so quiet subject.

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'Acoustic Territories': Sound and Sense Become Indistinguishable

Acoustic Territories argues that sound, far from being merely something that takes place in, occupies, or evokes space, is inherently spatial and determines our very sense of locatedness.

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Foo Fighters: Echoes, Silence, Patience, and Grace

On their sixth studio album, Grohl and Company sound like Bob Seger fronting for your garden variety modern hard rock group.

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Laibach: Volk

Volk shows that anthems are statements of defiance as much as of pride, expressions of the will of a country's people to die for the sake of a geographical and ideological boundary.

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