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Prinzhorn Dance School's Video for "I Want You" Makes Its Debut

Enjoy the video for “I Want You” below, and be on the lookout for Prinzhorn Dance School’s new EP of the same name, which just came out April 10th.

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Spotlight On: Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes are having their moment in the sun, one that looks to continue for a good long while, thankfully.

Film

"Shut Up and Play the Hits" Finds North American Distribution

Thanks to Oscilloscope Laboratories, the legacy of dance-punk band LCD Soundsystem will live on.

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A Place to Bury Strangers Debuts Single "You Are the One"

Brooklyn noise rockers A Place to Bury Strangers’ newest LP, titled Worship, out from indie record label Dead Oceans, will hit the scene June 26.

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Garbage Debuts "Blood for Poppies" Video from New Album

Enjoy this artfully directed and crafted video below, and be on the lookout for Not Your Kind of People, as well as for the band’s upcoming spring tour, which begins April 9th in Los Angeles.

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Theresa Andersson's New Single and Album Is a Tribute to New Orleans

Enjoy the video for “Hold on to Me” below, and keep an eye out for Street Parade, out April 24th from Basin Street Records

Television

"Blinged Out the Toilet with Play-Doh": A Video Chat with Sherri Shepherd

Emmy Award-winner Sherri Shepherd is known for her roles on 30 Rock, The View, and her forthcoming stint on Dancing with the Stars. Shepherd dishes on new 30 Rock plot details and which Oscar-winner she was mistaken for (frequently) on the red carpet this year.

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Digital Leather - "Decoys" MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Comprising a one-man band, Shawn Foree uses drum machines, keyboards and vocals to create a sound that echoes '70s and '80s synthpunk.

Film

Check Out Elizabeth Olsen's Next Project "Silent House" Filmed in One Continuous Take

Elizabeth Olsen, 23, who appeared in several of her sister’s TV movies when she was young, made her big screen debut last year as the star of indie Sundance darling, Martha Marcy May Marlene.

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Anathema - "Untouchable part 1" MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

Check out Anathema's new single from Weather Systems, “Untouchable part 1”, making its premiere here on PopMatters.

Film

PBS Launches First Annual Film Festival, Hosted by Comic Duo the National Film Society

Ever wondered where other art house films go to premiere if not the big names like Cannes or Sundance or Toronto? Well, starting this year, PBS is hoping to be among those jumping off points.

Film

Kenneth Lonergan's Film 'Margaret' Finally Emerges After Six Years of Delays

Though a very long time in coming, the much-anticipated Margaret very recently made brief runs in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, greeting packed houses wherever it went.

Film

'Charles Bradley: Soul of America' Doc Set to Debut at SXSW

Charles Bradley: Soul of America, an intimate portrait of the singer that touches on his turbulent past and focuses on his astonishing rise to fame, will make its debut at this year’s upcoming SXSW Film Festival.

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One Model Nation - "Transmission" Video (PopMatters Premiere)

When not playing for the Dandy Warhols, Courtney Taylor-Taylor acts as the creator and writer of graphic novel One Model Nation.

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OSCARWATCH 2012: Documentary Features

Yet another category of the Oscars that rarely gets the attention it deserves? Best Documentary Feature.

Music

Sophia Grace Brownlee: Redefining "Pop Princess"?

While Rosie is a woman of few words, Sophia Grace’s personality is larger than life, with vocals to match, and both girls impress and entertain the audience with their American accent impressions and enthusiastic discussions about Princess costuming.

Music

Wildlife Control Plays with Time in Video for "Analog or Digital"

Wildlife Control is quite literally, a band of brothers. And not your average one at that.

Film

OSCARWATCH 2012: Foreign Language Films

While categories like Best Actress and Best Picture have gotten a lot of attention this year, smaller but equally important categories have been a little lost in the shuffle. Among these: Best Foreign Language Film.

Film

When Being Born Somewhere DOESN'T Automatically Make You a Citizen

18 IUS SOLI is an upcoming documentary that exposes the hardships of Italy's policy of “jus sanguinis”, meaning that one’s place of birth does not determine one’s citizenship, but rather this is determined by one’s lineage.

Music

Baron Von Luxxury Updates the '80s with "Terry Richardson" (PopMatters Premiere)

Though the vibe nostalgically recalls these bygone eras, the song still manages to feel very current, and practically demands that listeners make a trip to the dance floor.


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