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PopMatters 4h
Wild rebellion and reckless combat are increasingly less valued than ethical wit and spiritual sustenance in Megan Volpert's entertaining and insightful BOSS BROAD ():
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PopMatters 5h
. takes on the ultimate weed killer in his graphic historical novel, CANNABIS: THE ILLEGALIZATION OF WEED IN AMERICA ( / ):
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Michael Curley 5h
My latest Films article. : the most unlikely blockbuster of all time. The success of this film set the stage for comic book films to adapt increasingly niche, geeky material, pointing the way forward for the genre
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PopMatters 5h
: Smart, sophisticated songs from the Schramms populate new their LP, Omnidirectional, the group's first album in a decade. Hear "New England" now.
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PopMatters 6h
: Rob Laufer's first album in almost a decade proves worth the wait. Smart pop sensibilities abound as evidenced by his latest song/video "Space and Time".
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PopMatters 6h
: Inspired by a memorable night with her grandfather, indie artist puts her spin on 's "Yellow" ahead of the September release of her covers EP, 'Sad Songs and Waltzes'.
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PopMatters 6h
with , whose latest album, Dépaysé, is the sound of a one-man revolution that has begun not with the shots of a gun, but with the purposeful strums of a guitar.
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PopMatters 7h
Vanishing Twin's () second album, , challenges borders physical, cultural, and beyond in a remarkable musical odyssey. Out now via .
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PopMatters 7h
PopMatters' comic book films critic and historian Michael Curley is back. This time, he's brought a raccoon. Enjoy OF THE GALAXY blew the door to comic book films wide open:
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PopMatters 7h
Willie Nelson's continues a hot streak of recent records that are every bit as good as anything he's recorded. And, yes, that includes Red-Headed Stranger and Stardust. Out Friday via .
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PopMatters 8h
Kevin Richard Martin's (The Bug) SIRENS is one of the most frightening works of domestic horror ever committed to record.
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Harvard University Press Jun 15
In this bold but carefully reasoned thesis, Milo undermines a selectionist dogma that has solidified in science & culture alike. Such an assault on what is seemingly settled finds surprising support from none other than Charles Darwin himself.
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PopMatters Jun 14
'How Much Longer Must I Wait?' is exactly as its titles claims, and its quality makes it even harder to understand how such a powerful talent like Lee Moses could have slipped from sight undetected / / /
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PopMatters Jun 14
music festival draws unconventional voices. We present interviews with three of the festival's most uncompromising voices: Debby Friday, Korea Town Acid, and Layia.
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PopMatters Jun 14
In : A Bob Dylan Story, cinematic genius and a Nobel Prize-winning musical icon pair for a magical and purposefully deceptive look at rock 'n' roll life in the mid-'70s.
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PopMatters Jun 14
producer Konx-om-Pax creates cinematic soundscapes, and he shares the artistic influences on his new album, , with us. Out today via .
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PopMatters Jun 14
The first full-length solo album from former keyboardist/vocalist is a giant leap forward thanks to an eclectic style and top-shelf songwriting. Out today.
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PopMatters Jun 14
The Spanish outpost of the legendary UK is back to confirm its place on the European map.
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PopMatters Jun 14
: On "Scrimshaw", maestro is joined by as he reflects on finding new surprises in himself and the ones that he loves.
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PopMatters Jun 14
On their third studio record, , Bastille continue their slide into mainstream blandness.
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