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Apr 15 Be Here Now; New Album Releases Snapshot Reviews 4-15-14
Built On Glass – Chet Faker – Aussie trip hop mood guy and very very good as well. This album works as sonic sound ambient deep beats thing and works as song, song after song. I bet it sounds awesome with beats: it’s like the percussion reverberates in the back of your head while the songs settle in the front – ALBUM OF THE WEEK – B+
Posted 15 April 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Apr 15 Ed Sheeran ft Pharrell Williams “SING” Reviewed
I love when Sheeran raps, and though he doesn’t quite get there in this tune, but gets really close. I love it. It has a definite Justin Timberlake-vibe, dancey and upbeat but complex and funky.
Posted 15 April 2014 by Mary Magpie  Add comment
Apr 15 EELS ‘Mistakes of My Youth’ , Video Review
the typical boy smoking, drinking, spray painting, fighting and making out with a homeless girl. You know what every 12 year old boy does while on his bike in Idaho or wherever the hell this was filmed
Posted 15 April 2014 by Helen Bach  Add comment
Apr 15 Unlocking the Truth, Best Band Of Coachella 2014
It is hard to believe such darkness can come from 12 year-old kids (I read that they are in 7th grade!), but frontboy Malcolm Brickhouse was playing a mean guitar while being scarier than Ozzy even in his younger days
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Apr 15 Fourteen Fine Tunes from 2014
Rachael Price, the great granddaughter of Seventh Day Adventist leader George McCready Price, is a superb vocalist and this song has a ‘70s classic pop structure. This is a band that displays retro influences without smelling like a pet rock.
Posted 15 April 2014 by Steve Crawford  Add comment
Apr 15 Not With The Band: Is The End Of The Big Festivals Coming Soon?
Every year they have to top the previous year. A few years ago we had the Tupac hologram, and what could be next? More celebrities paid to pause for selfies with complete strangers? Looking at my Twitter feed, people really love those! In fact some people go to Coachella just for the celebrity sightings.
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Apr 15 Must See: Bucky Pizzarelli At The Cutting Room Early May 2014
When it comes to Living Legends, Bucky Pizzarelli is up there in Tony Bennett land, the master seven string guitarist, swinger par excellence jazz man, former (are you ready for this name?) Benny Goodman sideman, and all round good guy
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Apr 15 “Captain America The Winter Soldier” Reviewed
It is an OK ride, lotsa action, some real emotion, but Chris just isn’t the Captain, he is the bratty Human Torch and it is a major piece of miscasting at the heart of the movie.
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Apr 15 Some Quotes From Chrissie Hynde’s Mail On Sunday Interview
Me? I love the 62 year old superstar Chrissie. Did I ever tell you about the time I nearly met her at a party in 1979? Remind me to get round to it -though come to think of it there isn’t that much to the story
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Apr 15 10 Songs, Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
Main Theme From Trouble Man – Marvin Gaye – Blaxploitation, smaxploitation, the horn that haunts this theme to the movie of the same man, is a meeting of r&b and jazz of the first order and a game changer – A
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Apr 14 The Used, The Webster Hartford CT Friday April 11th, 2014
I wasn’t sure if the acoustics in the venue were bad or the sound guy messed up, but I found that I was struggling to hear him. What I could make out was good, smooth and clear vocals that were worth struggling to hear. The man’s downfall was he was a bit arrogant.
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Apr 14 Radio for a Wide Range: The Texas Music Hour of Power
The program is an eclectic mixture of Texas legends (Nelson, Bob Wills, Ray Price), one hit wonders, and rarities. Rock, blues, country, and Tejano music are all part of the mix, with the emphasis being on rocking fun
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Apr 14 Streaming Day 2 Of Coachella 2014
A great advantage of this Coachella-in-your-living-room is the ability to switch from one stage to another at the click of the mouse, the stream is not even buffering and only for this it’s worth it, as they have greatly improved the technology
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Apr 14 Alternative Press Offers You “The 10 Commandments of Show Going”
I see no need to tip the merch dude who takes 20 min to throw me a t-shirt while staring down the boobs of a 14 year old girl. I will tip a merch person who actually provides customer service, the rest can piss off.
Posted 14 April 2014 by Helen Bach  Add comment
Apr 14 Wilko Johnson And Roger Daltrey’s “Going Back Home” Reviewed
This is a steamroller of an album, half an hour of heads down no nonsense rhythm and scowl. Daltrey is amazing on a four song run to end the album and Wilko is a study in swift, clean guitar parts.
Posted 14 April 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment

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Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” Reviewed (More Or Less)

The problem with Quentin Tarantino's antebellum era  anti-slavery Spaghetti Western "Django Unchained" isn't that it isn't good, it is good, it is a blast of violence and energy that functions like an extended Tom And Jerry cartoon. The problem is "Django Unchained" is unimportant. It is like a bottle of soda pop, drink it and burp and it is over.

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A Deleted (And Funny) Scene From ‘This Is 40′ With Billie Joe Armstrong

The deleted scenes of a movie are sometimes, and incomprehensibly, the best ones! I haven’t seen Judd Apatow’s movie ‘This Is 40’, but this deleted scene with Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong is hilarious. Why it didn’t make the cut is a mystery to me as Armstrong shows he can actually makes fun of himself, when he reveals to Paul Rudd, who plays a record label executive, his new (and fantastic) side project combining Norwegian death metal and Belle and Sebastian, no less! Billie Joe describes it as a ‘sort of music you can cry to but also maybe burn a church down at the same time!!’

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“Zero Dark Thirty” Reviewed (More Or Less)

I've admired Jessica Chastaine since her emotionally delicate performance as the housewife in "The Tree Of Life" -but she looks small and fragile any way so it felt like typecasting. Apparently not, in Katherine Bigelow's espionage procedural about the decade long  hunt and assassination of the 9-11 mastermind Osama Bin Laden by the USA, Jessica's CIA Analyst Maya is a singleminded hard as nails bent on tracking down the man since she graduated from High School.

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