Month: November 2023

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Watch George Miller’s Trailer For The New Mad Max Prequel: FURIOSA

In the scorching landscape of cinematic anticipation, George Miller, the maestro behind the apocalyptic masterpiece "Mad Max: Fury Road," has once again ignited the engines of excitement. Miller recently unveiled the trailer for his upcoming prequel, "Furiosa," and it's a thunderous revelation that echoes the adrenaline-fueled chaos of its predecessor. Anya Taylor-Joy steps into the iconic role of Furiosa, a character immortalized by Charlize Theron, and from the glimpses offered […]

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Film Review


By - Gareth Jones For fans of Scandinavian cinema (Bergman, Dryer), epic battles between man and nature, films in 4:3 ratio Godland is a magnificent example of epic cinema.  It utilizes all the artistic tools of the art form to create a distinctive Icelandic tale, while also continuing the neverending tale of humanity in its battle with itself and nature. This is the third film from Icelandic director, Hlynur Pálmason, […]

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Music Review

Pavement – Slanted And Enchanted (rewind)

By - Kristi Houk In which I revisit Pavement’s debut album, Slanted and Enchanted, originally released in April, 1992. I’ve dismissed Pavement since I first heard them in the early 90’s. Not without trying, mind you. I bought Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain when it came out in 1994 solely for the track, “Range Life.” I listened to the record—mainly that one track if I’m being honest—a handful of times and […]

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Shane MacGowan, Iconic Frontman of The Pogues, Passes Away at 65: A Lyrical Legacy Silenced

Shane MacGowan, the enigmatic and gravel-voiced frontman of The Pogues, whose poetic lyricism and raucous performances defined an era of Irish punk and folk fusion, passed away on this day at the age of 65. His death, announced by his family, marks the end of a musical journey that spanned decades, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of rock and folk. Born on Christmas Day in 1957 in Kent, […]

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MGMT Drinking The Tasty 90’s Kool-Aid In New Video For ‘Bubblegum Dog’

In a dazzling homage to the golden era of '90s alternative rock, MGMT catapults us back in time with their latest sonic offering, "Bubblegum Dog." The accompanying video, a kaleidoscopic trip through nostalgia, channels the vibrant and eccentric aesthetic that defined an era of flannel shirts and grunge rebellion. From the distorted guitar riffs to the hypnotic melodies, MGMT effortlessly captures the essence of '90s alt-rock, infusing their signature psychedelic […]

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Unveiling the Rhythms of Resistance: Soccer Mommy, Tim Heidecker, Blondshell, and John Dwyer Rally for Abortion Access in the 2024 Concert Series

In a harmonious convergence of activism and artistry, a star-studded lineup including Soccer Mommy, Tim Heidecker, Blondshell, and John Dwyer is set to headline the groundbreaking 2024 Abortion Access Series. Beyond the pulsating beats and electrifying performances, this musical collective aims to spotlight the critical issue of reproductive health and the dire consequences when women are denied access to abortion. The stage is set for a series of concerts that […]

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Militarie Gun Sets the Stage Ablaze with Pool Kids and Spiritual Cramp on Upcoming Tour

In a harmonious collision of punk prowess, Militarie Gun has electrified the scene by announcing a string of tour dates alongside the dynamic Pool Kids and the enigmatic Spiritual Cramp. The trio promises a sonic storm that will leave venues pulsating with the raw energy of their unapologetic sound. Militarie Gun, hailing from Louisville, Kentucky, has been making waves with their incendiary blend of punk and post-hardcore. As they hit […]

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