Month: December 2023

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s.i.c. picks


Gareth’s Picks   Blood Beat (1983) One of the weirdest Christmas movies ever released. Low budget horror film about a man possessed by an ancient samurai when he returns home for the holidays in Wisconsin.  It is bizarre in a good way.  If you are tired of the standards, this is a ridiculous alternative. Available to stream on TUBI and many others for free (don't pay for it!)        […]

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Song Of The Week

Taraneh – Face Of Fear

Taraneh means Song In Farsi NYC artist keeping the true spirit of the city "living weird". We love this Goth'd out rocker queen!  It's almost like she has been hidden in a secret room inside CBGB for the last 40 years!  Follow and find out more about Taraneh HERE 

todayDecember 8, 2023 174

Music Review

M(h)aol – Attachment Styles

By - Kristi Houk   Trigger Warning References to rape culture and sexual assault; You know, what women and those who identify as women have been dealing with since the dawn of time. Will this shit ever get better?  Prepared to be pissed off and ready to burn down the patriarchy after listening to M(h)aol’s (pronounced “male”) debut release, Attachment Styles.  It’s no surprise that the band is Irish, I […]

todayDecember 7, 2023 77

Film Review

The Skin Game

By - Gareth Jones For fans of Alfred Hitckcock, early sound films, Edmund Gwenn Released in 1930, The Skin Game was Alfred Hitchcock’s fourth feature film in the still new sound era of film.  For multiple reasons I had not watched this film yet. I watched the majority of his films as an undergraduate, and when I worked at the old Foothill Video store, I tried to watch all of […]

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2024 BIG EARS Festival Lineup Announced

Jon Batiste Kurt Vile Laurie Anderson Adrianne Lenker Will Oldham Roc Marciano Marc Ribot Christian McBride Herbie Hancock Rhiannon Giddens Fatoumata Diawara Julian Lage Billy Woods Beth Orton Unwound Kristin Hersh Laraaji Kassa Overall Carl Craig Dave Holland Shabaka Hutchings Aoife O'Donovan Sleepytime Gorilla Museum Edgar Meyer Sex Mob Slauson Malone 1 Fred Frith Jlin John Medeski Jake Blount fd Sam Amidon Third Coast Percussion Brandon Ross King Britt James […]

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Idles drop new Nigel Goodrich produced track – Grace: Listen Here

In a seismic collision of punk prowess and sonic innovation, IDLES have unleashed their latest anthem, "Grace," produced by the legendary Nigel Godrich. The Bristol-based quintet's visceral energy meets Godrich's sonic wizardry, resulting in a track that's a sonic assault on the senses. Simultaneously, TANGK, the rising force in alternative music, unveils their latest single, a genre-blurring masterpiece. Co-produced by the inimitable Kenny Beats and the band's own Mark Bowen, […]

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Epic War Chronicles Continue: ‘Band of Brothers’ and ‘The Pacific’ Sequel Series Set to Premiere on Apple TV+

In a highly anticipated television event, Apple TV+ is set to transport audiences back to the battlegrounds of World War II with the premiere of its follow-up series to the iconic "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific." Scheduled for release in January, these new installments promise to deliver an immersive experience that pays homage to the heroism and sacrifice of the Greatest Generation. With the original series garnering critical acclaim […]

todayDecember 7, 2023 61


Pussy Riot’s Audacious Tale Set to Grace the Screen: A Limited Series in the Works

In a groundbreaking move that melds the worlds of activism and entertainment, Pussy Riot's captivating story is set to hit the small screen. A scripted limited series, inspired by Nadya Tolokonnikova's eagerly anticipated memoir, is in development, promising an intimate portrayal of the punk rock protest group's tumultuous journey. Tolokonnikova, co-founder of Pussy Riot and a prominent figure in the global fight for free expression, is gearing up to share […]

todayDecember 7, 2023 54


Remembering a Television Pioneer: Norman Lear, Visionary Creator and Storyteller, Passes Away at 101

In a poignant farewell to one of television's true pioneers, Norman Lear, the iconic creator and visionary storyteller, bid adieu to the world at the remarkable age of 101. Lear, a luminary in the realm of entertainment, leaves behind a legacy that transcends generations and has forever altered the landscape of American television. Born on July 27, 1922, in New Haven, Connecticut, Lear's journey through the annals of entertainment began […]

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