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Louder Than A Bomb (2010) Documentary Film Review

This review is written just in time for National Poetry Month, which is April of every year. To throw a bit of personal experience into this review, I have to say first and foremost that poetry has been of vital importance in my life, serving as a non-judgmental outlet when I had nowhere else to...Read...
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De Oro, Indeed! A Video With LNY.

Just wanted to share this small documentary by LNY, which takes video of everyday life in Cuenca, Ecuador, and what it looks like interspersed with images of LNY’s work. It shows, in a quite literal fashion, the figures and events which helped inspire his not-as-literal street art pieces. New color in an already colorful landscape.
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Colombia Mixtape (#9) Stream & Download

Colombia's true sonic treasures from within, cultivated and enriched by an artistic population that is bridging the long-standing cultural divide between the nation’s European/indigenous Andean interior and its massive Afro-Colombian population along the Pacific and Caribbean coasts.
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The Acorn – No Ghost Album Cover Review

For The Acorn’s latest album, No Ghost, band member Howard Tsui was enlisted to create the album artwork. The chosen cover piece, entitled Spectral Residue, is thematically appropriate, and showcases Tsui’s knack to draw influence from the supernatural. To quote Tsui’s artist statement about the series: “Abstract shapes and gestural brushstrokes are applied to rice...Read...
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Catching A Coveted Calendar!

2011 is coming! To keep track of our ever-dwindling days, why don’t we invest in some calendars? I’ve got some top-notch calendar picks for you here… if you can call all of them calendars. Are some of these more poster-like than calendar-like? Probably. Buuuuuut, your grandmother’s stereotypical calendar just isn’t that cool these days, so...Read...
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