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Alice Cohen – Backwards Music Video (w/ Musician & Director Micki Pellerano Interview)

"[Director] Micki [Pellerano] focused on the lyric: "The planets open wide", and we had the elevator going to different planets, rather than floors -- each planet representing a different element of my psyche. It feels like this inner journey, activated by exploring and "trying on" these different aspects of Self, the way you would "try...
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H. Film Review (Rania Attieh & Daniel Garcia, 2014)

All too often, apocalyptic films foretell the coming of the end in the form of big blowouts rather than a slow dismantling. In the overly-Hollywood 2012, buildings collapse and helicopters fall from the sky for no seemingly reason whatsoever. In War Of The Worlds and Independence Day, intergalactic monsters take over, causing environmental catastrophe and...
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Jack Name – Weird Moons Album Review (Castle Face)

Effortlessly eternal, Jack Name’s Weird Moons harnesses the same joyous commitment to polyglot musical experimentalism of the likes of Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall. Simultaneously evoking both the creaky wonder of lo-fi bedroom recordings and the organic richness of early 1970s “big board” recording studios, such as L.A.’s Sound City, it displays a masterful...Read...
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Film – Eclipse Album Review (Inner Ear Records)

The presence of a certain amount of retro sensibility on Film's Eclipse is indisputable, in fact embraced, but its initially high level of surface visibility only draws attention from the sum of their process for so long. The Vangelis synths and throwback science fiction effects (appropriately, there is a song here called "Star Wars") are...
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