Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt) understands his fate in a way that the other smart guys don’t quite, an understanding that makes him seem somehow smarter.
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The Echo Friendly’s “Supplies For Arson” begins with some spoken word about the song title and “the Pencil Factory,” which probably isn’t about setting a Dixon Ticonderoga plant ablaze so much as it is a reference to this bar in Greenpoint and this boy/girl group’s tendency to go from flames to ex-flames: The Echo Friendly [...]
Imagine winning the toughest away game of the season, just because the other team didn’t have enough players. Maybe writer Grant Morrison could be a little more demanding of his protagonist, and his audience…
The Rolling Stones are in London playing a string of shows in celebration of the band’s 50th anniversary, and last night the band brought out Florence Welch to wail on “Gimme Shelter.” She obliged. Watch it below.
Son Raw is dreader than dread. Of all of Keysound Records’ qualities, and there are many, perhaps the most notable is the label’s hunger for progression. While artists and labels on both sides of Dubstep’s noise/dance divide have responded to larger audiences by smoothing out their rough edges and generally becoming more accessible, the house… Continue reading »