More specifically, the film investigates the unsustainability for a business so dependent on a specific fish, the bluefin tuna.
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My wife, just now: “Are you listening to monk music up there?” Close enough! Among the vampire-pop auteurs who first gave 4AD Records its signature sound, Dead Can Dance were the ones whose music sounded the most ancient and ritualistic, and that was certainly by design. The Australian duo pulled from different ancestral-music traditions from [...]
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood’s score for The Master, the upcoming film from Paul Thomas Anderson, will be released September 11 through Nonesuch Records. In addition to 11 new pieces from Greenwood (six performed by the London Contemporary Orche…
It’s summer. Are you on vacation? You’re reading CDM, so my guess is, either, a) yes, and you’ve snuck your iPad into the resort hotel bathroom, or b) no. No, you’re not. Let’s go on vacation, the kind of vacation that only Ceephax Acid Crew, aka Andy Jenkinson, can piece together from tourist videos and … Continue →
Open Mike Eagle and Has Lo remember seeing you purchase your Juggaknots 12″ at the Fat Beats in 1997. You gave Percee P daps and told Babu that your flow was the illest. They remember you rocking Lugz, a Jansport, and a Rawkus Records t-shirt. You used to worship Talib Kweli and now he’s doing… Continue reading »