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At Richard's on Richards on Monday, October 15The Fiery Furnaces can be accused of being many things: maddeningly self-indulgent, mind-boggingly wordy, and frustratingly...
Shotter's Nation (EMI)Convincing Kate Moss to jump on his no doubt semi-flaccid rod is about the only smart thing Pete Doherty has done since becoming famous. Had he not spent...
A week ago, Chuck D was likely tipping his baseball cap to the crackers in Radiohead, admiring their decision to digitally self-release their latest album, In Rainbows. Beyond a...
Meg and Dia Frampton sound a lot older than they are on Something Real, the sophomore disc from the band that carries their names. Based on their serrated indie rockers like "...
Rated G. Now playing at the CN IMAX Theatre.As nature films go, Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure has a major advantage over most of the wildlife-fixated fare that ends up on-...
With Good Bad Not Evil, the Black Lips seem driven to alienate just about everyone. In the name of good sportsmanship, it's only fair to reveal that the Black Lips occasionally...
If there’s a heaven for renovators, the pair behind this eastside jewel are going, thanks to their dedication to reclaiming original lumber, siding, and fittings. Because it's...
Under the Blacklight (Warner) The most plausible explanation for Under the Blacklight is that Jenny Lewis figured she was just cute enough to get away with selling Rilo Kiley's...
If the United States of America had a couple million more Becky Starks, the world would be a far more peaceful place. To spend 40 minutes on the phone with the Los Angeles based...
Ask Julie Potash if she's happy with where Northern State is today, and she'll reply that she's far more stoked about where the group is going. To fully understand that, it helps...

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