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Music, All Shook Down Five Amazing Murals Honoring Departed Musicians

Five Amazing Murals Honoring Departed Musicians

The Los Angeles mural that has served as a site for Elliot Smith fans to pay tribute to the much beloved singer-songwriter has just been given a revamp, by Punk Rock Marthas -- an art-minded group of charitable folk…
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Film, Feature "Wuthering Heights": Black Like Me

"Wuthering Heights": Black Like Me

British filmmaker Andrea Arnold's remarkable new adaptation of Wuthering Heights comes packing some redoubtable weapons, including the most atmospheric ultra-realism the story has ever seen, an awesome sense of the Yorkshire landscape, and no small payload of brooding poeticism. But…
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Calendar, Night&Day In the Pool

In the Pool

Terence Davies' new, offbeat film is a semi-abstract edit of found footage on a subject both personal and (we use this word with care) universal: Liverpool, home. "We love the place we hate, then hate the place we love. We…
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Music, Reviewed Clinic


Clinic's path back to form after a half-hearted detour with Winchester Cathedral finds the Liverpool art rockers leaning constructively toward late-'60s alchemy even more than they did on 2007's Visitations. Although the spastic riffs that curl around Do It!'s stompy…
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Music, Reviewed Clinic


Disenchanted Clinic fans may think Revisitation is a better title for the Liverpool band's fourth album. Accusations of sonic repetition increased following 2004's Winchester Cathedral, and they'll surely continue apace with Visitations' release. While there's truth to these claims, Clinic's…
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