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Monday, November 18th, 2019  

Nov 15, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

As 2019 enters its final weeks, one of the most heart warming stories in the music world centres around the rapid rise of Working Men's Club. Hailing from the Calderdale borough of West Yorkshire that boasts the cultural havens of Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and Halifax amongst its towns and villages. If the first twelve months of their existence were about honing their crafts and finding a sound. This year has been nothing of a meteoric rise, and deservedly so.  More

Nov 15, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

The first Lost Wisdom came out of a brief but fortunate convergence of time and place, the god of indie rock schedules handing Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum a chance to record some songs with Julie Doiron of his '90s heroes, Eric's Trip. More

Feast of the Seven Fishes

Studio: Shout! Studios
Directed by Robert Tinnell

Nov 14, 2019 Cinema Web Exclusive

Feast of the Seven Fishes is a holiday comedy that takes its time finding a comfortable rhythm, but ultimately wins over viewers with its understated, Midwestern charm. More

The Far Country

Studio: Arrow Academy

Nov 14, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

The fourth of five Westerns made by director Anthony Mann and actor Jimmy Stewart for Universal International between 1950 and 1955, The Far Country could be more pedantically characterized as a Northern. More

Nov 14, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Whilst gathering material for their recently published memoir, High School, identical twins Tegan and Sara Quin stumbled upon a clutch of old cassettes containing their first recorded forays into songwriting.  More

Nov 13, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

Winter is wafting into Kristiansand, the first flecks of icy business whipping along Norway's south-west coast, but all is toasty here at the SKMU art museum. More


DRIFT Series 1

Caroline International

Nov 13, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Rick Smith and Karl Hyde are back with a dance party to soundtrack the upcoming end of decade—which has a whiff of End of Days doom so it's helpful they've released a box set of seven CDs—enough music to rave, rage, and reflect till the sun comes up again. Underworld's eighth album DRIFT Series 1 is a multi-sensory feast created guerilla-style: A culmination of a year's experiment in creative expression-through poetry, visual art, electronica, and film.  More

Nov 12, 2019 Live Web Exclusive

I was never one to follow a band around because growing up in New York, you didn't have to. Bands came to you, and this contributed to a very snobby attitude. More

Hercules in the Haunted World

Studio: Kino Lorber

Nov 12, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

Bava's sense of color, lovingly displayed in this restoration, is revelatory, even proto-psychedelic. More