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Bollywood Box Office: March 27-29

With only one Hindi movie showing in the United States and Canada, there isn’t much to report in the way of box office figures for the weekend of… 289 more words


Today in Madonna History: March 30, 2014

On March 30 2014, Madonna posted this photo and statement on Instagram:

Laughing at all the haters out there who spend their energy trying to limit and label me with their prejudices and fears!

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Napoleon: More of the Same

Last in the Napoleon Saga, I had spent my Valentine’s Day making out and playing MASH.  Basically, a pre-teens dream Valentine’s Day.  After that we had spent a lot of time watched Netflix and drinking together. 665 more words


No More Tomorrow's. Indie Film Review. 

I gotta say, for an indie film it does look top notch 👌. Filmed (lucky) in the hills of LA, ‘No More Tomorrow’s’ is something the team should be proud of. 613 more words


A Dusted Review: Circuitous by Afrikan Sciences (December 23rd, 2014)

I might be wrong, but I’m struggling to think of a major jazz artist who has had as much of an influence on 21st century music as Sun Ra, at least outside the mainstream. 586 more words

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A Dusted Review: Return the Tides/ Ascension Suite & Holy Ghost by Rob Mazurek and Black Cube SP (December 18th, 2014)

New Jersey-born, Chicago- and Brazil-based cornetist and electronic musician Rob Mazurek recorded Return the Tides just two weeks after the tragic passing of his mother, and this sense of loss traverses the album from start to finish, making it one of the most affecting avant-garde jazz albums I have ever heard. 517 more words

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A Quietus Review: The Most Painful Time Happens Only Once Has It Arrived Already..? by Nazoranai (December 12th, 2014)

It feels weird writing this about a record that has Keiji Haino on it, but it sounds like all involved in making The Most Painful Time Happens Only Once Has It Arrived Already..? 703 more words

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