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Listen to Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd’s Soundtrack For ‘White Bird In A Blizzard’

If you’re settling in for a Gregg Araki film, you know you’ll be treated to an amazing soundtrack. And with his new deliciously dreamy suburban teen mystery White Bird in a Blizzard—starring Shailene Woodley and Eva Green—he employs the story’s early 1990’s setting to fill out the film with amazing music. of the time. So amidst the [...]

September 17, 2014 0
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Two Wonderful Opening Nights

I love bingo. It’s my addiction. I even have BINGO tattooed on my right shoulder. It’s like that. Well, bingo with Linda Simpson will have its grand opening tonight at that brand new boîte that everyone is chatting about, The Lodge Club (35 West 8th Street). I’m going and dragging along some friends. It starts at [...]

September 17, 2014 0
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Josh Charles on Transforming for ‘Bird People,’ Going ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ + Loving Danny McBride

Director Wim Winders once said that “hotel rooms have a real magic to them because you feel yourself, who you are, in a different way than you would ever be able to at home.” And for the characters in French filmmaker Pascale Ferran’s latest feature, Bird People, that’s exactly where their escape from everyday life [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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Premiere: Hear Tremor Low’s New Song ‘Solemn People’

No one likes a thief, so it’s a good thing Tremor Low know how to ask politely. The Oakland, CA trio copped the foundations to their new song “Solemn People” from a neighboring band, and the result is electro-pop triumph. “All of the bands in our rehearsal complex are doom and death metal bands,” the [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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See Jason Schwartzman in the Trailer for Alex Ross Perry’s ‘Listen Up Philip’

Alex Ross Perry’s caustically charming new film Listen Up Philip won over audiences back in January at the Sundance Film Festival, and will soon have it’s New York premiere at NYFF before heading to theaters come October 17th. As the follow-up to 2011’s The Color Wheel, Perry’s latest features an impressive and well-acted cast of [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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Hi-Five: Kid Ink Feat. Usher and Tinashe + More

Rome Fortunte – FriendsMaybe (Feat. ILOVEMAKONNEN) This track is full of crafty and lighthearted rhymes with vocals bouncing up and down between different octaves. I wouldn’t call the vocal tonation anything to gawk over, but it all works in a sort of Biz Markie “Just A Friend” way. Crooked Colours – Capricious I’ve featured Perth’s [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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Marc By Marc Jacobs Handbags Exclusively for Bloomingdale’s In Time for School

Photos via Bloomingdale’s  For fall this season, Bloomingdale’s are giving New Yorkers a bit of a treat. Well, a lot of a treat, actually. They have a bunch of exclusive Marc by Marc Jacobs handbags in store. The collection features an assortment of boxy, fluoro bags with crossbody straps that are aptly named, ‘Top Schooly’. [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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Amy Winehouse Statue Unveiled in Camden

Yesterday, a life-size statue of late singer Amy Winehouse was unveiled in Camden, London. Erected in her neighborhood, on what would have been her 31st birthday, the bronze statue commemorates the brilliant performer who died of alcohol poisoning tragically at the age of 27. As a remembrance to Winehouse’s signature look, the monument features her signature [...]

September 16, 2014 0
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Get a Closer Look at Wim Wenders’ ‘Salt of the Earth’ With a New Trailer

For director Wim Wenders, whether it’s his existential poem of mortality Wings of Desire or his inventive documentaries such Pina—there’s a central theme that runs beneath them all, a melancholy sense of yearning for that which has no name. And as we anxiously await Every Thing Will Be Fine, his upcoming narrative feature starring James [...]

September 15, 2014 0
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The Best Movies to Watch Without Leaving Bed: Love Stories

Every Monday morning, I find myself whispering the old Beckett adage “I can’t go on, I’ll go on,” to myself as I settle down into work. No matter how thrilling the day’s prospects may be, it’s that midweek slump that always seems to rear its ugly head in the worst way. But never fear, the [...]

September 15, 2014 0
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