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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

"We’ve had to embrace the chaos and go wherever the wind blows and to whatever will keep the fire burning and keep us making music," says Black Rebel Motorcycle Club singer-bassist Robert Been.

 
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Lake Street Dive photo by Danny Clinch
Lake Street Dive photo by Danny Clinch
Lake Street Dive photo by Danny Clinch

Side Pony, the title of Lake Street Dive’s latest album, serves as a metaphor for the band’s eclectic approach. The group incorporates R&B, pop, ’60s-era rock, and soul into “a unique, dance-party-ready mix.” Nashville-base...

 
 
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Joan Shelley
Joan Shelley
Joan Shelley
 

Joan Shelley is Swift and Strong

 
September 21, 2016
 



"We tried to not get burdened and bogged down by whether it was right or wrong," says singer-songwriter Joan Shelley about recording her most recent album in just a couple of days. "It’s very homemade."

 
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Frightened Rabbit photo by Dan Massie
Frightened Rabbit photo by Dan Massie
Frightened Rabbit photo by Dan Massie

"We would run the course between thought and instinct," singer-guitarist Scott Hutchison says of Frightened Rabbit's recording of their most recent album, PAINTING OF A PANIC ATTACK.

 
 
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Astronautilus, photo by Cameron Wittig
Astronautilus, photo by Cameron Wittig
Astronautilus, photo by Cameron Wittig

"This is a wonderful and exciting time to be involved with rap music," says Astronautilus.

 
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Author: The JT Leroy Story
Author: The JT Leroy Story
Author: The JT Leroy Story

"I just thought it was the wildest story about a story that I ever heard," filmmaker Jeff Feuerzeig says about the JT Leroy "hoax" debate at the center of his latest documentary. "That’s why I chose to tell it."

 
 
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Complete Unknown
Complete Unknown
Complete Unknown

"Filmmaking affords me the ability to go into different worlds," says writer-director Joshua Marston. In his latest film, Complete Unknown, Rachel Weisz plays a social chameleon who regularly immerses herself in different worlds.