Friday April 18, 2014
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Talkers: In Conversation with Entire Cities

After the successful launch of their new album, Deep River, Entire Cities are on a high. The eight-song record features an eclectic mix of rock, country and folk that puts the six-plus piece band to good use. An ever-changing roster, which may or may not include banjo, flute, accordion, violin, singing-saw, keyboards, guitar, bass or drum, makes Entire Cities a band to get a complete perspective of with one show. Sitting on the floor of the band’s practice space, eating homemade muffins, I talked with three of the band members.

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Getting to Know: The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones have tirelessly been dubbed “the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band” since their U.S. tour of 1969.  And despite all the criticism, they are the oldest rock ‘n’ roll band to stay active for this long.  Only The Who have come close, and some may consider their occasional hiatuses and farewell tours as grounds for disqualification.  Since releasing their first album in 1964, The Stones have never seemed to consider stopping.

Volume One: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails by The Baseball Project just one of the many album reviews featured this month.

The Darjeeling Limited just one of the many film reviews featured this month.


Matt's been digging Ricky Gervais' Extras.

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