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Live Review: Manu Chao, Wednesday, Oct 13 at the Crystal Ballroom


For the better part of two decade, Manu Chao has dominated the Euro tour scene. But outside a worldly niche, he hasn't stormed U.S. stages with half the explosive success. Well, apparently, America is ready for Manu Chao, because half the country seemed to converge on the Crystal Ballroom last...   More
 
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 by

Red

Don’t worry: They’ve done this before.


Movie Reviews & Stories
Twice this year—and endlessly throughout action-flick history—we’ve met super-soldiers, betrayed by their governments, blowing shit up to clear their names. First it was The Losers, ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 13, 2010

CD Reviews: Jealous Butcher Records, Climber


From the Land of Ice and Snow: The Songs of Led Zeppelin
(Jealous Butcher)

[ZEPPESQUE] Playing with lightning is dangerous. So when you fuck with the Gods of Thunder, you risk getting struck. Led Zeppelin tributes are always difficult, but the folks at Jealous Butcher Records have nonetheless birthed From the Land of Ice and Snow: The Songs of Led Zeppelin, a collec...   More
 
Wednesday, October 6, 2010 by

Old Light, Saturday, Oct. 2


Garth Steel Klippert’s music sounds better outside a taxicab.

[CARPENTRY ROCK] When singer-songwriter Garth Steel Klippert moved to Portland from San Francisco five years ago, he kept the music he was working on—including a cassette tape, Music for Taxicabs, that he recorded and played for his customers when he worked the night shift as a cabbie—close to his...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 by

Let Me In

Tween vampirism, minus subtitles and subtlety.


Movie Reviews & Stories
Fanboys cried sacrilege when American director Matt Reeves announced a remake of Tomas Alfredson’s poetic vampire meditation, Let the Right One In. But Reeves proved an innovative terror craftsm ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Old Light, Saturday, Oct. 2

Garth Steel Klippert’s music sounds better outside a taxicab.


Music Stories
[CARPENTRY ROCK] When singer-songwriter Garth Steel Klippert moved to Portland from San Francisco five years ago, he kept the music he was working on—including a cassette tape, Music for Taxicab ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Monster Master

Director and writer Guillermo del Toro gets bloody at the Bagdad


Headout
WW photo illustration, PHOTO: Karoline WebbFrom The Devil’s Backbone and the Oscar-winning Pan’s Labyrinth to the comic-book mayhem of Hellboy and Blade II, Mexican director Guillermo del ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Catfish

Caught in the Net.


Movie Reviews & Stories
Ever since the World Wide Web became a tool of everyday life, people have used it to deceive. Some use it to take suckers for millions (though I still have faith that Nigeria’s Prince Abassi wil ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Das Tank

Lebanon tunnels inside the belly of the iron beast.


Movie Reviews & Stories
Following the critical and awards success of last year’s jarring The Hurt Locker, it is no surprise if subsequent war movies follow Kathryn Bigelow’s lead in creating portraits of speciali ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Machete

He will skullfuck you full of anchor babies.


Movie Reviews & Stories
Between Sin City, Planet Terror and the Mariachi trilogy, Robert Rodriguez hasn’t been too concerned with making statements—unless that statement is how cool it looks when a head goes &ldq ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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