Pitchfork – Major Lazer

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on July 21, 2010

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Major Lazer is a hybrid musical group comprised of DJ/producers “Diplo” and “Switch”, who work alongside a team of talented vocalists. Diplo is known by many as one of the world’s most original and inventive DJs. Switch and his underground record label Dubsided have become trendsetters in the world of dance music. When the two paired up in a Jamaican music studio to record Guns Don’t Kill People… Lazers Do the outcome was pure summertime madness. Major Lazer’s music can unofficially be categorized as Jamaican dancehall mashed with modern electro house. — more

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The White Ribbon


on July 13, 2010

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The fastest and easiest way to describe “The White Ribbon” is to call it a German version of “The Children of The Corn”. The long description goes like this: In 1913 a small German town is victimized by anonymous acts of violence. The town is owned by The Baron (Ulrich Tukur) who employs the majority of the town’s villagers. The town appears normal, but it’s surprising how drastically the characters unravel once the violence starts.

The first incident happens very quickly, the town doctor (Rainer Bock) is out riding his horse, and is thrown when the horse falls over a tripwire that someone has placed on the riding path. The doctor breaks his collar bone and is transported to another town for medical attention. This event triggers a reign of terror that will continue to grip this small town until the onset of World War I. — more

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When You’re Strange

on July 02, 2010

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“Each generation wants new symbols, new people, new names. They want to divorce themselves from their predecessors.”
-Jim Morrison

When You’re Strange is the latest documentary about The Doors. It will inform lifelong fans, as well as neophite stoners just tuning in to Jim’s jams. For the new inductee, the movie tells the story of the Doors’ rise and fall. Beginning with Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek meeting at UCLA film school and forming the band that would go on to be the voice of the 1960s youth movement. — more

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