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Our 35th volume features: Björk's retrospective at the NY MoMA; Tracey Snelling's detailed dioramas and installations of urban landscapes; painter Doze Green, who influenced a whole generation of artists; Masao Kinoshita, who mutates humans and animals to create bizarre sculptures which would make Dr. Moreau envious. We're thrilled to present this issue's special insert section featuring Renée French's bizarre yet endearing drawings. Then there's the amazing paintings of Jamie Brett Treadwell; Kazuhiro Tsuji's hyper-real sculptures; Pat Perry, who approaches his art like a journalist, incorporating his travels into his work. Our cover features Martin Wittfooth, who uses animals to craft paintings exposing human excess and environmental abuse. In this issue, we also revisit Naoto Hattori's awe-inducing paintings, and review the new Chet Zar documentary and a hauntingly beautiful book about death. All in one issue!

Bjork - Big Time Sensuality - Rare Night Version

Hard to find this video anywhere, especially YouTube. I managed to find a way to burn the video from the directors series DVD. If Stephane.

We're Baaaack With The POP! Stereo Top 25 (or less) Of 2014

After working on and building up POP. Stereo for six years straight, day in, day out, reviewing, listening, and getting bogged down with more music than I could handle it simply wasn't fun anymore. It had become less of a hobby and more of an unpaid job. And that's not really why I started this thing. It was originally an outlet for punters who came to my POP. DJ night to find all the new stuff I was playing every Thursday but by 2011 had become an mp3 blog with a spin off review blog and a beast that was uncontrollable. So, I stopped. Funny thing about stopping this is that I began to miss it. I didn't miss coming home from my real job every day and having to handle my hobby for three hours each night but I did miss the thrill, the rush, the addiction of being bombarded by tons... After nearly six years of this you kind of get used to hearing 20 new bands a day. So, after nearly 28 months, 56,000 unread emails (seriously), and a stack of music that reaches ceiling to floor it seemed like a good time to come back from my self-imposed hiatus. No longer will I be forced into self imposed exile on a Friday night because I have to write a post, write two record reviews, and sort 300 emails. I'll simply pass it on to my cohorts. I have about a zillion ideas running around my head including a complete redesign because lets face it. POP. Stereo looks like it was put together in 2006. It's on Blogger for God's sake. We'll probably end up merging the reviews into the MP3 end of things as well so we'll have a complete site as opposed to two micro-sites. Alot has changed since 2012 and I missed it all. I like that. We figured the best way to "relaunch" this thing was with our Top 25's for 2014. Yeah, ok we're three weeks into 2015, but you know, after two years away whats another week or two. The new cast and crew of POP. Stereo present our favorite records from last year. Starting of with yours truly. 25) Dope Body - Lifer. American indie rawk should always sound as if it's about to tear itself to shreds in a fit of depression, anger, chaos or a combination of all three. Lifer is the living embodiment of all of that in overdose quantities. It sounds like it was recorded on a Radio Shack tape recorder from 1985 on a broken c-30 cassette in a I-95 rest stop bathroom. My only question is whether or not the band survived the recording of this record. 23) Lia Ices - Ices. I didn't like this record at first. Source: The POP! Stereo

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  • The few women who were in the main rock Grammys categories? They won

    02/08/15 ,via HitFix

    Acts like the B-52s, Arcade Fire, Belly, PJ Harvey, Fiona Apple, Bjork, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Neko Case are shuffled into this category, but as history shows, they're not frequently rewarded. Best Rock Song was launched in 1992, and Alanis

  • George Zimmerman arrested for domestic violence again — will he finally lose ...

    01/12/15 ,via Salon

    George Zimmerman arrested for domestic violence <em>again</em> -- EnlargeFILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, file photo, George Zimmerman listens in court, in Sanford, Fla., during his hearing on charges including aggravated assault stemming from a 

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  • 1001: Movies You Must See Before You Die

    Hachette UK. 2011. ISBN: 9781844037186,1844037185. 960 pages.

    "I have, by the way, seen 943 of the 1001 movies, and am carefully rationing the remaining titles to prolong my life." - Roger Ebert "1001 ways to give cinema new scope." - The Herald Expert critics in each genre of film, from romance to horror and sci-fi, have once again painstakingly revised this list of essential must see-movies, cut and added films to bring the must-watch list bang up to date for 2013, from great classics like The Birth of a Nation and Gone With the Wind to recent Oscar winners like Life of Pi, Amour, Argo and the blockbusters that is Skyfall. Each entry tells you exactly why these films deserve inclusion in this definitive illustrated list, engaging readers in each film's concept development and production, including curious trivia facts about the movies, as well as the most famous pieces of memorabilia associated with them. Illustrated with hundreds of stunning film stills, portraits and poster art 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Dieoffers an incredible visual insight into the world of modern cinema. It puts together the most significant movies from all genres, from animation to Western, through action, comedy, documentary, musical, noir, romance, thriller, short and sci-fi. Movies from over 30 different countries have been included, offering a truly wide multi-cultural perspective, and the time span includes more than a century of extraordinary cinematography. Packed with vital statistics, and a few facts that might surprise you, this is a collector's must for the bookshelf as well as an entertaining read for all those who love the world of film. Whether your passion lies with The Blue Angel or Blue Velvet, from the films you shouldn't have missed the first time around, to the films you can see again and again, 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die is the definitive guide for all movie lovers. Contents includes... Introduction 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000

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  • Dennis E. Hanson

    02/10/15 ,via West Central Tribune

    Denny is survived by his children, Todd Hanson, Tracy (Jerry) Bjork and Teresa (Kyle) Elliott; five grandchildren, Bailey, Levi, Coral, Britta and Colton; sister, Dixie (Don) Perry and brother, DuWayne (Deb) Hanson. He was preceded in death by his parents ...

  • We won't see the like of Corrie's Deirdre Barlow again

    01/25/15 ,via Irish Independent

    What jolt it was to hear of the death of Anne Kirkbride, aka Coronation Street one-woman drama machine Deirdre Barlow. Not simply because, as viewers of the soap, we'd been only vaguely aware the actress was so severely unwell (she died of cancer at age 60 ...

  • Bjork to play New York classical halls for new album

    01/18/15 ,via The Straits Times

    NEW YORK (AFP) - Bjork plans a series of intimate concerts at New York classical halls as the experimental Icelandic singer releases her new album in March. Bjork on her website announced shows on March 7 and 14 at Carnegie Hall, one of the world's premier ...

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