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Small cities poised to thrive
The future of America can be found not in its largest cities nor its deepest wilds, but in the small cities dotting its landscape, recovering from decades of neglect and economic ravaging.
Seeing the future
| April 27, 2012
Shaping noise into extreme metal with Sewer Goddess
Sewer Goddess are gritty, grimy, and unpleasant listening, but a growing legion of gluttons flock to the band's audial punishment.
The grimy underground
| August 26, 2011
EMA | Past Life Martyred Saints
This hasn't been a bad year for music, but there haven't been a lot of songs that hit in such a way that there's a physical need to hear them again — immediately. But Past Life Martyred Saints, the solo debut from former Gowns frontlady Erika M. Anderse
Souterrain Transmissions (2011)
| June 10, 2011
Jane Eyre redux
Jane Austen has been a movie and television icon for some time now, and yet the Jane that both big and small screens just can't get enough of is the "poor, obscure, plain, little" heroine of Charlotte Brontë's 1847 novel.
Cary Fukunaga and Mia Wasikowska hold forth
| March 18, 2011
Review: Maniac (1980)
Frank Zito's mom fucked him up. She fucked him up real good. Now he's a serial killer, and William Lustig's Maniac (re-released for its 30th anniversary by Grindhouse) takes a harrowing, stomach-churning journey into his psyche.
Psychopath takes out Mommy Issues on unsuspecting women in chilling 1980 re-release
| February 18, 2011
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