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    Araceli Lemos

    Shortly after AFI Fest 2021 wrapped, Generoso spoke at length with director, Araceli Lemos about her award-winning and potent feature debut, Holy Emy. Lemos’s film uses elements of body horror in her story about the exoticization of two Filipina sisters living in Greece and how that exploitation creates a distance between them.

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    Southern Accents 55

    A woofin’ good time with cuts from Hank Williams, Muddy Waters, Delta Moon and more from KMRD 96.9, Madrid, New Mexico!

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    Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

    Absurdism with a healthy dose of air conditioning.

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    Mixtape 172 :: My Old Bassist

    Like pre-teens throwing every liquid into the kitchen blender and daring each other to drink the results, Woody and Jeremy fuse all manner of sounds legitimate and profane into some murky concoction that tastes surprisingly good.

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    Payal Kapadia

    Earlier this year, director Payal Kapadia was awarded the Oeil d’or (Golden Eye) for best documentary at the 74th Cannes Film Festival for her debut feature, A Night of Knowing Nothing. Lily and Generoso interviewed Kapadia about her poignant film, which employs a hybrid-fiction technique to provide a personal view of the student protests that engulfed Indian colleges and universities during the previous decade.

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  • Metallica: The $24.95 Book

    Metallica: The $24.95 Book

    From an underground band that pioneered the thrash metal sound, to arguably the biggest rock act in the new millennium, Metallica has had a long and tumultuous history. Ben Apatoff scours a myriad of sources to catalog this history in his new book.

  • Demons/Demons 2

    Demons/Demons 2

    Synapse Films reissues Lamberto Bava’s epic ’80s gore-filled movies Demons and Demons 2 in beautiful new editions.

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  • Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella
    Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Cinderella

    A classic children’s tale re-imagined by America’s greatest composers.

  • AFI Fest 2021
    AFI Fest 2021

    The 2021 edition of the American Film Institute’s Festival, was a total success. After mounting a small virtual festival in 2020, AFI Fest came roaring back this year with a slate of 115 films representing over fifty countries. Lily and Generoso rank their favorite features from this year’s festival which include new offerings from Céline Sciamma, Miguel Gomes, and Jacques Audiard.

  • Mixtape 171 :: Scarcity Is Manufactured
    Mixtape 171 :: Scarcity Is Manufactured

    For a quarter century, Deerhoof have been a benchmark for the contrasting dynamics of sweet and sour, spiked and pillowy, and all manner of sounds that should not get along but quite obviously do.

  • Foreigner
    Foreigner

    Is it really Foreigner with no original members?

  • Sweat
    Sweat

    A rust belt city erodes as the bosses bust the unions and move work to Mexico. Meanwhile, the locals fight over a rapidly shrinking pie.

  • Blackberry Smoke
    Blackberry Smoke

    Blackberry Smoke is touring to support their new album You Hear Georgia. Myron Elkins and the Dying Breed are making a name for themselves and getting audiences ready for their upcoming album this next year.

  • Christmas My Way: A Sinatra Holiday Bash
    Christmas My Way: A Sinatra Holiday Bash

    All of Frank Sinatra’s Christmas songs in one glorious evening. Yes, Sinatra had that much material.

  • Myles Kennedy
    Myles Kennedy

    Tyler Bryant and Graham Whitford open the show as a paired down version of Tyler Bryant & The Shake Down before opening for Myles Kennedy. Myles performs, mostly, songs from his solo albums including the new album The Ides of March.

  • In The Heights
    In The Heights

    Puerto Rican immigrants in New York struggle to survive and prosper.

  • Space Coast Music Festival
    Space Coast Music Festival

    A massive mission, the annual Space Coast Music Festival is set to launch from the Eau Gallie Arts District in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday, November 6th. Delivering an eclectic array of 80 bands on 6.5 stages, the FREE 12-hour event raises money to put musical instruments into the hands of area young people.

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