• In Letter Form

    In Letter Form

    Fracture. Repair. Repeat. (Metropolis). Review by Carl F Gauze.

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    Thomas Dolby

    Blinded by science, indeed. Out of the blue, synth-pop pioneer Thomas Dolby is back — and sounding as if he never left. The cell phone technology mogul has taken a break from his day job, dazzling his long-lost fans with a brief spring tour.
    Steve Stav braved everything but inclement weather in order to file his report on Dolby’s one-man show, which proved to be one of the most unusual concert experiences of his life.

  • Jude Law

    Jude Law

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  • Bella Morte

    The Quiet (Metropolis). Review by Stein Haukland.

  • Juno Reactor

    Hotaka (Metropolis). Review by Dan Stapleton.

  • Metropolis

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  • Haujobb

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  • Juno Reactor

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  • Juno Reactor

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    I’m bored, so fucking bored. Sunday afternoons are brutal, between the heat a…

  • Cleaner

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