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Tuesday 4 March 2014
Music

album review: voices, phantogram

Eloise Baker
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  Released late February, Phantogram’s Voices evokes a warning or premonition, with its soaring synths, determined vocals, sharp hip-hop beats and the frequent themes of death, stars, love and dreams. Similar to the Nine Inch Nails album The Fragile, it makes you feel as though you are moving even when you’re not. A complex and…
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Wednesday 20 November 2013
Books Memoir

lip lit: a story lately told

Raelke Grimmer
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Anjelica Huston was not a name I recognised before I started reading her memoir A Story Lately Told, although maybe I should have, given her fame and high profile career as a model and actress. To be fair, the highlights of her career took place before I was born, and more than anything I was…
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Monday 15 July 2013
Art Arts

q&a: feminist artist kelsey shwetz

Elisabeth Morgan
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  Kelsey Shwetz is a Canadian-born feminist painter currently living in Queens and working in Chelsea, NYC. Shwetz received a BA Honours in Psychology and Painting in 2009. Her work has been exhibited in Montreal, Toronto, New York, India, Paris, and Costa Rica. Shwetz has also been featured in The Journal of Gender and Sexuality,…
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Wednesday 27 February 2013
Music

album and live music review: local natives, hummingbird

lip magazine
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I’ve been a fan of L.A. indie darlings Local Natives for quite some time now. I remember listening to their debut album Gorilla Manor almost every day on the long train rides I had to take from my parents’ house in coastal New Jersey to Manhattan for my internship and then job the summer after…
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Sunday 9 October 2011
Music

interview: elizabeth!

Christine Campbell
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I first listened to elizabeth!‘s fresh mix of jazz and pop about three weeks ago thanks to our friends over at FeelingAnxious, and immediately, I was taken with her unique, catchy and refreshing sound — a jazz vocalist and a trombonist in a world of pop stars and rockers really makes her mark. elizabeth!‘s new…
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Sunday 28 August 2011
Music

accidental live music review: the morning after girls, public assembly, 24 august 2011

Christine Campbell
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Most of the time I am furious about several things out of my control in regards to living in New York City – sometimes the trains just don’t work, most of the time the weather is atrocious (like this weekend, there’s some hurricane set to destroy the world), and almost all the time I hate…
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Friday 15 July 2011
Featured Music

album review: lisa brigantino, wonder wheel

Christine Campbell
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Sometime within the past month, I received a really interesting package in my makeshift Brooklyn mailbox. Considering that I am used to getting bills, random cards from my parents and a weekly subscription to TV Guide even though I don’t have a TV (thanks Nana!), this package was certainly out of the ordinary. On the front…
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