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July 20, 2021

Watch: Philip Samartzis & Eugene Ughetti’s Polar Force

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Ladies and Gentleman…The Jean Genie. Directed by yours truly. xM

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Michael Bonner Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band to release new film, The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band have announced details of a new film, The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts.

Edited from the original 16mm film by longtime Springsteen collaborator Thom Zimny, the film is composite of two performances shot during two nights at the 1979 MUSE benefit concerts, popularly known as the ‘No Nukes’ concerts, on September 21 and 22, 1979 at New York’s Madison Square Garden.

The film will be released later this year by Sony Music’s Premium Content Division.

A film and soundtrack album from the concert have been previously released. Springsteen and the E Street Band performed “Stay” (featuring Browne and Rosemary Butler) and “Detroit Medley” on the triple live album and “The River” (making its live debut at these shows), “Thunder Road” and “Quarter To Three” in the concert film.

Springsteen also released both complete sets from the benefit concert as part of his online archival series in 2018.

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Cat Zhang Magdalena Bay Are More Online Than You

Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin are at the center of their own internet multiverse made up of surreal TikToks, Y2K-style websites, and sticky-sweet synth-pop songs.

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CAS Roy Ayers ‘Everybody Loves the Sunshine’

It was while recording at Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Lady Studios in New York City on a beautifully hot and sunny day that Roy Ayers would stumble upon the song that arguably defines his career. As the phrase “everybody loves the sunshine” lodged itself in his mind he began to explore and construct vibrant imagery, picturing “bees and things and flowers” as they floated across his mind. As the lyrics spontaneously and joyfully came into focus the musician knew exactly how he wanted the song to sound, envisaging a kaleidoscopic mix of piano, vibraphone, and synthesiser that would evoke the psychedelic pleasures of peak summertime. The result was a song that remains one of the archetypal summer anthems.

Everybody Loves The Sunshine deserves its spot at the very top of his achievements and is a testament to his easy-going innovations. Four decades later we can still feel its heat.

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Henry Bruce-Jones Ryoji Ikeda Presents: A [continuum]

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