TV Land: Broadway or bust

You’ll have to excuse my writing partner, Sir Lester Butterfill XXIX, for the time being. He’s been called away on business of a most secure and delicate nature. The only facts I could glean regarding it were the words “apocalypse” and “Bono’s sunglasses are missing.” It sounds pretty serious. But
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Erotic content disturbs in ‘Sleeping Beauty’

You won’t see a bewitched princess, rosy-cheeked and slumbering away in a castle to await her prince in Julia Leigh’s “Sleeping Beauty.” Instead, Leigh’s chilling arthouse film presents the heroine as Lucy (Emily Browning), a college student strapped for cash. Lucy works a variety of odd jobs, one of which
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The Internet: Purple Naked Ladies

As ambient hip-hop continues to rise out of uncharted wavelengths and into a popular genre of its own, The Internet serve as a prime example of this recent uprising. With their debut album, Purple Naked Ladies, the digital duo have tastefully combined hip-hop and soul in a soothing record —
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First Aid Kit: The Lion’s Roar

Out of the Scandinavian woodlands comes a true-blue American country album from Swedish sister singer-songwriters First Aid Kit. The young Johanna and Klara Soderberg hail from Stockholm, but recorded their sophomore effort, The Lion’s Roar, in Omaha, Nebraska. The change of scenery marks not a stylistic departure, but a richer
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Steve Aoki: Wonderland

In recent years, Steve Aoki has risen to become a household name in the world of electro house music. Celebrated by ravers and pop crowds alike, Aoki has now managed to build up anticipation even higher than usual with a new album stock-full of exciting collaborations. With the likes of
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Gonjasufi: MU.ZZ.LE

If you were to try and recreate the sonic emissions of artist Sumach Ecks, better known as Gonjasufi, your best bet would be to lock a Tibetan monk in a room with only a beat-mixer, a microphone and a few tabs of acid. After the schizophrenically awesome album A Sufi
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