Eric LawsonDan the Automator 's "Audio Alchemy"Saturday, March 13, 2010 Yoshi's Better Than: An 8th grade dance. Dan the Automator has a golden hip-hop legacy going back to Kool Keith's Dr. Octagon album. But his latest "Audio Alchemy" effort, showcasing lesser-known artist ... More >>
Moon @ the Red Vic (through Wed.) Moon is one of my favorite films of 2009. Created by David Bowie's son Duncan Jones, the movie riffs off 2001: A Space Odyssey but has its own pop culture sheen and subtle humor. Without saying too much, it's the story of astronaut Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell), whose ... More >>
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