Entries tagged with: Benoit Poelvoorde
Flying Lotus at LPR in October (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Flying Lotus, whose great Until the Quiet Comes has been getting the credit it deserves on year-end lists by NME, Uncut, NPR, and Pitchfork, just made a list of his top ten films that have Criterion Collection editions. The whole list with commentary is on Criterion's website but you can see his picks below.
In related news, Flying Lotus' rap alter-ego Captain Murphy recently tweeted that he'll be in Austin this March for SXSW 2013. This announcement comes after SXSW's own recent announcement of artists which included Rhye, Savages, Flatbush Zombies, Deap Vally, Angel Haze, and more.
Flying Lotus' list below...
- Anonymous wrote: Clowny shit enforce.... [more]
- games wrote: Cool reference to Gummo with the spaghetti in the bathtub... [more]
- Daeng Store wrote: nice information... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: who's still waiting?... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Is the hot one ok?... [more]
- Askaron wrote: Sotto ogni video di buona musica, c'è sempre chi si lamenta dell'ep... [more]
- Nuno wrote: More indie good bands KEXP, INDIE GOOD BANDS. I recommend Hey Roset... [more]
- Manzanel wrote: Es una pelicula extraordinaria un sentido del humor y narra una gra... [more]
- Titus Andronicus, Fat White Family, Bo Ningen, Girlpool, Beverly & more played our Saturday day party (pics, video)
- Twin Peaks, TWIABP, Protomartyr, Single Mothers, Dilly Dally, Tweens & more played BV's Friday CMJ day party (pics)
- The Jazz June, Pity Sex, Beach Slang, Cayetana & Sport played our official CMJ showcase at Baby's All Right (pics)
- King Diamond played Best Buy Theater w/ Jess & the Ancient Ones (pics, videos, setlist)
- Best of CMJ 2014: our 11 favorite acts
- BrooklynVegan events at CMJ this week (5 shows total) --- Friday & Saturday @ Baby's All Right
- Sundials releasing 'Kick' EP on Topshelf (stream two tracks)
- Pianos Become The Teeth streaming "Late Lives" off new album 'Keep You' (listen)
- an interview w/ Bob Geldof (on the Boomtown Rats shows, U2, the importance (or non-importance) of Rock n Roll & more)
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