No Good Men Among the Living: by Anand Gopal
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No Good Men Among the Living: by Anand Gopal

No Good Men Among the Living induced many emotions in me, from sadness to excitement…

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Centro-matic: Take Pride in Your Long Odds
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Centro-matic: Take Pride in Your Long Odds

Without attaining much success, Centro-matic has been in the game for close to two decades,…

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Young God: by Katherine Faw Morris
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Young God: by Katherine Faw Morris

There are many brutish and vile things about Young God, made all the coarser by…

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United Nations: The Next Four Years
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United Nations: The Next Four Years

Revisit: Wilco: A Ghost Is Born
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Revisit: Wilco: A Ghost Is Born

Critics often associate experimentation with expansion, a willingness to try just about anything. What strikes…

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The Sixth Extinction: by Elizabeth Kolbert
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The Sixth Extinction: by Elizabeth Kolbert

The publishing industry is no stranger to apocalyptic non-fiction, frequently warning us of impending global…

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William Basinski: Melancholia
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William Basinski: Melancholia

William Basinski has built a career out of ephemerality, or at least its illusion. Where…

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Blood Will Out: by Walter Kirn
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Blood Will Out: by Walter Kirn

With Blood Will Out, Walter Kirn achieved two things, one of which diminishes the other.…

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Old 97’s: Most Messed Up
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Old 97’s: Most Messed Up

After a decade of making solid (read: decent to good) records, the veteran alt-country band…

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White Pride: by Anthony S. Karen
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White Pride: by Anthony S. Karen

Anthony S. Karen’s vivid, blunt photographs pass no judgment on their subjects. In an interview…

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