Argentina’s Fernando Cricenti Unveils ‘Veredas’ Variety – Music

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MAR DEL PLATA – Is Latin American cinema shifting mainstream? Art pics remain of course. Indeed, three standouts at Mar del Plata’s voluminous 22-title Work in Progress, which unspooled Thursday and Friday at the seaside resort – Daniel Rosenfeld’s “To the Center of the Earth,” Ana Pitarbarg’s “Alptraum” and ….Read More Via: VARIETY – MUSIC

Watch Busta Rhymes’ Bloody, Ill-Advised Stage Dive STEREOGUM

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Given Busta Rhymes’ size, he’s the last person that should be attempting a stage dive — not that anyone should be doing them at all, remember? — and he had a pretty bloody accident during an appearance at Webster Hall early Friday morning. He was a surprise guest at ….Read More Via: STEREOGUM

Listen To Bob Dylan’s First Non-Print Interview In 10 Years STEREOGUM

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Bob Dylan gave his first non-print interview since 2004 to talk about The Basement Tapes era, which recently got two notable releases: one of rarities from Dylan himself called The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11 and another from supergroup the New Basement Tapes that recorded some ….Read More Via: STEREOGUM

St. Vincent – “Pieta” & “Sparrow” STEREOGUM

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St. Vincent released a 10″ for Record Store Day Black Friday containing two new songs: “Pieta” and “Sparrow.” She’s been performing “Pieta” live for a while now, but “Sparrow” is a brand new offering. Both songs have a considered, ecclesiastical slow churn quality that puts them on an even playing ….Read More Via: STEREOGUM

FATHER & Archibald SLIM – “Spill” STEREOGUM

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Atlanta’s Awful Records is becoming a formidable presence in the rap scene, and their latest song pits their two biggest successes together: Father and Archibald SLIM — both of whom got Mixtape Of The Week honors recently — team up on “Spill,” a murky and heated track that ….Read More Via: STEREOGUM

Mar del Plata Celebrates 60th Anni Variety – Music

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MAR DEL PLATA – Argentina’s Mar del Plata International Film Fest, which wraps Saturday, not only marks its 29th edition this November but the 60 years since it was first inaugurated in 1954 by then President Juan Domingo Peron. Projected before every screening and on some buildings across the city, ….Read More Via: VARIETY – Read more