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Jenne Raub’s Farewell

Recently, as graduation looms in my very near future, my three-year stint as Artsweek editor came to a sweet end.
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Film: Reel Loud Synopses

"Melancholy Mechanics" - In a seemingly cold and unfeeling world, one man finds beauty for the first time.
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Electronic Summer Listening Guide

Spring, as I'm sure you've garnered from the warm weather and flower-powered Ross commercials, has sprung, and a new crop of CDs have landed on the Artsweek desk in ripe abundance.
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Interview: Judith Olauson

Judith Olauson, director of "A Raisin in the Sun", shared a few insights about this compelling drama.
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Mark Lewis | Global Frequencies: Tokyo | Phatt Phunk

Truth be told, there is usually very little to be said about the latest releases in house with the exception of an opinion and a brief description of the sound.
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Destiny’s Child | Survivor | Sony

Destiny's Child is the most important girl group since The Supremes. Push your thick-rimmed glasses back upon your straight-edge nose. You read that correctly.
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Daft Punk | Discovery | Virgin

While you've been out about town knocking back Red Bulls and vodka at an alarming rate, wrapping your arms around ladies in tube tops and snorting precious concoctions of lidocaine and laundry deterge...
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Interview: Charles Feelgood

Charles Feelgood, as legend has it, put the rave scene in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. on the map all the way back in 1990 – a time when many readers had barely graduated from elementary schoo...
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Interview: John Digweed

If the name John Digweed doesn’t mean anything to you, go rummage around your CD collection for a while and unearth the copy of Trainspotting we all know you’re lugging around. (If you don...
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Jennifer Lopez | J. Lo | Epic

For a self-described dance-pop album, J. Lo has lots to live up to. After all, the genre has been around as long as rock itself, and albums such as Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall have long since...
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Music Review: John Digweed | Global Underground: Los Angeles | Global Underground

I was fortunate enough to attend the seven-hour set John Digweed spun in Los Angeles back in October that served as both inspiration for this new album as well as a hotbed for urban-marketing opportun...
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Fauna Flash | Fusion | Compost

The other night, while swilling Chardonnay at a press reception in Montecito among a crowd 20 years too old to be called my colleagues, I was struck with a great idea. Now, if you lived in a gorgeous ...
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Cut-and-Paste

If you envision sound as an auditory sculpture, then the members of Jassanova are its elite artisans. For those who still envision electronic music as nothing more than a soundtrack for 18-year-old gl...
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