Electricity & Lust


Posted in Links, Sam by Sam Unsted on March 31, 2008

REM songs this week folks.

Pitchfork reviews the new REM. Doesn’t hate it.

The AV Club has a list of fictional drugs.

Viral marketing is hurting girls who are actually called Sarah Marshall.

Take a tour of Scranton’s office.

James Wood comments on the art of Richard Price’s prose.

The BBC interviewed Goodfellas-basis Henry Hill recently.

Entertainment Weekly list the twenty scariest movies ever.

Liz Phair is reissuing Exile In Guyville.

The Hold Steady are profiled on PopMatters.

Jezebel asks what the least mood-inducing books are?

The debate on Michael Haneke continues.

The Guardian comments on ‘Rickrolling’.

Nickelodeon is gearing up to challenge High School Musical.

Diablo Cody’s comedy pilot is moving closer to probable.

The final trailer for Grand Theft Auto IV is available.

The Killers will headline Reading and Leeds.

Portishead are planning another record after Third.

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin play a session for Daytrotter.

Kiefer Sutherland is to direct the new Feeling video.

Bjork still mental artistic genius!


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  1. dylan555 said, on March 31, 2008 at 9:59 pm

    Nice to see that Liz Phair is giving some love to her old, good self instead of just the new horrid poppy self.

  2. samunsted said, on March 31, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    Well said, dude. If anyone needs to start rehashing past glories, it’s her.

  3. Nigel Beale said, on April 1, 2008 at 4:37 am

    Who is that enchanting woman pictured atop this post…please…

  4. samunsted said, on April 1, 2008 at 4:15 pm

    That my friend is the aforementioned Liz Phair.

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