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From The Hood : Voting By The Good Book

As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth double.

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Sleater-Kinney & other stuff

Remembering the greatest band in the whole wide world

by Gordon Campbell
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The Complicatist : Blue Eyed & Soulful

From the Righteous Brothers to Yelawolf and beyond…

by Gordon Campbell
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From the Hood : Finding A Happy Media

Ask A Prime Minister

by Lyndon Hood
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From The Hood : Fol-De-Royal

Werewolf wasn’t paying close attention to the royal tour but we thought we’d have a go at the whole coverage thing anyway.

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Jackson C. Frank, Mark Kozelek

The love songs of the middle-aged mope

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Hood : Unofficial Cabinet Manuals

And so it was written, and so shall it ever be…

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Angel Olsen, William Tyler

Are you lonely too? Hi Five! So am I!

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Hood : That Referendum Thing In Plain English

The Financemeister is not a man to let fancy forms of democracy get in the way.

by Lyndon Hood
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From The Hood : The Masque Of The Blue Line

Am I getting old or are holidays just not as fun any more?

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Deafheaven and Sunbather

This black metal / shoegaze hybrid is (almost) everyone’s pick as album of the year

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Hood : Armchairs At Dawn

A mind is a terribly wasteful thing to democratize…

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Miley Cyrus, and Dancing About Architecture

Feet don’t fail my words

by Gordon Campbell
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Classics : Ernest and Celestine

Life on the emotional edge, with the bear father and the mouse child

by Grace C. Russell
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From The Hood : Ars Tonga, Vita Brevis

What I did on my holidays

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Bobby Bland R.I.P., Laura Marling

Eagles may be high and free, but they’re also birds of prey

by Gordon Campbell
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London Calling : Racism, Woolwich, and Beyond

Two Weeks In Battleground Britain

by Rory MacKinnon
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The Complicatist : Lil B, the Based God

The clown prince of hip hop comes to town

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Hood : Factual Correctness Gone Mad

In which we hear about the journalistic standard of accuracy and think it sounds like a fantastic idea.

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Precious Bryant

Paying dues to the Piedmont style of blues

by Gordon Campbell
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Travelling Light : Argentina Plays By Its Own Rules

A visit to a country with striking similarities to New Zealand, but vastly different policies

by Marc Thornley
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London Calling : Sold, and Cold

Selling off state-owned energy companies has been a disaster in Britain

by Rory MacKinnon
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From The Hood : Ich Bin Ein Wiener

The French have A Word For It

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Lee Moses, and Friends

More obscure soul music gems from the vaults

by Gordon Campbell
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Go To China

The best (and worst) films of 2012

by Philip Matthews
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From The Hood : This Movie Sucks

Shouldn’t reality have a better script?

by Lyndon Hood
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The Complicatist : Serengeti, Del Shannon, Lana Del Rey

Learning survival tactics from Brian Dennehy

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Hood : Qui, Jean, Ou Est La Growth?

If Planet Key did not exist, it would be necessary to invent it.

by Lyndon Hood
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Punishment Park

Five attractive teenagers, a remote cabin in the woods … What could possibly go wrong?

by Philip Matthews
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The Complicatist : The Spirit of Rockabilly

The sound of white trash contenders, from over 50 years ago…

by Gordon Campbell


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