“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles “Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work” and “Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel” (both documentaries) and “The Freebie,” a surprisingly intriguing film starring Dax Shepard and Katie Aselton.
Budgeteer editor Matthew R. Perrine introduces you to his favorite non-local music from the last year, including heavy hitters like Spoon and the Hold Steady to promising upstarts like Sleigh Bells and Magic Kids.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles Roman Polanski’s “The Ghost Writer,” the star-studded B-movie “Leaves of Grass” and “All American Orgy,” the dark indie comedy featuring Sarah Silverman’s sister Laura that used to be called “Cummings Farm.”
“Quick Spins” are expedient, pretension-free music reviews. This installment tackles the Winebirds’ “Séance Hill,” Faded Paper Figures’ “New Medium” and David Lanz’s “Liverpool,” a spirited re-imagining of classic Lennon and McCartney compositions.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. In this installment, Budgeteer editor Matthew R. Perrine tackles the startling TSA documentary “Please Remove Your Shoes,” the stays-with-you Danish film “Terribly Happy” and the ho-hum “hardcore” comedy “Finding Bliss.”
“Quick Spins” are expedient, pretension-free music reviews. This installment tackles rapper Psalm One’s free album “Woman @ Work,” Drew Danburry’s folk pop masterpiece “Goodnight Dannii” and Rusko’s dubstep milemarker “O.M.G.!”
A track-by-track review of “Pop Cycle,” the second full-length release from Marching Band, Sweden’s best-kept English-language secret. For fans of Arcade Fire, the Wannadies and The Boy Least Likely To.
“Short Cuts” are expedient, pretension-free movie reviews. This installment tackles two fascinating documentaries: “Tell Them Anything You Want,” about celebrated illustrator and author Maurice Sendak (of “Where the Wild Things Are” fame), and Lionsgate's “The September Issue,” which goes behind the scenes with Anna Wintour at Vogue HQ.
“Quick Spins” are expedient, pretension-free album reviews. This installment tackles Dessa’s “A Badly Broken Code,” Miles Kurosky’s “The Desert of Shallow Effects” and Drew Danburry’s “Goodnight Gary.”
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