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Cultural Sommelier: Pairing Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s ‘Piñata’ with ‘Jackie Brown’
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Looking back at Quentin Tarantino's stellar filmography, his 1997 film "Jackie Brown" feels like something of an outlier.  Sure, it maintains his flair for iconic dialogue, stylization, set pieces, characters, and then some.  All of these elements, however, are grounded in a greater sense of reality: the streets of Los Angeles and the surrounding area. More
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Remembering The Beatles’ 1966 Suffolk Downs Concert
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Suffolk Downs, Mohegan Sun, and the city of Revere received disappointing news yesterday when they learned that their proposal to build a resort casino at the racetrack lost to the Wynn casino that has been proposed for Everett. As a result, COO Chip Tuttle has announced that the track will end of a 79-year legacy of racing and will be forced to shut down. More
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Tweedy, Generationals, Broncho, More New Albums Out This Week
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This week's releases may not have the big names attached that last week did, but it doesn't mean that it's short on good new jams. Check out a debut record from a famous dad-rocker and his son, a sure-to-be breakout album from some Oklahoma garage-rats, and some pleasant dance pop to soundtrack that fall rave that you've been planning.
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20 Years Later, Why ‘Ready To Die’ is So Overrated That It’s Underrated
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Let’s say you’re the kind of person into clickbait, and maybe you’ve seen a link on "Top Ten Rap Albums You Grinded on Your Middle School Boyfriend To." Or, maybe you’re into nostalgia porn, and you read a piece about hip hop albums turning 20 years old. You feel dated, maybe even a little old, but both entertain you at work. For a moment, you remember a time when gangsta rap was actually dangerous. More
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Cultural Sommelier: Pairing Dirty Beaches’ ‘Badlands’ with Kenneth Anger’s ‘Scorpio Rising’
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In a 2011 interview with Pitchfork, Alex Zhang Hungtai, the man behind experimental/lo-fi/pastiche music project Dirty Beaches, said, “The way I approach my music projects is a lot like film in conception and delivery. The sound is akin to the look and soul of the film.” With a point-of-view like that, what a great artist to kick off BDCwire’s new feature, Cultural Sommelier, your guide to flavorful pop culture pairings. More