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Critical Mob: 4 New Ideas In Music

Critical Mob: 4 New Ideas In Music
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Check out a clip from the upcoming documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, read a review for Yo La Tengo's 'Fade' and more.

by Critical Mob
  • 24 january 2013

Critical Mob, a discovery site that curates, selects, and reviews the best in culture, discusses this week’s top musical picks; Check out a clip from the upcoming documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, read reviews for Yo La Tengo’s Fade and Sam Willis’s Winterval, and looking back on one of the greatest British bands most Americans never heard:

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Big Star Documentary Gets Wide Release, Followed By Decades Of Obscurity

Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me will receive a wide North American release – both in theaters and on DVD – this coming year.

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Yo La Tengo Fade

Fade is the first YLT album in the last dozen years that belongs alongside its great ’90s albums.

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Sam Willis Winterval

British electronic artist Sam Willis takes a break from his ambient duo project Walls to release his first solo album.

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Memory Motel: Diving For Cousteau

Take a look back on one of the greatest British bands most Americans never heard.

Critical Mob is a discovery site, an editorial-driven, team-curated effort to select, review, and connect the best in culture. PSFK has partnered with Critical Mob to give readers fresh insight into the top picks for music, books, TV & film, and culture. Read more at Critical Mob.

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