Category Archives: Reviews

Movie Review: Girl Walk / All Day

Earlier this year, KEXP previewed the Seattle premiere of Girl Talk’s unofficial full length music video, All Day, set to his 2010 album of the same name.  Funded through donations on Kickstarter and of his own money, director Jacob Krupnick set out to shoot a dance video that, while viral in spirit, was different inRead more...

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Book Review: Say Hello, Wave Goodbye: The Fleeting Fame and Lasting Legacy of Soft Cell

KEXP’s very own Kurt B. Reighley - perhaps better known to listeners as DJ El Toro - has written a delightful eBook on the life and times of nu-wave legends Soft Cell for Rhino Music’s Single Notes series. Single Notes is a new series of digital short-form eBooks that focus on bands and albums thatRead more...

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Movie Preview: The Chemical Brothers - Don’t Think

The Chemical Brothers have been messing with our heads for two decades. Just last year, they were nominated for a handful of awards for their soundtrack to the film Hanna. You might remember their original music for Fight Club under their old name, The Dust Brothers. While they were really game-changing in late 90s andRead more...

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Movie Review: Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune @ NWFF

March 11 -13 @ Northwest Film Forum view times (Special performances by Eric Apoe, The Gloria Darlings, Tommy Dean, and Gary Kanter after the 9:15 show at NWFF on Friday, March 11) Where have I seen this guy? Where have I heard that name? You see books dedicated to him by punk poet/artist-authors like JimRead more...

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Live Review: Yo La Tengo w/ The Corin Tucker Band @ Showbox at the Market 2/17

I arrived at the Showbox on Thursday night unsure of what to expect. I’ve heard the music, sure. That doesn’t necessarily mean anything in a live setting, so I was a little apprehensive. I’ve been listening to Yo La Tengo records for about as long as I’ve been listening to indie rock, but I’ve neverRead more...

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Movie Review: The Taqwacores @ Northwest Film Forum

The Taqwacores Directed by Eyad Zahra USA 2010, 84 minutes, Strand Releasing Currently running at the NWFF through February 17; shows at 7:00, 9:00 PM daily Yusef doesn’t look like a punk when he joins a communal youth living situation in a grimy, kicked-in-the-economic-sack neighborhood of Buffalo, NY. Even after telling the story of hisRead more...

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Movie Review: Lemmy @ Northwest Film Forum

Lemmy: 49% Motherf**cker, 51% Son Of A Bitch Greg Olliver, Wes Orshoski, USA, 2010, HD, 117 minutes Showing at the NWFF, 7:00 and 9:00 PM, Wednesday, February 9 - Thursday, February 10, 2011 There is a scene in Lemmy in which the “baddest motherfucker in the world” (as described by Dave Grohl in one ofRead more...

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Movie Review: Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields at NWFF

Northwest Film Forum, Dec 10 - Dec 16 Directed by Kerthy Fix and Gail O’Hara, USA, 2010, HD, 82 minutes. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature at the Los Angeles Outfest Go to the KEXP Facebook page today for a chance to win tickets!

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Movie Review: The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Phil Spector @ NWFF

The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Phil Spector Northwest Film Forum running now through Thursday, December 9 “I would try to tell all the groups we’re doing something very important. They didn’t know they were producing art that would change the world. I know.” “I have devils inside that fight me, and my own worstRead more...

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Film Review: The Secret to a Happy Ending at Northwest Film Forum

The Secret to a Happy Ending Northwest Film Forum August 13-15, Daily at 7, 9:15 PM Drive-By Truckers is a musical family affair; not just because inspired leader singer/songwriter Patterson Hood is the son of extremely supportive Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section bass player David Hood, or the fact that he has been collaborating with fellowRead more...

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