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Tindersticks are an Indie rock band from Nottingham, England that formed in 1991. They released six albums before singer Stuart A. Staples took on a solo career. The band reunited...

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  • Sun, sea, sound our summer playlists

      News Source: The Guardian | 6 days ago
    Nigel Slater, food writer My listening is about as varied as you could imagine, with the exception of sentimental ballads, which generally make me want to hurl a brick through the nearest window. James Thompson, my best friend and business partner,
  • Stuart A Staples & Suzanne Osborne, artists: 'Paula Rego was the only ...

      News Source: The Independent | 2 months ago
    The musician Stuart A Staples (the lead singer of Tindersticks) and his artist wife Suzanne Osborne moved from London to La Souterraine, France, in 2003. They were travelling to holiday by car in Biarritz and came upon the house in the heart of the
  • Broken Twin (No 1,732)

      News Source: The Guardian | 4 months ago
    Emilie Kjaer/PR Hometown : Copenhagen, Denmark...The background : There is a track on Majke Voss Romme alias Broken Twin's debut album titled No Darkness, which is a bit rich, because to our ears it is relentlessly dark. If it had been named Nothing
  • Movie Review: Claire Denis's ‘Bastards,' With Vincent Lindon

      News Source: The New York Times | 9 months ago
    Camille De Chenay/Sundance Selects Vincent Lindon in "Bastards." Camille De ChenaySundance Selects Chiara Mastroianni in "Bastards." If that sounds abstract, well, so too are the method and allure of Ms. Denis's work, whose films include Beau Travail
  • Underneath Its Gorgeous Affectations, Bastards Proves Undercooked

      News Source: Village Voice | 9 months ago
    If their relationship seems almost preposterously sudden, Lindon and Mastroianni sell it well, he a figure of silent masculine determination and drive, she a wounded yet tough pseudo-femme fatale torn between lust for her new lover and loyalty to her
  • Claire Denis Discusses ‘Bastards,' Her New Film

      News Source: The New York Times | 10 months ago
    Family Films of a Very Different Sort Claire Denis Discusses Bastards,' Her New Film Nicola Lo Calzo for The New York Times The French director Claire Denis. Published: October 18, 2013 Some people are troubled by contradictions by impulses clashing
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      News Source: All About Jazz | 10 months ago
    October 14, 2013 Jim White Fibbers September 18, 2013 Three hours of oddball Americana. Well, the evening's opening act was a local songster, but Boss Caine sounded like he was growling deeply from across the Atlantic. He was followed with virtually
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      News Source: The Huffington Post | 1 year ago
    Lhasa de Sela World-music songstress Lhasa de Sela made her sonic mark on a circuitous route through America, Mexico, France, and Canada. Born of Mexican and Jewish descent in Nixon-era Catskills, N.Y., her gypsy-esque childhood found its footing in


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