Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex – Various Artists

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Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan & T. Rex

Various Artists

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 16.99

Release Date: September 4, 2020

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Why Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and More Designers Are Waving Goodbye To Tradition Ahead of Fashion Month

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Marc Anthony: The Concert From Madison Square Garden – Marc Anthony

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Marc Anthony: The Concert From Madison Square Garden

Marc Anthony

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: December 18, 2001


Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winner Marc Anthony gives a spectacular performance from The Garden. The concert features hits from his smash English-language debut album Marc Anthony, along with some of his Spanish-language classics.

© © 2000 Marc Anthony Productions Inc.

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Alison Brie & Marc Maron Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“GLOW” stars Marc Maron and Alison Brie take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

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Murder In the First – Marc Rocco

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Murder In the First

Marc Rocco

Genre: Drama

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Release Date: January 20, 1995


Based on the true story that made history, a convict is put on trial for murdering a fellow inmate and the young, inexperienced lawyer assigned to him bases his defense on the assertion that inhumane treatment at Alcatraz was responsible for the murder. Christian Slater ("Interview with the Vampire," "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves"), Kevin Bacon ("The River Wild," "A Few Good Men") and Gary Oldman ("JFK," "Bram Stoker"s Dracula") star in this "sobering and thought provoking" film (The Hollywood Reporter).

© © 1994 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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SpotMini & Boston Dynamics Founder Marc Raibert at WIRED25

SpotMini, the Internet’s favorite robot dog, appeared at WIRED25 with Boston Dynamics founder & CEO Marc Raibert. Raibert spoke with WIRED Editor in Chief Nicholas Thompson about robots and the future of robotic design as part of WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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WIRED25: Marc Benioff Talks About Taxing the Rich, Tackling Homelessness, and Philanthropy

Salesforce Chairman and Co-CEO Marc Benioff spoke with WIRED’s Adam Rogers as part of WIRED25, WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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Dream a Little Dream – Marc Rocco

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Dream a Little Dream

Marc Rocco

Genre: Romance

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Release Date: March 3, 1989


The elderly Coleman and the young and brash Bobby learn what life is like from each other's point of view when their bodies are unwittingly switched by way of transcendental meditation. But they're not alone on their strange journey; Coleman's wife, Gena is renewed in the body of Lainie, the girlfriend of Bobby's best friend. Can they switch back?

© © 1988 Vestron Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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We Summon the Darkness – Marc Meyers

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We Summon the Darkness

Marc Meyers

Genre: Horror

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Release Date: April 10, 2020


On the way to a heavy metal concert, Alexis (Alexandra Daddario) and two girlfriends hear a news report of a local murder believed to be tied to a series of satanic killings. After the show, the girls invite three guys to join them at the estate owned by Alexis' father, a fire-and-brimstone preacher (Johnny Knoxville). What starts as a party suddenly turns dark and deadly in this devilishly entertaining thriller.

© © 2019 The Fyzz Facility 16 Limited

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Human Capital – Marc Meyers

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Human Capital

Marc Meyers

Genre: Thriller

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Release Date: March 20, 2020


The lives of two families become fatefully intertwined following an impulsive business deal and a tragic hit-and-run accident.

© © 2019 HC Film, LLC All Rights Reserved.

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Delicatessen – Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro

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Delicatessen

Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 3.99

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Release Date: January 1, 1992


From the director of "Amelie" (Jean-Pierre Jeunet) comes a post-apocalyptic comedy that's both bitingly hilarious and absolutely one-of-a- kind. When meat becomes so rare that it is used as currency, residents living above a delicatessen must depend on a menacingly strange butcher (Jean-Claude Dreyfus) for their supply. But when a new tenant (Dominique Pinon) arrives and takes a job as the building's handyman, he unknowingly steps into the butcher's trap…to serve him as the next meal!

© © 1991 StudioCanal. All Rights Reserved.

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Miley Cyrus Models in Marc Jacobs Fall 2020 Runway Show

Miley Cyrus has made her New York Fashion Week fall 2020 debut.
The singer joined a host of other models for Marc Jacobs’ fall collection, which closed out New York Fashion Week. Cyrus modeled a black bra-like top with matching trousers and was holding a zebra-print coat.

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This isn’t Cyrus and Jacobs’ first time working together. The singer teamed with Jacobs in 2013 for a charitable T-shirt which showed the slogan “Protect the Skin You’re In” inscribed on top of a nude Cyrus.  She later starred in the designer’s spring 2014 campaign photographed by David Sims. Last year, the duo teamed again to support Planned Parenthood, designing a pink hoodie that read “Don’t F—k With My Freedom.”
Cyrus also wore a look from Jacobs’ fall 2013 collection to the Met Gala that year, which celebrated its “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit.

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Marc Jacobs RTW Fall 2020

Marc Jacobs and I go way back. We started in the industry at about the same time, and in WWD’s then-idiosyncratic breakdown of which market editors covered which designers, I “got” Marc. Certainly, I have admired his work throughout his career and the ups and downs of his company and brand. Some may say too much.
But after Wednesday night’s New York Fashion Week finale, that was all beside the point, for will someone please tell me who in New York is a better designer, more creative, more provocative, more capable of delivering a thrill? And how many lists of “greatest designers in the world,” both current and over the past 30 years, would he not make? Jeez, the guy’s good.
Jacobs is an extraordinary designer, his talent part pure fashion acumen and part showmanship. Over the years, he has staged some incredibly engaging shows, the kind now called “experiential.” This one might take the cake: a band of 54 dancers under the brilliant direction of choreographer Karole Armitage comingling with 88 models in an extravaganza so exquisitely audacious and compelling and masterful that it’s a shame it was one night only. This was a museum-worthy performance-art piece — one that would sell

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Monster’s Ball – Marc Forster

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Monster’s Ball

Marc Forster

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

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Release Date: February 19, 1992


MONSTER'S BALL is a hard-hitting Southern drama tempered by a story of powerful life-changing love. It is the story of Hank (Academy Award winner, Billy Bob Thornton), an embittered prison guard working on Death Row who begins an unlikely but emotionally charged affair with Leticia (Academy Award winner, Halle Berry), the wife of a man under his watch on The Row.

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Marc Anthony’s Sunken Yacht a $300k Job and Government Fronts the Tab

Marc Anthony’s burned out yacht is posing a significant danger to Miami’s coastal waters — so the federal government’s stepping in to assist … but it ain’t gonna be cheap. As you know, Marc’s $ 7 million yacht, the Andiamo, burst into flames…

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Marc Jacobs to Sell Some of Personal Art Collection at Sotheby’s

IN WITH THE NEW: Oh to live like Marc Jacobs. Well now thanks to Sotheby’s, fans sort of can.
Some prized art that used to grace the walls of his West Village apartment will soon go under the gavel at various upcoming sales at Sotheby’s. Separately, an uber fan could spring for Jacobs’ four-story Bethune Street town house, which has an asking price of $ 14.5 million — down from the original asking price of $ 15.9 million.
Having recently purchased a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Rye, N.Y. with his husband Char Defrancesco, the designer has reason to refresh his environs. Jacobs told his friend and Sotheby’s chairman Amy Cappellazzo in an online interview, “I’m not Marie Kondo. I didn’t decide everything must go. I thought about my role as an art collector…and I just felt it’s time to give myself this window to start again.”
More than 150 pieces will be sold next month, including works by Ed Ruscha, John Currin, Urs Fischer, Richard Prince and Andy Warhol. There will also be work from Francis Picabia, François-Xavier Lalanne, Alberto and Diego Giacometti, Jean-Michel Frank, Eugène Printz, Jean Dunand, Paul Dupré-Lafon and Maurice Marinot, among others.
Bidders in search of Jacobs-approved art will find select

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Marc Jacobs RTW Spring 2020

In his show notes and during a preview on Wednesday night, Marc Jacobs acknowledged the Sept. 11 anniversary. For anyone who worked in this industry 18 years ago in a show-related capacity, the two are inextricably linked. “Where were you when you heard the news?” The answer is at or en route to a show; working at a show; casting a show, doing something show. (I was traveling down Fifth Avenue to Bryant Park in a taxi and saw the Towers in flames in front of me.) Jacobs heard the news in a phone call from a reporter — myself. He’d slept in since the night before, he’d thrown a huge postshow party on Pier 54 with views of the Towers. In the moment, carefree reverie. In the aftermath — bacchanal before carnage — a stark reminder of how quickly life can change, and of how little control we have of our destinies.
Heavy material in the lead-up to a fashion show (or in a piece about a fashion show), but given the timing of Jacobs’ show and party 18 years ago, it would have been odd for him not to reminisce. He lost a friend in the attacks, David Rivers.

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Alien Invasion – Marc Carreté

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Alien Invasion

Marc Carreté

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: August 16, 2019


When a young journalist travels to the site where a terrifying alien abduction took place, her arrival summons an extraordinary encounter and she is hunted by a terrifying hybrid extraterrestrial family.

© 2018 © After the Lethargy AIE

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Work To Do – Marc Cohn & The Blind Boys of Alabama

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Work To Do

Marc Cohn & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Genre: R&B/Soul

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 9, 2019

© ℗ 2019 Marc Cohn and Blind Boys of Alabama, LLC under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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Superman: Leviathan Rising Special (2019-) #1 – Brian Michael Bendis, Greg Rucka, Matt Fraction, Marc Andreyko, Yanick Paquette, Mike Perkins, Steve Lieber & Eduardo Pansica

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Superman: Leviathan Rising Special (2019-) #1

Brian Michael Bendis, Greg Rucka, Matt Fraction, Marc Andreyko, Yanick Paquette, Mike Perkins, Steve Lieber & Eduardo Pansica

Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels

Publish Date: May 29, 2019

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics.


An all-star roster of writers and artists highlight the new threat of Leviathan, but also tees up new ongoing series for Jimmy Olsen by writer Matt Fraction and artist Steve Lieber, and Lois Lane by writer Greg Rucka and artist Mike Perkins, coming in June! As Leviathan enacts a plan to take down Superman, it’s up to Lois, Jimmy and the heroes of the DC Universe to rescue the Man of Steel.

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Bridget Foley’s Diary: Marc Jacobs on THE Retail Launch, THE Collaborations, THE Future

It has been teased since December, most recently on Tuesday night when Marc Jacobs posted three new photographs to Instagram. Today, the designer’s new collection, THE Marc Jacobs, makes its debut at retail.
The launch marks a major milestone for the Jacobs brand. The timing seems perfect, Jacobs having put together a string of strong runway collections, including fall’s masterful outing, along with an interlude that fascinated across generations, in the form of resort 2019’s look-for-look redux of the seminal grunge collection he designed for Perry Ellis for spring 1993. That collection got the wheels turning for THE Marc Jacobs, which, for those familiar with the history of the designer and his brand, registers as something of a redux itself. Not in line-for-line reissues (although there is an archival component), but in its positioning both within the greater market, and within the Marc Jacobs brand itself.
“I want either a beautifully made version of a very simple thing or I want something very out there. That’s it, that’s what I like,” Jacobs said during a phone chat on Tuesday afternoon, describing his consumer approach to fashion.
The dichotomy applies as well to his long-standing vision of his work. He and his, longtime business

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Camilla and Marc Resort 2020

For resort, Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman wanted to explore the “uncomfortable tension” between “the dichotomy of elements between order and disorder.” In simpler terms, the duo decided to explore contrasts for their latest Camilla and Marc collection — sharp, signature tailoring to slightly oversize, slightly voluminous shapes or clean, monochromatic looks to busy, distorted floral printed silhouettes. The contrasts here weren’t so black and white, and the best came in the details. The yellow top stitch on an hourglass blue dress or contrasting hues on the gusset of their new cross-body Luna bag.
Freeman-Topper described the first look, a distorted floral printed silk cotton blouse with poet’s sleeves and matching car-wash hemmed, high-waisted pencil skirt, as a hero piece of the collection because it “talks directly to the inspiration in the balance of disconnection of order and disorder.” The playful print, designed in-house, clashed with its softer, flowy silhouette. But that was the goal. Meanwhile, an exaggerated, enlarged version of the distorted floral in tennis ball green printed on a white cotton day dress felt fresh and new. Throughout the remainder of the collection, tailoring continued to be a hallmark of the brand.
Overall, the collection held a more playful, experimental

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See the Star-Studded Instagram Posts From Inside Marc Jacobs’ Wedding to Char Defrancesco

Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco’s wedding this weekend brought out stars, models and fashion insiders — and their Instagram posts did not disappoint.
The fashion designer and his longtime partner — who famously got engaged via a Prince flash mob at Chipotle last year — hosted their wedding reception Saturday night in New York at The Pool, bringing together some of their famous friends, such as Naomi Campbell, Emily Ratajkowski, Kate Moss, Kaia Gerber and Gigi and Bella Hadid and more.

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The star-studded affair also included many of Jacobs’ fellow fashion designers, like Dior Men’s artistic director Kim Jones, and Kenzo and Opening Ceremony’s Humberto Leon.
From an elaborate cake-cutting performance to the otter monogrammed sweatshirts given as wedding favors, many guests took to Instagram to document the night and to share their well wishes with the couple.
Read on to see more Instagrams from Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco’s wedding.

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Marc Jacobs and Char Defrancesco Get Married in Lavish New York Wedding

Marc Jacobs got hitched to his longtime partner Saturday night, and a ton of celebs were on hand to celebrate. The 55-year-old fashion designer tied the knot in NYC with Char Defrancesco … a former model who is now a candlemaker.  The event was a…

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Home (The Dockside Sessions) – Marc Broussard

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Home (The Dockside Sessions)

Marc Broussard

Genre: Rock

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: April 5, 2019

© ℗ 2019 G-Man Touring Inc

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Finding Neverland – Richard N. Gladstein & Marc Forster

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Finding Neverland

Richard N. Gladstein & Marc Forster

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: November 24, 2004


Wellknown playwright James M. Barrie (Johnny Depp) finds his career at a crossroads when his latest play flops and doubters question his future. Then by chance he meets a widow (Kate Winslet) and her four adventurous boys. Together they form a friendship that ignites the imagination needed to produce Barrie's greatest work! An enchanting bigscreen treat with an acclaimed cast of stars.

© © 2011 Miramax

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Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants – Marc Anthony, Tito Nieves, Oscar D’León, José Alberto “El Canario”, Nora from Orquesta De La Luz, Charlie Zaa, Cheo Feliciano, Andy Montañez, Luis Enrique & Willy Chirino

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Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants

Marc Anthony, Tito Nieves, Oscar D’León, José Alberto "El Canario", Nora from Orquesta De La Luz, Charlie Zaa, Cheo Feliciano, Andy Montañez, Luis Enrique & Willy Chirino

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: June 25, 2013


Last summer, over 12,000 music fans gathered at the “Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival” to witness a once in a lifetime concert experience as a select group of renowned salsa musicians came together for a historical one night event. This summer, that experience will be immortalized forever as “Salsa Giants” released under the production of musical director and producer Sergio George through Top Stop Music. Performances included Marc Anthony, Oscar D’León, Cheo Feliciano, Luis Enrique, Andy Montañez, Willy Chirino, José Alberto “El Canario”, Tito Nieves, Nora from the “Orquesta de la Luz” and Charlie Zaa. Hits included Aguanile, Yo No Sé Mañana, Mi Bajo y Yo, Discúlpeme Señora, Fabricando Fantasías, Un Disco Más, Medias Negras, Casi Te Envidio, Tu Amor Me Hace Bien, De Mí Enamórate, Mata Siguaraya, Anacaona, Salsa Caliente del Japón, y Valió La Pena. This feature: Sergio George Presents…Salsa Giants is anchored by lead single “Para Celebrar,” the only studio recording featuring all of the Salsa Giants on one track. Following the release, the Salsa Giants will embark on a Latin American tour throughout the Fall followed by a North American tour in 2014.

© © 2013 Top Stop Music

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Marc Jacobs RTW Fall 2019

“You have to come to New York to see a private couture show.”
That observation came from no less an aficionado of the haute genre than Sidney Toledano. Surely the couture notion crossed some other minds of those exiting the Marc Jacobs show on Wednesday night after what was a dazzling display of fashion.
Jacobs scaled everything back but the fashion impact. He showed 40 looks, fewer than his typical 60-plus, to an audience far smaller than usual. Yet he kept the show at the vast Park Avenue Armory, where he installed a reflective black glass floor and hired the American Contemporary Music Ensemble to perform live. He positioned the quartet off in a corner, far from the runway but well-lit and very much in view as the models proceeded out, each commanding the space solo and exiting fully before the next girl emerged. It all coalesced into a haunting dialogue between intimacy and distance.
The clothes were exquisite. “Each [look] will be an exaggeration of our view of who each of the women is,” Jacobs said during a preview. “For lack of a better word, it’s like a cabine of women we love.” Perhaps the most loved: Christy Turlington Burns, who last

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Nirvana Sues Marc Jacobs for Stealing Smiley Face Design

Nirvana’s famous smiley face design was stolen by clothing brand Marc Jacobs … so says the band in a new lawsuit. The docs claim, in November 2018, MJ announced the release of its “Bootleg Redux Grunge” collection. Included in the collection were…

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Camilla and Marc Pre-Fall 2019

Siblings Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman sought to explore the idea of human connection and intimacy for pre-fall. In a positive note, that meant injecting clothes with comfort, through both cozy fabric selection and design. There were silhouettes that cocooned and wrapped the body, like a transparent Lurex knit top and roomy, angora wool windowpane coat with detachable scarf to bundle up in. Sporty zip-up bodysuits and sweaters with a casual element rounded out wardrobe enhancers essential for layering.
A hallmark of the brand is approachable, easy chic, found namely in empowered tailoring. A plaid coat cut on the bias was a striking example of understated luxury for both its contouring effect and easy wear. A velvet herringbone blazer featured strong, accentuated shoulders in a great proposition for power suiting. They played to house codes of harmonious contrasts by offering fluid evening dresses to offset structured tailoring. There was an effortlessness to a billowy sheer red dress with great movement, and playfulness in the fringe framing an hourglass shape to a camel dress.
Freeman-Topper made a point to highlight the brand’s seasonless appeal. “I’ve always said Camilla and Marc is forever,” she said on a call from Australia, adding: “We have pieces

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Stranger Than Fiction – Marc Forster

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Stranger Than Fiction

Marc Forster

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: November 10, 2006


Will Ferrell stars as Harold Crick, a lonely IRS agent whose mundane existence is transformed when he hears a mysterious voice narrating his life. With the help of Professor Jules Hilbert (Dustin Hoffman), Harold discovers he's the main character in a novel-in-progress and that the voice belongs to Karen Eiffel (Emma Thompson), an eccentric author famous for killing her main characters in creative ways. Harold must quickly track down Eiffel and stop her before she conjures up a way to finish him off.

© © 2006 Crick Pictures LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah (Unabridged) – Marc Maron

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The Jerusalem Syndrome: My Life as a Reluctant Messiah (Unabridged)

Marc Maron

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.95

Publish Date: April 30, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Random House Audio

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WIRED25: Marc Benioff Talks About Taxing the Rich, Tackling Homelessness, and Philanthropy

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Puzzle – Marc Turtletaub

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Puzzle

Marc Turtletaub

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: August 15, 2018


Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world – where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined.

© © 2018 Big Beach , LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Christopher Robin – Marc Forster

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Christopher Robin

Marc Forster

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: August 3, 2018


In this heartwarming tale from Disney, Christopher Robin, the boy who had countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood, has grown up and lost his way. Now it’s up to his spirited and lovable stuffed animals, Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and the rest of the gang, to rekindle their friendship and remind him of endless days of childlike wonder and make-believe.

© © 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Digital Photo Editing – Kim Gregson & Marc Widdowson

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Digital Photo Editing

A first look at editing apps

Kim Gregson & Marc Widdowson

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: April 28, 2012

Publisher: Kim Gregson

Seller: Kim Gregson


I present short reviews and descriptions of iPad apps for photo editing that I found. I group them into worth keeping, worth tossing, and miscellaneous.

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SpotMini & Boston Dynamics Founder Marc Raibert at WIRED25

SpotMini, the Internet’s favorite robot dog, appeared at WIRED25 with Boston Dynamics founder & CEO Marc Raibert. Raibert spoke with WIRED Editor in Chief Nicholas Thompson about robots and the future of robotic design as part of WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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All Hallows’ Eve 2 – Ryan Patch, Bryan Norton, Antonio Padovan, Marc Roussel, Jay Holben, Jon Kondelik, James Kondelik, Elias Benavidez, Mike Kochansky & Andres Borghi

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Ryan Patch, Bryan Norton, Antonio Padovan, Marc Roussel, Jay Holben, Jon Kondelik, James Kondelik, Elias Benavidez, Mike Kochansky & Andres Borghi

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 7.99

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Release Date: January 1, 2015


A woman finds a VHS tape on her doorstep that shows a series of gruesome tales that could be real. But the true danger is the pumpkin-faced killer that’s using the tape to find his next victim.

© © 2015 Ruthless Pictures, LLC

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Music and Lyrics – Marc Lawrence

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Music and Lyrics

Marc Lawrence

Genre: Comedy

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Release Date: February 14, 2007


First you're hot, then you're not…and then you're Alex Fletcher (Hugh Grant). So when the sizzlingest tween-queen on the charts asks the has-been '80s pop sensation to write her a song, he grabs for another chance at stardom. Problem: Alex can say it with music, but he sure can't say it with words. Enter Sophie Fisher (Drew Barrymore, his beguiling if quirky plant lady, who has a green thumb for lyrics. Together, they go after songwriting success — and discover that if you want to write the perfect love song, it helps to fall in love. With Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore at the keyboard and Marc Lawrence (Two Weeks Notice) directing, Music and Lyrics is a witty, wacky romantic comedy that faces the music…and laughs!

© © 2007 Warner Bros. Entertainment. All Rights Reserved

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Diary of a rescue: Marc Gasol’s mission to help immigrants

Moved by the desperation of immigrants and the efforts to rescue them, Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol didn’t hesitate to accept an invitation to see for himself what one group is doing to help.
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I Feel Pretty – Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein

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I Feel Pretty

Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: April 20, 2018


In I FEEL PRETTY a woman who struggles with feelings of deep insecurity and low self-esteem, that hold her back every day, wakes from a brutal fall in an exercise class believing she is suddenly a supermodel. With this newfound confidence she is empowered to live her life fearlessly and flawlessly, but what will happen when she realizes her appearance never changed?

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WIRED Autocomplete Interviews – Alison Brie & Marc Maron Answer the Web’s Most Searched Questions

“GLOW” stars Marc Maron and Alison Brie take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet’s most searched questions about themselves.

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Will Smith Gets Salsa Lessons from Marc Anthony

Will Smith is no stranger to Miami, and now he’s no stranger to salsa dancing either … all thanks to Marc Anthony! Big Willie created his 100th Instagram post Sunday, featuring a video of himself getting salsa lessons in Miami from none…

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Love On The Slopes: Does Marc Stand A Shot With Taylar On Hunter Mountain?

Marc immediately felt a connection with Taylar on ‘Winter Break: Hunter Mountain,’ but is she feeling him back?
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All I See Is You – Marc Forster

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All I See Is You

Marc Forster

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: October 27, 2017


After being blinded as a child, Gina (Blake Lively) depends on her husband James (Jason Clarke) to be her eyes—a dependence that appears to solidify their passionate relationship. But when Gina is given the opportunity to have a corneal transplant and regains her vision, their life and relationship are upended as she begins to realize the disturbing reality of their marriage and their lives.

© © 2017 Open Road Films. All Rights Reserved.

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My Friend Dahmer – Marc Meyers

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My Friend Dahmer

Marc Meyers

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: February 6, 2018


Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys in the American Midwest, becoming one of history’s most infamous serial killers. This is the story before that story. Jeff (Disney Channel’s Ross Lynch) is an awkward teenager struggling to make it through high school with a family life in ruins. His bizarre behavior at school attracts unexpected friends, a group of band-nerds who form The Dahmer Fan Club, headed by Derf Backderf (Alex Wolff, “Patriots Day”). But as they near graduation, Jeff’s depravity continues to take hold, and he spirals further out of control. Based on Backderf’s critically acclaimed 2012 graphic novel and written for the screen and directed by Marc Meyers, MY FRIEND DAHMER is the haunting, sad, funny, true story of Jeffrey Dahmer in high school.

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Bridget Foley’s Diary: Marc Jacobs, Master Instructor

“Sometimes something will get on my nerves.”
If that sounds like an unusual observation within an instructional context, that’s exactly the point: The creative spark can come from countless sources, irritation included.
It’s one of the numerous points Marc Jacobs makes during his 18-lesson MasterClass fashion tutorial that launched last week. (The pique referred to here resulted in Jacobs’ spectacular Victorian surfer collection for spring 2014, a reaction to the truism that spring collections should be light and airy.) “I just said what I felt,” Jacobs said last week in a conversation about his approach to the class.
At MasterClass, Jacobs joins a high-gloss, high-profile faculty roster assembled from diverse, if mostly creative, disciplines, all-stars of their fields — among them are Annie Leibovitz, Ron Howard, Shonda Rhimes, James Patterson, Martin Scorsese, Thomas Keller, Alice Waters, Steve Martin, and even Stephen Curry on how to shoot like a dream. (Creative? The guy’s an artiste.) And, as of this week, Diane von Furstenberg, with a course on Fashion Branding. (In the ongoing cultural comeuppance category, classes by Dustin Hoffman and Kevin Spacey have been removed from the site.)
In its first week, Jacobs’ class has attracted a diverse student body, from young, aspiring designers to

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Two Weeks Notice – Marc Lawrence

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Two Weeks Notice

Marc Lawrence

Genre: Romance

Price: $ 7.99

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Release Date: February 14, 2003


Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock star as smart, charming and undeniably self-absorbed millionaire George Wade and George's overworked, underappreciated, multi-tasking chief counsel, Lucy Kelson.

For five years Lucy has been treated more like a nanny than a Harvard-trained lawyer, chosen George's clothes, arranged his divorce, lost sleep and gained an ulcer, but now she's calling it quits. She gives George her Two Weeks Notice.

George finally agrees to let her go … if she finds her own replacement. After a challenging search, Lucy hires an ambitious young lawyer (Alicia Witt) with an obvious eye for her new boss. Now, as she joins her devoted boyfriend (Mark Feuerstein – "Good Morning, Miami") for an adventure at sea, Lucy is finally free of George. Or is she? With Lucy sailing out of his life, George must decide if it's ever too late to say "I love you."

© © 2002 Warner Bros. – U.S., Bermuda & Bahamas. Village Roadshow Films (BVI) Limited – All Other Territories. All Rights Reserved.

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Marc Jacobs Unveils Hybrid Watch

Marc Jacobs is getting into wearables with a line of hybrid smartwatches. The Riley Hybrid Smartwatch launches for fall with a touchscreen that looks like a classic watch face with a multitude of digital features. The watch can be synced to a smartphone via Bluetooth, and users can control their music, track daily movements, receive message notifications and take photos. Available in four styles that have a multicolor flash crystal, rubber strap and aluminum nylon case, the watches are $ 175 and will be available on marcjacobs.com as well as select boutiques and department stores.
Accompanying the launch is a campaign featuring New York-based influencers and professionals, including musician Alexis Jae, YouTube beauty influencer Amanda Steele, dancer Charisma Glasper, actress Ke’andra Samone and editor and professor Amy Sall. David Hughes shot the campaign and Elissa Santisi styled.
 

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Marc Bouwer’s President and Influencer Paul Margolin Discusses Fleeting Online Fame

IN AN INSTANT: While many know Paul Margolin as the president of Marc Bouwer Inc., even more know him from Instagram. That was until Wednesday when his account was hacked — and gone with it, 46,000 followers.
That was unwelcome news for Margolin, who has worked as a social influencer with such brands as The Underwear Expert, Morphine Lips and the Chappy dating app, among others. When not working in Bouwer’s Fulton Street studio and office, he has been fielding requests from Musefind and WeTrend. More often than not, Margolin posted images with his fiancé Sergio Zapata. The 360-degree drone-shot video of Zapata proposing to Margolin near Bethesda Fountain in Central Park helped to make them a popular InstaCouple.
“My Instagram stories were getting 4,000 views on a story. There is a value to all of it,” Margolin said. “Plus, I just disappeared to everybody. I only followed 350 and I was followed by 46,000.”
In his 20s Margolin ditched a short-lived modeling career to help Bouwer start his company from the designer’s Greenwich Village apartment. A regular at one of Equinox’s downtown club, Margolin often posted photos of his shirtless self. The favorable responses to his fitness-related posts made him consider getting

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So Nice – David Benoit & Marc Antoine

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So Nice

David Benoit & Marc Antoine

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: July 21, 2017

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Gifted – Marc Webb

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Gifted

Marc Webb

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: April 7, 2017


Octavia Spencer joins a celebrated cast in this wonderfully moving film. Frank Adler, a single man (Chris Evans), is dedicated to raising his spirited young niece Mary (Mckenna Grace), a child prodigy. But Frank and Mary’s happy life together is threatened when Mary’s mathematical abilities come to the attention of her grandmother (Lindsay Duncan) – who has other plans for her granddaughter.

© © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Marc Cohn

Marc Cohn

Genre: Country

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 8, 1991

© ℗ 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

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Sunken Cathedral: Classics for Kids – Marc Neikrug & Pinchas Zukerman

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Sunken Cathedral: Classics for Kids

Marc Neikrug & Pinchas Zukerman

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: August 21, 2015

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The Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2016 Beauty Look: You Probably Can’t Wear It, but You Have to See It

Marc Jacobs closed out New York Fashion Week with a bang last night. There's a reason his show is the one to watch for hair and makeup—it's always something fun, crazy, fearless, and completely unboring….


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Let Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls, and More Show You Around Marc Jacobs’s Spring 2016 Show

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Marc Jacobs may have transformed the Ziegfeld Theatre for “One Night Only!” as proclaimed the posters and Playbills, but you can relive the moment again and again with our exclusive video of the event. From Emily Ratajkowski’s rehearsal strut to the band breaking into a rendition of the Beastie Boys’s “Sabotage,” we’ve captured all the exciting and elusive moments inside the theater. Watch it unfold above.

 

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So much to process – on many levels.
 
That Marc Jacobs is one of fashion’s great impresarios is a given. Almost as much as he loves pure fashion, he loves fashion’s entertainment value, over the years becoming increasingly inclined to stage not just a fashion show, but a show. Both here and in Paris, his productions have swung raucous and wistful, lyrical and brash, always with pure fashion – and a pure, powerful fashion message – at the core.
 
On Thursday night, Jacobs flexed his showman’s muscle exponentially. The location, the Ziegfeld Theatre, provided the ruse: Movie magic! Drinks! Popcorn in cardboard! T-shirts in cardboard! “One Night Only” read the theater’s marquee outside on 54th Street, while inside, hot-pink video posters teased the main event, and pretty, fishnetted Marc Jacobs’ staffers worked the aisles distributing those movie-house essentials, Junior Mints and Hot Tamales.
 
From a fashion standpoint, the show was a bonanza, packed with great clothes and dizzying fun. But fun on a mission. This is Jacobs’ first collection following the dissolution of the Marc by Marc brand – but not the abandonment of the Marc by Marc price structure. In that sense, the event provided a template for what the reconfigured Marc

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When It-models Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, and Saskia de Brauw lined up backstage for their first rehearsal of Marc Jacobs’s elaborate Spring show, one of the event producers issued a friendly reminder: “This is not a graphic, strong Marc Jacobs walk; it’s more of a smooth, red carpet walk.” The advice was fitting for the first leg of Hadid & Co’s journey down the runway, which started with an outdoor red carpet pose for the paparazzi on 54th Street and ended with an aisle-crossing romp inside New York City’s historic Ziegfeld Theatre as the Brian Newman Orchestra performed a live rendition of the Beastie Boys’s “Sabotage.”

And the hits just kept coming. As the designer’s exuberant lineup of Americana-inflected looks unfurled on the runway—grunge-era sweaters (replete with tiny holes!); wide-shouldered 1940s silhouettes, hints of rollergirl disco—they called to mind something of a knockout sartorial mix tape, spinning Jacobs’s favorite design codes into something that was at once familiar and radically new.

But the excitement didn’t stop at the neck. “It has a lot of attitude, it’s got a lot of style, it’s downtown, it’s very Marc,” said backstage hairstylist Guido Palau of the deconstructed, decadent updos he was saturating with Redken Guts 10 volumizing foam and a lot of hairspray. Palau reference Courtney Love when describing the “raw” feel each individualized, forehead-swept style was meant to evoke—an image that came alive when model Marjan Jonkman strutted down the center aisle to close the show with a bejeweled hair comb affixed across her plastered down, platinum fringe.

 



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If the look called to mind the glittering tiara that Love once famously wore in the ’90s—or the manic prom queen cover of Hole’s Live Through This album—perhaps it was no coincidence. “It’s kind of like an East Village girl that looks like [she’s] been out all night,” makeup artist François Nars confirmed of the messy strokes of bright blue eye paint he smeared with Vaseline from the inner corner of the eyes outward, for a lived-in feel. He used up to six coats of his inky black Audacious Mascara to create a similar, spidery effect on the lashes of models Irina Shayk, Kendall Jenner, and Gossip frontwoman Beth Ditto before adding a faint, pale pink stain to lips that appeared as if it had been wiped off.

Nars, who has been working with Jacobs for nearly three decades, also happened to be backstage at the designer’s infamous 1992 grunge collection for Perry Ellis, which members of the fashion crowd reminisced about fondly tonight. “The great thing about Marc is that he’s still as excited as he was when he was starting,” Nars reflected. “He doesn’t compromise, he doesn’t care how crazy it will be. He just follows his instincts.”



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From Bella Hadid to Beth Ditto, Every Amazing Detail From Marc Jacobs’ Epic Fashion Show

Marc Jacobs closed out New York Fashion Week with a bang. Only minutes ago, the designer, a self-proclaimed film buff, presented his spring 2015 fashion show at the legendary Ziegfeld Theater, Hollywood's favorite East Coast…


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MARC’S FOLLIES: Liza premiered “Cabaret” there. Woody Allen chose it to open “Manhattan.” And now the historic Ziegfeld Theatre on West 54th Street will host Marc Jacobs’ spring show.
The designer has chosen the movie house — the last single-screen theater in Manhattan and the site of dozens of premieres and screenings from 1969 to the present — to show his spring collection. It will be the first time since 2004 Jacobs has shown outside of either the Park or the Lexington Avenue armories.
Though a spokesman for the brand was tight-lipped on details — “He’s incredibly protective about elements of the show,” the spokesman said, referring to Jacobs — this one looks to be something of a production. One clue might be in the hashtag for social media: #marcjacobspremiere.
In fact, to allow guests time to absorb all the elements of the setup, doors will open earlier than usual, at 5:15 p.m. and the show will begin at 6 p.m. on the dot.

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Marc Jacobs to Party for Chris von Wangenheim Book

PHOTO REALISM: In the annals of great photographers of the Seventies, the late German Chris von Wangenheim is often left out. He died too young, in a car accident at 39, to be remembered alongside peers like Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin. In a new book from Rizzoli, “Gloss,” brothers Mauricio and Roger Padilha attempt to bring von Wangenheim into the mainstream, much like they did for late insider-y figures like designer Stephen Sprouse and illustrator Antonio Lopez, the subjects of their previous coffee-table books. An encyclopedic student of the era, Marc Jacobs is greeting the publication by throwing a party on the first Thursday of New York Fashion Week and selling a limited edition T-shirt, with proceeds going to the Ali Forney Center for homeless lesbian and gay youth. A note of caution about the dress code, though: Think Studio 54 glamour. “No flat shoes. No matte surfaces. No natural looks,” the invitation reads.

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Marc E. Bassy – “That’s Love” ft Ty Dolla $ign

Marc E. Bassy dropped a new song “That’s Love” ft. Ty Dolla $ ign and produced by D. Brooks, Nic Nac & NGHTxNGHT. The song is a gem and follows up Marc’s East Hollywood EP that was FIRE! Do not sleep on this kid, he’s packing out shows and he’s got the ladies swooning for his crooning. Def a dope one to check for!

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Following a strong response to the first leak from his upcoming album “2 More Words”, Symba calls on fellow Bay Area artist Marc E. Bassy for his new single “Stuck In My Ways”. Produced by No Name Tim. You can expect the full project to drop early September.


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Marc Anthony: The Concert From Madison Square Garden – Marc Anthony

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Marc Anthony: The Concert From Madison Square Garden

Marc Anthony

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: December 18, 2001


Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winner Marc Anthony gives a spectacular performance from The Garden. The concert features hits from his smash English-language debut album Marc Anthony, along with some of his Spanish-language classics.

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The Beach Boys: Live In Concert – Marc Bennet

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The Beach Boys: Live In Concert

Marc Bennet

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 19.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: December 1, 2012


With 56 U.S. Top 100 hits, 36 Top Ten hits, 4 Number One singles, and over 100 million records sold, The Beach Boys are America's greatest band. To celebrate their remarkable 50 year career, Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and David Marks have joined together for the first time in over two decades for a historic world tour. "The Beach Boys: Live In Concert" captures the band's electrifying performances of 21 songs, including classics, album cuts, and new songs, highlighting their enduring impact on pop culture. For fans of all ages, this is the concert of a lifetime.

© © 2012 Brother Records, Inc. Under exclusive license to BlastMusic.

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The Amazing Spider-Man – Marc Webb

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The Amazing Spider-Man

Marc Webb

Genre: Action & Adventure

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Release Date: July 3, 2012


Peter Parker is going back to high school in The Amazing Spider-Man as a teenager dealing with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises.

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Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants – Marc Anthony, Tito Nieves, Oscar D’León, José Alberto “El Canario”, Nora from Orquesta De La Luz, Charlie Zaa, Cheo Feliciano, Andy Montañez, Luis Enrique & Willy Chirino

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Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants

Marc Anthony, Tito Nieves, Oscar D’León, José Alberto "El Canario", Nora from Orquesta De La Luz, Charlie Zaa, Cheo Feliciano, Andy Montañez, Luis Enrique & Willy Chirino

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

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Release Date: June 25, 2013


Last summer, over 12,000 music fans gathered at the “Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival” to witness a once in a lifetime concert experience as a select group of renowned salsa musicians came together for a historical one night event. This summer, that experience will be immortalized forever as “Salsa Giants” released under the production of musical director and producer Sergio George through Top Stop Music. Performances included Marc Anthony, Oscar D’León, Cheo Feliciano, Luis Enrique, Andy Montañez, Willy Chirino, José Alberto “El Canario”, Tito Nieves, Nora from the “Orquesta de la Luz” and Charlie Zaa. Hits included Aguanile, Yo No Sé Mañana, Mi Bajo y Yo, Discúlpeme Señora, Fabricando Fantasías, Un Disco Más, Medias Negras, Casi Te Envidio, Tu Amor Me Hace Bien, De Mí Enamórate, Mata Siguaraya, Anacaona, Salsa Caliente del Japón, y Valió La Pena. This feature: Sergio George Presents…Salsa Giants is anchored by lead single “Para Celebrar,” the only studio recording featuring all of the Salsa Giants on one track. Following the release, the Salsa Giants will embark on a Latin American tour throughout the Fall followed by a North American tour in 2014.

© © 2013 Top Stop Music

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Quantum of Solace – Marc Forster

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Quantum of Solace

Marc Forster

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: November 14, 2008


On a mission that leads him to Austria, Italy and South America, Bond discovers that Greene, conspiring to take total control of one of the world's most important natural resources, is forging a deal with the exiled General Medrano (Cosio). Using his associates in the organization, and manipulating his powerful contacts within the CIA and the British government, Greene promises to overthrow the existing regime in a Latin American country, giving the General control of the country in exchange for a seemingly barren piece of land.

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The Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Marc Jacobs, Tom Brady, and More

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Summer is the time for fun in the sun, for floral prints, and for taking your bucket hat and your wee babe out to relax on the sixth hole of some very scenic course, as Gisele and Tom Brady did. And really, hats off to this week’s most stylish Instagrammers, whether they were hatted in black leather à la Brooke Candy (necessarily subtle when paired with that bedazzled bike); piled on, as on YoYo Cao; or just the thing to top off some LemLem, as Liya Kebede did in an idyllic, sand-strewn locale. Those who stayed in the city—be it Rome, Paris, or New York—found other ways to keep cool in off-the-shoulder tops, cropped blouses, flowing floral prints, and the occasional artfully flounced sleeve, as was the case with Marc Jacobss crimson Gucci blouse. Designers supporting each other—what could be more fashionable than that?

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Marc Chagall’s Wild Designs for Mozart’s The Magic Flute Are at the Fenimore Art Museum

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In 1967, when a new production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute opened at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera, the steady pulse of the opera world was sent racing. The costumes and sets had been reimagined by Marc Chagall, the then 79-year-old Belorussian artist responsible for painting the ceiling of the Paris Opera House, and for installing two gigantic murals alongside the Met’s grand staircase (the latter became famous again in 2009 when the cash-strapped opera house was forced to put them up as collateral against a loan).



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Chagall’s production design, the subject of an exhibition this summer at the Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, New York, created plenty of buzz back then, not all good. “All I had heard around the Metropolitan in the weeks preceding the premiere boded ill for the multi-colored, fanciful, way-out sets and costumes,” wrote Speight Jenkins, Jr. for the Times Herald. “Every bad rumor was wrong. From beginning to end, the welter of color created the non-realistic landscape which is the domain of Zauberflöte.”

But that “welter of color” irked others. Chagall’s efforts, which included the design of 39 stage curtains and 121 costumes and masks, were met with mixed reviews, cranky opera critics haranguing the artist for, essentially, making Mozart all about Chagall.

“Until last night, everybody thought that either Andrew Wyeth at the Whitney Museum or Paul Klee at the Guggenheim had the biggest one-man show in town,” grumbled John Canaday in the New York Times. “But it turns out to be Marc Chagall at the Metropolitan Opera.” He added: “A lot depends on which you want more, Mozart or Chagall. This reporter has a greater weakness for Mozart, which made the evening extremely wearing for him.”



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Alan Rich, writing for the World Journal Tribune, described a scene in which art-besotted operagoers burst into “wild applause” with “each new stage picture,” an experience that, no doubt, distracted from the music. “By the end of last evening, many members of the Metropolitan Opera House’s audience were convinced that Marc Chagall had not only designed the new production of The Magic Flute, but had also composed the music, written the libretto, sung the major roles, and conducted,” Rich lamented, then punctuated that flight of hyperbole with one last athletic eye roll: “If you admire Chagall’s art, a trip to the Met’s new Flute is at least as valid as a trip to the Museum of Modern Art. And, furthermore, you can divert your attention from it all (with a little effort, to be sure) and have Mozart’s incredible opera thrown in as a bonus.”

Despite initial backlash, Chagall’s production stayed in rotation until the 1981–82 season. In the decades since, other big-name artists have tried their hand at designing The Magic Flute, notably David Hockney for the Met and Maurice Sendak for the Houston Grand Opera (Sendak, wrote the New York Times Magazine, felt Chagall’s production lacked imagination, and that he had “merely imposed his shtetl symbolism on the opera.”) Since retirement, Chagall’s designs have, for the most part, been filed away in the Met’s dusty basement archives. But this summer, fans whose weakness for Marc rivals or outshines their weakness for Wolfgang, are in luck: The Fenimore Art Museum has unearthed several of the artist’s original costumes, along with masks and other production paraphernalia, and relocated the lot to Cooperstown for display through December.

“Chagall was a big music fan, Mozart in particular,” Chris Rossi, the exhibition’s curator, tells Vogue.com over the phone. “His ideas of perfection were the Bible and The Magic Flute. This must have been pure heaven for him.”



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That sense of delight comes across loud and clear: The costumes, divorced from the operatic setting, are beautiful, appearing, as Rich wrote nearly 50 years ago, like “Chagall paintings wrapped around people.” Among those on display are the artist’s feathery take on the bird-catchers, Papagena and Papageno (“in amazingly good shape, considering it’s covered in feathers” notes Rossi); his dusty rose and violet gown for the princess Pamina; a set of sun and star-adorned robes in jewel-tone greens and blues for the fatherly Sarastro; a wildly painted cobalt and aubergine silk chiffon and linen gown for the Queen of the Night (“If I could wear any costume in the exhibit, I would wear this one,” says Rossi); and a gold-lamé jacket-and-pant ensemble for the flute-playing hero Tamino, punctuated by an orange tie-dyed silk sash.

“It looks to me like something that would have been influenced by the Beatles, by India,” Rossi speculates about Tamino’s flair. “It could be me reading into it, but it definitely looks like something of what was happening in the world was sneaking in.” A Chagall homage to the counterculture? “He was really hip,” laughs Rossi. “I’ll just say it. It’s amazing.”

For an even more modern take on Mozart’s 1791 opera, museum visitors can head over to the local Glimmerglass Festival, where a new, completely contemporary production of The Magic Flute, directed by Madeline Sayet, goes up on Friday, and runs through August 23. “We were interested in exploring contemporary people trying to find balance and wholeness in life, finding oneself in nature,” I am told by the production’s costume designer Kaye Voyce, most recently responsible for outfitting Ewan McGregor and Maggie Gyllenhaal in last winter’s Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing. “Even in their most extreme, the costumes are definitely clothing.”

Voyce plans to see the Chagall show, but has been too slammed to make it yet (“honestly, the legacy and history of this piece is incredibly daunting!” she admits). For her own take, she looked at a range of influences: everything from technical gear to hunter camouflage to traditional Native American garb to neoclassical dresses. Her Queen of the Night will wear a twenties Madeleine Vionnet–inspired beaded gown that “feels like a dress you could wear to a gala.” Pamina wears a sweater skirt from Brooks Brothers Black Fleece. Sarastro has a coat made out of a neoprene fabric that could be mistaken for Alexander Wang. “We tried to figure out what it would look like at some deep secret lab at Apple where everything new is created,” she explains.

But it’s the hunter gatherer Papagena, who visually steals the show, spending two scenes encased in full 3-D camouflage—the type of fake grass and leaf-adorned, Big Foot–resembling getup that you might find skulking next to a rack of shotguns at your local Cabela’s.

“It’s called a Ghillie suit,” Voyce explains excitedly about her own over-the-top moment. “In the opera she’s supposed to appear in disguise. We thought that’s perfect! It kind of makes you look like a monster, but it’s great.”

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“Peace”: Chatting with O.A.R.’s Marc Roberge, Jordy Towers of SomeKindaWonderful and Iamsu!, Plus Don Flemons and Mike Sempert Exclusives

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A Conversation with O.A.R.’s Marc Roberge

Mike Ragogna: Hey Marc, it looks like O.A.R.’s bringing peace to the world!

Marc Roberge: [laughs] The song is getting out there, we’re super-psyched about it. That was super funny.

Ragogna: Hey, seriously, what do you think of what’s going on in the world relative to the message of your song?

Roberge: Well that’s a really good question. Look… When I wrote this song, maybe it was for selfish purposes, right? I was at a point in my life where I’d done rock ‘n’ roll for a long period of time, I’d developed so much of a familial bond with the band members and myself. We had grown up together, we were out on this road, we’d all developed families at home as well and things began to really pick up steam. Life on the road went by in a flash. We’d been out there for years and all of a sudden something in real life maybe goes wrong and then you have to re-evaluate, “What’s important to me? Advancing this band and getting out there and touring and touring and touring, or being at home and advancing my life and my family?” All these things had come to a head where we’re standing somewhere and I’m thinking to myself, “I really want to write a song that brings me the peace of mind that I’ve been looking for.” It’s selfish in the sense that this song was written about inner peace, about really getting to the point where you can lift the weight of a few years off your shoulders and be able to pay attention again to music in the way you did when you started, full of love, full of wonder, full of adventure, all of those things. That was the peace we were looking for. But then as we developed the song and wrote it, we realized you could put it in the context of a relationship with the world. In any sense, we’re always looking for peace of mind. So today, as I’m sitting here as a thirty-five year old father of two, and I’m very concerned with things as they sit around the world and the way we handle things.

I was concerned in 2007, I didn’t understand what Iraq was about, so we went there and spent a week trying to understand a little bit what was going through the hearts and minds of our troops then. That helped me develop an even more clear position on it. With what’s currently going on there, I feel like I need to educate myself more in order to have an opinion. All I know is that certain things make us feel better. Certain breaks make us feel confident. For me, getting music out of my system and out there every night is a way that I address my world and find my peace through music. I’m just curious what the outcomes of these things will be. What they use to help them get through much more serious situations, but it does worry me as a father, the example we may set in the world of taking action over diplomacy. I just am worried. But I’m an observer at this point, and to even give you any more deep of an opinion I’d probably have to go learn more about the situation.

Ragogna: And, of course, I only asked the question considering the song’s relevance to what’s currently happening in the world.

Roberge: No, it makes sense because when we were sitting in that room writing that song in a basement in Nashville, we said it like, “Wow, even Abu Nazir wants peace,” you know, the character on Homeland? Not jokingly, what we were trying to say is everyone is tired. Everyone’s at the point now where you’ve seen your friends and your family go back and forth to Iraq and Afghanistan so many times. You’ve seen this go on, you’ve seen the economic downturn and how these things have an effect on everybody’s lives where everyone’s tired. Everyone wants a break. Everyone wants a second, third, fourth, fifth chance at this thing. I have learned so much about it from my friend Paul Rieckhoff at IAVA, talking about Iraq and Afghanistan vets and how, really, all they want is another shot at this, another chance to get back into society and give it another go after serving. There’s so much of that going on and I think everyone can relate to the fact that we all as human beings really deserve multiple chances at that restart button when turbulent times come. I think the entire society’s tired.

Ragogna: What did you think of the Mount Carmel-Holy Rosary School performance of “Peace”?

Roberge: You mean on The Today Show? Oh my God, they’re amazing. We’ve developed a relationship with the children’s scholarship fund, which in New York provides scholarship to kids in the Bronx to go to school at Mount Carmel, because the public schools aren’t given them the opportunities they need or the programs they deserve. It was so cool to see them come into the city–first of all they had to be there at five fifteen in the morning, that was the first commitment. Five fifteen to eleven is a long day for kids to have to sit around in the studio but they came in with such a good attitude, it really brought a light to the performance. I honestly think that they were the difference maker between just a regular performance on TV in the morning and something that made us all feel tingly and it made us all feel like we were doing something special. I went to P.S. 22 the next day and heard the kids sing there and man, there’s no medicine that can top that.

Ragogna: When people hear the message from your recording and it actually resonates, it’s got to be gratifying.

Roberge: Oh my God, are you kidding me? I referenced back to that moment when I was writing it, and I’m not trying to BS you or anything here, I literally felt like something had lifted off my shoulders and this thing was going to enable us as a group to continue to move forward. Not just like lateral movement forward, we wanted to move upward in this thing in that we wanted to get ourselves some more time to express ourselves in music. The only way to do that these days is have a song that connects with the masses in a way that enables you to get out on the road for five years and really work, and then it enables your albums. It enables so much more than really slugging it out, because you’re slugging it out anyway. This is something that you never count on. You don’t say to yourself, “Well first I’m going to have a hit single, then I’m going to do this and do this.” Doing this interview is a prime example that people know it exists. That’s like the hardest and biggest hurdle in the music business, to get your song to a level where people are just aware of it. It’s like a snowball going downhill, you have no control over when it stops rolling, but I’m enjoying watching it grow.

Ragogna: Does it feel like a little bit of a reset button’s been hit for the group? Obviously, it doesn’t erase your success to this point, but it sort of feels like a whole new chapter has begun.

Roberge: Absolutely! I look at this thing in a very honest fashion, because you have no choice, right? When you start out in a band everything is imaginative, everything is an adventure. Then you get out there for ten years and it becomes, “Okay, how do we maintain this adventure?” because at any point in time it flatlines and you just continue and it’s cool. That’s totally fine, but you really have to rearrange your entire business and rearrange how you’re going to do things when you have employees and you have everything you’re talking about, and it does completely add a booster. You could look at it like this… When we’re trying to get up into the upper atmosphere and out into outer space, we need boosters, correct? Or else we just kind of hang and we went as high as we could go. It’s not a matter of money, it’s not a matter of numbers, it’s a boost to get out to that next part. This song enables that, and to watch it is like standing aside from yourself and watching as it happens. If you expect it to happen, you’re only setting yourself up for letdowns. We absolutely needed this in order to continue growing. We want to grow and this song is an enabler.

Ragogna: That ties into your new album Rockville, O.A.R.’s getting back “home” and to its musical roots.

Roberge: Exactly. That’s the entire project, the entire motion behind it, the naming of the album, going from the first track and on. “Two Hands Up” is basically surrendering. It’s a love song to the city. “We came from here, now we’re coming back, we surrender.” And the end of the album, the very last lyric is, “Just keep believing.” Throughout our entire journey, we have gotten so incredibly lucky through a lot of hard work, but then we were faced with real issues. At a point about three years ago, we were faced with very serious real-life stuff that made me re-evaluate everything about music, touring, and living this lifestyle. My wife got extremely sick and, thank God, I can say today that she’s cancer-free. She’s doing awesome but it came at a time when we had no real label, no real management. We were trying to work, so many things happened, and then real-life stuff happened that forced us to evaluate, “How do we take care of our people?” That’s what’s number one. Once we accomplished that, once everyone committed to taking care of our home base, and the people who meant everything to us, a few years later we write “Peace,” she gets healthy, the business starts to thrive again and we all get a label.

Vanguard’s doing an incredible job, the management team’s doing an incredible job, and health is everywhere. We wrote “Peace,” the weight went away. We dedicated the album to Rockville and we started to go there every other week or so. We recorded some demos, wrote some songs, went to Nashville, reconnected with Nathan Chapman and Blair Daly and Kevin Kadish down there, went to New York and my spot. It all became a very personal, year-long experience to declare that we are committed to the imagination part of music again, reinvigorated and reset–because we faced something that made us turn it off for a second–and just empower your home base. It sounds cheesy, man, but it’s not just an album. This is our moment to just recognize where we come from, because that is who developed us into strong enough people to reinvigorate this band thing. We’re at a point now where we are more together. It feels like this album’s a celebration of that. The only way we knew how to do that was to dedicate it to where we come from, because that shaped us.

Ragogna: Michael Stipe probably isn’t very happy about your going back to Rockville.

Roberge: [laughs] It’s funny, at my wedding in DC–my wife and I are both from Rockville, she was my high school best friend–we go to get married in DC, the Vote For Change tour is in town so at the hotel is Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam, Stipe, Springsteen and everyone. So all my guests are psyched, they think it’s the rock ‘n’ roll wedding, but I have nothing to do with this, I’m just lucky that they’re in the hotel. Stipe walked through our photos. I have wedding photos of Michael Stipe creeping through our photos. I’ve never met the guy, but that is a super cool “Don’t Go Back To Rockville” caught at Rockville moment.

Ragogna: And let’s name drop one more time. Your group, sir, is touring with Phillip Phillips.

Roberge: Yeah, we’re out with Phillip Phillips right now. This is like the sixth show of the tour.

Ragogna: How is that going so far?

Roberge: There is a great energy on this tour. We come into summer tour with such excitement all the time, but we also right now are really feeling the sense of thankfulness. Every day we’re out here and there are crowds and it’s bigger than last year, there’s more awareness than last year and the album’s really popping. We’re in this super happy, jovial mood, right? So when we came up on the road we came in hot, like really excited, and now it’s really cool because you’re like six days deep and the affection is everywhere. Everyone on this thing is psyched. We got up and stage and played together last night, there was a really good vibe in the air, the bands started to talk to each other and that clicked the summer camp vibe that we love on the road so much, that’s what we’re so excited for all the time. So to be out here with a bunch of musicians who feel the same way we do is the total icing on the cake. This is not a business thing, everyone’s just happy as hell to be here, and that’s what makes the fan base so happy to be here too.

Ragogna: I love the summer camp mention.

Roberge: That’s what it is, it’s summer camp! The pizza night, and everyone stays up hanging in the parking lot, it’s those types of feelings that you got at summer camp but now we’re just in busses.

Ragogna: What advice do you have for new artists?

Roberge: Oh man, I say the same thing every time, it’s literally the one thing that turns me on or turns me off about a new artist. If they are willing to play anywhere at any time, drop of the hat, create some music and do it with all their heart, boom. That’s what you need to do. A lot of these younger bands come up and, basically, they want to be famous. They don’t want to be in a band, they don’t want to be an artist. My nephews and cousins are young and I say to them, “listen, you can’t go in thinking you want to be famous, you’ve got to think that you want to play music every day for twenty five years.” If that’s in your heart and you’re willing to do that, and do it when there are five people in the audience and still sweat it out, that’s what separates it. People say, “Well, everyone’s on YouTube.” Great, that’s awesome, more music for the world. But it’s still going to separate at some point the people who want to get out there and play live music and the people who don’t, and I think that’s what separates, in my opinion, what a young artist can do.

Ragogna: It seems like you guys took your advice.

Roberge: Well, yeah. We only learned it from the bands that came before us. We watched The Grateful Dead, Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, incredible live acts who loved playing shows. Pearl Jam, in my opinion, is one of the greatest jam bands of all time. You never consider them a jam band, but if you go to a concert, they’re jamming harder than any band I’ve ever seen. We learned that coming up. My brother’s band would stay in our basement, a seven-piece band coming through town stinking up the basement, eating all our food, sleeping on the floor and that’s what they wanted. That’s what I wanted to do. Later on, I have kids and stuff and I’m still in that mindset. My kids are always psyched. They look at rock ‘n’ roll like I did; it’s a cool thing to pass down.

Ragogna: And there’ll be more singles from the album, obviously. Are you in jittery anticipation of anything coming up?

Roberge: I’m always cautiously optimistic when it comes to singles and that type of thing. I always have my plan. I know from the beginning I was always saying “Peace” had to be the first single. There was a lot of talk back and forth about what would be the first single but for me the only way I could express this album the way I wanted to was for people to understand that it comes from a pure place and we’re not going for a pop hit song off the bat. There are pop songs on this album, I just didn’t want that to be the first exposure. My plan was always “Peace” and then, hopefully, we’ll come out with another single. At this point, “Peace” is doing so well and I’m so happy about it that whatever the company chooses is fine with me. I’ll let them do their business at this point.

Ragogna: So you like your new home, Vanguard, huh.

Roberge: Vanguard’s awesome, dude. Vanguard is a killer label. We didn’t even sign the deal until the album was pretty much done and ready to go out. They worked with us creatively in the sense that we all wanted to make sure we were all in on it, and they are very much all in on it. We’ve all spent a lot of time together working on this thing. It’s exciting.

Ragogna: Plus their roster is pretty full and pretty powerful with folks like Matt Nathanson and so many others.

Roberge: Oh, just wait. I’ve got a bunch of friends of mine that are, hopefully, finishing up deals with them. You know how the record labels used to be, a bunch of bands that know each other? Their friends all on the same label touring and doing all these things? That’s what we’re trying to get going. Matt and I have always been close, we’ve always been friends, but they’ve got some people coming that we can’t wait for. It’s looking good.

Transcribed by Galen Hawthorne

DON FLEMONS’ “AIN’T IT A GOOD THING”

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photo credit: Tim Duffy

According to Dom Flemons, also with Carolina Choclate Drops…

“I first heard this song from the definitive recording made by Memphis songster Frank Stokes. In 2006, when I first went to the Mt. Airy Fiddler’s Convention in North Carolina, I bought a copy of Will Slayden’s album African-American Banjo Songs from West Tennessee from John Hatton’s CD store. The album floored me. The last song on the record was a banjo tune called ‘Good Thing Got More Than One,’ which shared the same chorus as the Stokes song. Stokes performed in the ‘old breakdown style’ that was popular around the turn of the century. This is the music that inspired W.C. Handy in his composition ‘The Memphis Blues,’ and it is also the root of the dance music known as ‘Crump’–its name is derived from Boss Crump, who ran Memphis during Frank Stokes’ time. The song is deep on so many levels without even mentioning its subject matter.”

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A Convsersation with SomekindaWonderful’s Jordy Towers

Mike Ragogna: You all must be feeling “SomeKindaWonderful” with hit your “Reverse.”

Jordy Towers: [laughs] Oh it’s amazing, man. I was doing music for twenty years, and last night at the show, I was like, “I don’t even have to sing, I’m performing the song and the crowd is singing the chorus!” I’ve never had that feeling before. It’s pretty surreal at this point.

MR: So far, it looks like you’ve got best new song of the year this week from Los Angeles 98.7 and you’re the third most Shazam-ed track in Los Angeles.

JT: Yeah, it’s pretty amazing. I’m excited. We have a whole album full of songs and each one is a different story. I can’t wait to write the next album about all this stuff, you know?

MR: Here’s a question you’ve probably been asked a lot. What’s the band’s creative process like and what’s the recording process?

JT: It usually starts with either an idea or a guitar riff. Matthew [Koma] will play a riff and we’ll love it, we’ll take it home and then I write the song. I’m pretty quick with lyrics, about twenty minutes, thirty minutes. I pretty much have a lyrical idea down and then Ben puts the finishing touches on it with Sara on the vocals. It’s a collective thing; we have a process.

MR: Have you been inspired to create even more because of your recent success?

JT: That’s a really great question. That is what’s happening right now. We’re doing a lot of covers. Actually, we did the “California Love” cover, we did the Biggie one, the Juicy one. We’re coming up with ideas of other stuff to cover, so it’s inspiring us in a different way. We’re in live show mode now so we want to create on the fly. We’re like on freestyle missions. It’s a really great time. We feel super-free to do whatever we want and we’re going to start writing the next album soon.

MR: Taking a cue from one of your song titles, who’s the “Caveman” of the group?

JT: I think I’m probably the caveman. Every man has a caveman in him. At the core of us, we’re just human. We’re just apes, beyond what society thinks we should be. We’re all just gorillas.

MR: Jordy, what inspired the name “SomeKindaWonderful”?

JT: I guess the name SomeKindaWonderful came from the feeling that we felt after we made our first couple of songs. That’s the only word that came to mind for me. We looked it up, we were like, “There has to be a band called SomeKindaWonderful” and then there wasn’t so we were like, “Psht, that’s perfect. We’ll be the first band called SomeKindaWonderful.” I just love that expression, anyway. SomeKindaWonderful’s not really a word, it’s an expression, and that’s what our music is. Just expression.

MR: You know what else is wonderful? The concept of recording a song three hours after that Ohio bar incident. You want to go into that?

JT: Oh man, so I’m sure you’ve heard it a million times. I basically went out to Cleveland on a soul-searching mission, went to visit some family and I stumbled into this bar and I meet the guys. We had a couple beers, Matt had his guitar on him, and we just had chemistry as people first. The music was just simple, it was pretty easy. We wrote the melody to a verse right there, went to the studio and about three and a half hours, four hours later, it was done. We had a song.

MR: What’s the band’s camaraderie like?

JT: I think there’s just a certain level of humility with each one of us and I never really experienced that with a group of people before. I’ve been in bands before but I think this was just perfect timing for us as people, we’re all just in a certain time of our lives where we’re secure enough with ourselves and each other to be in a group of other people and be considerate and express ourselves and feel free.

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

JT: Oh, man. Do it yourself. I always tell everybody. Do it yourself. There are amazing sites out there and blogs and people who want new music. That’s their lifeblood. There are fan bases out there of people who just want new music. A lot of bands get caught up in needing radio play and needing all this stuff. You don’t need anything. You just need really good music. Just make some killer-ass music that you fully believe in and f**king put it out there. And send it to the right blogs. Send it to people. There are places like Hype Machine…people need to know about Hype Machine. There are ears ready to listen to new music. Don’t be afraid. And my main thing is make sure the music’s good. It’s got to be magic. You put out magic and the world will take notice.

MR: What are you expecting for the tour? How far is this catapult going to be slinging SomeKindaWonderful?

JT: Well, that’s a good question. We’re just kind of preparing for the album release. We’re going to our radio market. We’ve had a lot of love on radio, a lot of love online. We’re going to go hit them up, we’re going to go perform for them, we’re going to go show them that we’re worth their fandom. We’re going to support these records and we’re going to take it all the way, man. We’re going to take it as far as we can. We’re going to work hard for our fans and we’re going to work hard for our friends and our families and each other and we’re going to take this as far as it will go.

MR: So the future looks kinda wonderful.

JT: The future will be wonderful. We’re manifesting our futures to be incredible. We are SomeKindaWonderful.

Transcribed by Galen Hawthorne

MIKE SEMPERT’S “Finest Line”

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photo credit: Aubrey Trinnaman

According to “FInest Line”s director Justin Frahm …

“The video was shot at Ocean Beach in San Francisco over the course of two days. Filming at dusk yielded gorgeous light and color and contributed to the video’s natural and pure emotional connection to the song itself. The narrative of the video speaks to the cyclical nature of romance; to dreams, memory and magic. The floor lamp on the beach, much like a lighthouse to a sailor, is a symbol of home and of domesticity out in the wild.”

According to Mike Sempert, also of Birds & Batteries…

“This was the most fun I’ve had making a music video. Everyone involved was in it for the creative adventure and there was an undeniable sense of camaraderie throughout the shoots. It’s something I’ll always remember fondly and the video itself captures much of the magic I felt throughout the weekend.”

Tour Dates
6/20 Leggett, CA @ Hickey Music Festival
6/29 Culver City, CA @ Blind Barber (solo show)
7/16 Oakland, CA @ New Parish
7/17 Springfield, OR @ Plank Town Brewing
7/18 Seattle, WA @ Columbia City Theater
7/19 Tacoma, WA @ The Warehouse
7/20 Portland, OR @ Rontoms
8/16 Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg

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A Conversation with Iamsu!

Mike Ragogna: Iamsu!, you founded a hip-hop label, HBK Gang. How did this come together?

Iamsu!: It’s been a long time coming just me and my friends, we needed an avenue. There weren’t any labels offering what we wanted to do, so we created our own.

MR: What’s the label’s mission statement? What’s the vision?

Su: Our vision is to give a fresh perspective on Bay Area music, a reinterpretation of it. We want to introduce people to a new vibe of positive music.

MR: Who are the artists on the label?

Su: Me, P-Lo, Kool John, Jay Ant, Sage the Gemini, Dave Steezy, Rossi, CJ, and Skipper.

MR: What’s your own musical history?

Su: I started as a producer and writer, I wrote and produced for a lot of people first before I was an artist and then I put out my own independent album.

MR: How did your debut album Sincerely Yours come together?

Su: Really quickly actually – I recorded it in about 2 weeks . The bulk of it was recorded in about 2 weeks. Kuya Beats and Chief mixed it while I went on tour – they would send me versions of the song and I would edit. They played a big part in the mixing process.

MR: What’s your creative process?

Su: It comes from a bunch of different things, when I’m in the studio I like to put a nature documentary on, with the lights off for a super chill vibe.

MR: Your single “Only That Real” features 2 Chainz and Sage the Gemini and the album has more guests in Too $ hort, E-40, Wiz Khalifa, Kool John and others. How do you decide who will be right for which tracks and what do the guests ultimately add to your original project?

Su: I like when an artist brings their own energy to complete my vision for the song.

MR: You’re featured on Sage The Gemini’s hit “Gas Pedal.” Were you surprised how big the video blew up with 47 million views and it being a Top 5 hit?

Su: No, I wasn’t surprised, actually. I saw its potential when I first met him. I was really excited for him.

MR: In your opinion, what kind of innovations are you or your label’s acts presenting?

Su: We’re just people that do a lot of things really well. A lot of us produce, design and we’re really into our videos, artwork. We’re super hands on which a lot of artists aren’t any more with huge teams. We like to do it all.

MR: Su, what advice do you have for new artists?

Su: The most important thing is to really figure out what you want to represent as an artist and the best way to communicate that to everyone and finding the right channels to communicate that vision.

MR: What does the immediate future look like?

Su: Recording more music, going on the “Under the Influence of Music Tour” with Sage The Gemini, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, Ty Dolla $ ign, Rich Homie Quan, Mack Wilds and DJ Drama, trying to shoot a video for each track on the album, working on the HBK clothing line.
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