Dada Veda
Do What You Can
reviewed by Gary Levinson

Dada Veda’s latest album is Do What You Can. A rarity among children’s albums, Read the rest of this entry »

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Diipak
Dogma
reviewed by Gary Levinson

“I wasn’t born to be afraid” Diipak begins in “Live Today”, the last song on his first full-length album, Dogma. “Wow” I thought when I heard it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sons of Norway
a film by Jens Lien
reviewed by Gary Levinson

The people who go to see Sons of Norway can be divided into two groups.  The first is the group of people who may have Read the rest of this entry »

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Diane Arbus
Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
reviewed by Gary Levinson

Diane Arbus’s work is proof that over the past fifty years, society has made a noticeable change for the better.  Her photos take Read the rest of this entry »

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Periferic
Bogdan George Apetri

reviewed by Gary Levinson

I never thought I’d publish a review like this, and I certainly never planned to write one.  But this film just pushed me a step too far.  I’m fed and sick up of Read the rest of this entry »

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En Kongelig Affaere (A Royal Affair)
Nikolaj Arcel
Berlinale 2012 Film Festival
reviewed by Gary Levinson

En kongelig affaere is the story of Denmark’s 18th century king Christian VII, the rise to power in his court of Read the rest of this entry »

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Dada Veda
As The World Spins Around
reviewed by Gary Levinson

It may seem incongruous to start a review of an Indie music album - especially a spiritual Indie music album - with a quote from Steve Ballmer, Read the rest of this entry »

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Maria Müller
HÜLLEN
fsk Kino, Berlin
reviewed by Gary Levinson

As I was watching it, I didn’t expect to be writing a review about Hüllen (”Coverings”). After all, it’s not a fictional piece, but rather a sociology-documentary. Sometime later Read the rest of this entry »

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Homeless Yellow
God verses Saturn
reviewed by Gary Levinson

I thought the title of this CD was quite interesting: At first glance, I read it as “God versus Satan”, a simple good over evil story. Then on a second - closer - look, I realized it was Read the rest of this entry »

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Sahara
There is this place I go

reviewed by Gary Levinson

First class production, and catchy melodies make Sahara’s There is this place I go a very pleasant listen.

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