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Tindersticks: Hey Lucinda

Tinder sticks: Hey Lucinda
Film by Joe King & Rosie Pedlow
Colourist: Jason R Moffat
Tindersticks "Hey Lucinda" from new album 'The Waiting Room'
Release date: 22 January 2016

Note from singer / song writer Stuart Staples:

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David Bowie: Memory of a Free Festival (1970)

"Memory of a Free Festival" is a 1970 single by David Bowie. The song had originally been recorded in September 1969 as a seven-minute opus for Bowie's second self-titled album (reissued as Space Oddity in 1972). It was reworked in March-April 1970 at the behest of Mercury Records, the label believing that the track had a better chance of success as a single than "The Prettiest Star", released earlier in the year. Bowie and Tony Visconti roughly split the track in half, re-recording it so both halves could function as individual songs.

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Baaba Maal: Fulani Rock [Official Audio] out on 15 Jan 2016

Baaba Maal's 'Fulani Rock', the first single from his forthcoming album, 'The Traveller', due out January 15th 2016.

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Baaba Maal, the Senegalese master-musician and cultural warrior, has an electrifying new sound and exhilarating live presentation.

The Traveller, his imminent album, Baaba’s eleventh, is scheduled for release in January 2016, a mixture of roots African sounds and cutting-edge western electro elements.

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Short Art Film by Vasilisa Forbes: 'Wax' (3 Minute Cut)

Wax is part of a series that discusses the objectification of women in pop art and media through a visual arts campaign. The film will be screened at the London Short Film Festival 2016 (details below).

About the film:
The visual aspect of the video is arranged to appear at first as a conventional or commonly stylised 'fashion film', but as the narrative of both the music and subtitled lyrics develop, the underlying darkness and meaning of the film is revealed, descending into extreme objectification towards the end.

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Latest music video by film maker Bronwen Parker-Rhodes for Auf Togo

'The Basement' Music video for UK based band Auf Togo.
Credits: Directed, filmed and edited by Bronwen Parker-Rhodes

About Bronwen Parker-Rhodes
After graduating from Slade School of Fine Art with a 1st, Bronwen has produced and directed films for Channel 4, BBC, Nowness, Vice, Rihanna, Vivienne Westwood, Hunger TV and exhibited her films and photography worldwide.

Coming up:

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