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Public Address 14 May 2014 - The Genius of Gordillo

Public Address 14 May 2014 - The Genius of Gordillo

Comedy Festival 2: The Genius of Gordillo
10:34 May 14, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
John Gordillo’s New Zealand International Comedy Festival show, Cheap Shots at the Defenceless, is a careening, anxious meditation on a world of urgent, artificial intimacy; world in which brands anthropomorphise themselves and demand the kind of relationship we desire for…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/comedy-festival-2-the-genius-of-gordillo/

Weirder yet
10:30 May 13, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Yesterday on Facebook and then on the Dubdotdash blog, guitarist Aaron Tokona published the first part of a lengthy rant about his time playing on Kim Dotcom’s Good Times album. It is evident that he was disillusioned by the experience,…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/weirder-yet/

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