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Steve Van Zandt’s Soulfire
Springsteen henchman and Sopranos boss hits the road and classrooms
DAILY Music  May 24, 2018, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Give kids something they can use right now, you know? Get their attention right now, and music is the way to do that. You know, instead of taking that iPod out of your ears, tell us what you’re listening to and we’ll trace it back for you..."

The House of Tomorrow
Punk coming-of-age tale is a little too sweet for its own good.
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Film Review  May 18, 2018, by Marc Savlov
"...As Sebastian emerges from his ever hovering grandmother’s home into the light of day, Jared just wants to live a normal, punk rock life, if his ticker doesn’t go out on him, that is. (In a smart riff on the typical meet-cute setup, Jared blows Sebastian’s mind by playing him Los Angeles first-wavers the Germs on his iPod.) The two decide to form a band, of course they do, but will they name it Punkminster Fuller? So much at stake, and only two weeks before the big church talent show, too! Time to steal a bass guitar from the church basement and nail down those infamous three-chords-and-the-truth...."

Gimme Shelter: A Song for Margaret Moser
A stoned soul picnic of Rolling Stones for Wattser
DAILY Music  September 1, 2017, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Margaret and I once pledged that, upon the physical transcendence of one of our deities – Jagger, Richards, Watts – we’d fly to whatever destination to bend the knee and bow our heads. The night she died, after fulfilling the responsibilities our profession demanded between 2-4am, I killed the lights, lit a candle, and scrolled through her favorite Stones album on my iPod – Let It Bleed..."

Baby Driver
A heist goes wrong for a music-loving getaway driver
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Film Review  June 30, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...Baby Driver is behind the wheel, and what a kickass joyride it is. Filmmaker Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, The World’s End) has accomplished something truly original here: an action film choreographed to music, with the soundtrack supplied by an eclectic playlist of songs streaming from the iPod of an angel-faced daredevil who drives the getaway car for some brazenly dangerous bank robbers..."

Gay Place: 'Mo-tivator
Erica Nix wants to PUMP. YOU. UP!
Columns  December 17, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...HOLIDAY TROUBLES Bulimianne Rhapsody hosts a holiday open drag mic in the land of hot dogs. Bring a track on a flash drive or CD, play it off your phone or iPod, or email it to bulimianne@gmail.com It doesn't even have to be a holiday number..."

Rocky Horror Reissue – A Wild & Untamed Thing
A red vinyl adios to summer in Tim Curry’s lipstick
DAILY Music  September 1, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Counter to Alice Cooper, school’s in – forever. A line keeps repeating on my internal iPod: “There’s a light ....."

SXSW Film Review: Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine
Apple chief as both genius and grotesque in Alex Gibney doc
DAILY Screens  March 18, 2015, by Joe O'Connell
"...First there is the wunderkind magician Jobs, all charm/smirk, who seemingly pulled cultural change from his sleeve: Macintosh, iMac, iPhone, iPod, iPad. Then Gibney hammers us with the dark side: the man who originally denied he was a father to Lisa, then manned up and named an Apple computer after her; the vindictive businessman who lashed out at tech journalists who came into possession of an iPhone prototype; the guy who gave himself and pals sleazy backdated stock options while using overseas accounts to avoid taxes...."

Manufacturing Innovation
Will the next big thing be a product of inspiration, perspiration, or just dumb luck?
Screens Story  March 12, 2015, by Nora Ankrum
"...Or, as Jobs would say, they "think different," says Isaacson. Having conducted more than 40 interviews with Jobs over the course of two years, Isaacson found that Jobs' proudest achievements weren't products like the iPod or the Macintosh..."

Charles Attal Discusses C3/Live Nation Deal
“We needed each other”
DAILY Music  February 26, 2015, by Raoul Hernandez
"...AC: Who are your favorite groups? Who’s on your iPod? What does Charles Attal listen to?..."

Heaven Tonight
Toss punk. Flesh Lights coin fast-rock.
Music Story  October 30, 2014, by Tim Stegall
"...The two had already banded together – she on drums, he on keyboards – for the family gathering circuit, and even boasted original tunes. Ussery has their first collaboration, "Snow Day," on her iPod...."

ACL Music Fest 2014 Saturday Interviews – Second Weekend
2:30pm, Honda stage
Music Story  October 9, 2014, by Kahron Spearman
"...You can hear all those sounds in my music. I would play over Nine Inch Nails on my iPod when I was younger..."

The Good Eye: She of Many Hats (and Antlers)
Learn a little more about the woman who parties like it's 1929
Columns  August 14, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...Maybe alchemy's the wrong word, but you're taking this flat thing and putting it through the machine .... It's way more magical than pushing a button on an iPod..."

Summer Fun: Jean Grae on the San Marcos River
Femcee summer floats of days gone by
DAILY Music  May 14, 2014, by Nina Hernandez
"...Yelling Jeanius out my bedroom window during the dog days of summer. Loading up my first iPod shuffle with “Love Song” and “The Time is Now.”..."

Summer Fun: Into the Mystic of High Road Pool
Plunging back in time with my iPod
DAILY Music  May 13, 2014, by William Harries Graham
"...Maybe it’s their first time swimming; often it is. I float as I watch them and my iPod clicks to Inland Sky: “Little hands, the world is yours/ Hold it close with open arms/ I see me in you.”..."

Meet Christiane Swenson
You might recognize the surname via South by Southwest
DAILY Music  March 20, 2014, by William Harries Graham
"...CS: When I was really little, my parents loaded the Beatles onto my iPod and I’ve never looked back. Since then I’ve added Green Day, Sex Pistols, Weezer..."

Tartuffe
David Long's direction of this Molière comedy infuses what could be a dusty antique with light and life
Arts Review  February 21, 2014, by Stacy Alexander Evans
"...The decision to cast a young actor, Jose Antonio Rodriguez, in the role of Tartuffe, turns out to be a good one, as it makes his seduction of Elmire all the saucier. Although very attractive, Liz Beckham's Elmire appears old enough to have mothered this cardigan-clad, iPod-adorned Tartuffe, and thus, l'imposteur comes off as a cross between Eddie Haskell and an aggro version of Dustin Hoffman's character in The Graduate...."

Vinyl’s Tin Cup Chalice
Finyl vinyl thoughts from the stacks of Antone’s Records
DAILY Music  January 15, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...(Check.) Then I spent an afternoon on South Beach. I got it the moment “Tin Cup Chalice” poured pedal steel into my iPod...."

More Ass, Less Asana
Austin Naked Yoga and the quest for firmer thighs and inner peace
DAILY Qmmunity  January 6, 2014, by Lawrence Everett Forbes
"...His soothing tenor permeated the room as soft notes rose from an acoustic guitar. His eclectic iPod playlist featured a well-curated selection of new age, world, and Top-40 music..."

Playback: Fun Fun Fun Fest 8
Fun Fun Fun Fest finally arrives
Music Column  November 8, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"..."Also, we now focus on making the best lineup for everyone, not just the best for my iPod."..."

Fun Fun Fun Fest Interview: Graham Williams
Transmission booker dishes on who’s coming – and who’s not
DAILY Music  November 5, 2013, by Kevin Curtin
"...These days we get bigger acts because we’re conscious of having more people to please and a bigger space to fill. Also we focus on making the best lineup for everyone – not just the best for my iPod...."

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