CFN Gazette staff
“Our family is relieved that justice has been served in honor of David, and so many others. We are grateful for all the immense sacrifices that so many have made to bring about this justice.
Help the world welcome the new Justice album with a pair of prog-tastic music vids.
There’s no denying the resounding influence of 1970s prog rock on Parisian electro-heads Justice (whom many have called the heirs to Daft Punk’s giant pyramid throne) and their much-anticipated second record, “Audio Video Disco,” which was released yesterday.
The two videos below do well to match the enormity of these new tracks, particularly “Civilization,” which literally has glowing, stampeding space buffalo trying to dodge falling boulders as the world falls apart. Glad to know that somebody other than Kanye West wants to bring back what bands like Yes and King Crimson loved about music.
Oklahoma County’s top prosecutor accuses the state Pardon and Parole Board of illegally considering the early release of some inmates.
News Phil Bacharach
Tim Sharp was shocked when he heard from his aunt last month that the
woman who had killed his father in a drunk-driving accident was up for
parole. The inmate, Maelene Chambers, had served only four years of a
10-year manslaughter prison sentence for the 2006 death, and Sharp knew
that manslaughter was one of more than 20 state crimes in which
offenders were required to serve at least 85 percent of their sentence.
Documentary Rod Lott
I can't believe — just. cannot. believe. — that Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory lost the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature this past spring. And to a football movie,
no less! It's another case of the jocks running ragged over the
outcasts, except these outcasts were able to effect something few docs
Country Louis Fowler
When something really catches my ear, I tend to imagine it in the
closing credits of a movie, and then I work backward, formulating a plot
and actors. “Never Gonna Be Enough,” the opening track on Red Dirt
rockers No Justice’s latest, America's Son, had me doing that within 10 seconds.
News of the Weird Chuck Shepherd
Loco parentis: First-time mother Amy Webb proudly notates dozens of data
points about her child each day and obsessively tracks their detailed
progression by computer on spreadsheets, according to the provocative
first-person account she wrote for Slate.com in July.