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Holler If Ya Hear Me Opening Night Party - Arrivals

Saul Williams - Holler If Ya Hear Me opening night party held at Gotham Hall - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Friday 20th June 2014

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Holler If Ya Hear Me Opening Night - Arrivals

Saul Williams family - Holler If Ya Hear Me opening night at the Palace Theatre - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Friday 20th June 2014

Moogfest 2014 Gets To The Heart Of Electronic Music With Shows From Kraftwerk And Pet Shop Boys


Kraftwerk Flying Lotus Pet Shop Boys Dan Deacon Tiga Black Dice Janelle Monae Dillon Francis Lapalux Riff Raff Moderat Daedelus Chic Nile Rodgers Factory Floor Mia Saul Williams King Britt Just Blaze

MoogFest 2014

Named after America's main pioneer in the world of electronic music, Robert Moog, Moogfest is finally back after a brief sabbatical which saw them miss 2013 - to much disappointment from electronic lovers everywhere.

The much-adored Moog synthesizer is an incredible piece of equipment invented by a man who changed music for the better, so the fact that there's a weekend event named sharing the name is a thrilling prospect for musicians and fans alike. It began in 2004 and was eventually brought to Asheville, North Carolina in 2008 where it has stayed ever since. Not only have festival goers got a first-class music line-up to look forward to, Moogfest 2014 will also be hosting presentations during the day from both veteran music boffins to newcomers still experimenting with developing their sound. For all you synth-lovers out there, you will also be treated to various workshops which will no doubt give you an immersive experience into the heart of electronic music.

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Afro Punk Festival - Day One

Saul Williams - Afro Punk Festival - Day One at the Commodore Barry Park - Brooklyn, New York, United States - Sunday 25th August 2013

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Picture - Saul Williams Beverly Hills, California, Monday 15th September 2008

Saul Williams Monday 15th September 2008 The Premiere of 'Rachel Getting Married' held at the Writer's Guild Theatre - Arrivals Beverly Hills, California

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Picture - Saul Williams and Michelle Murray(Brand... Los Angeles, California, Thursday 28th August 2008

Saul Williams, Michelle Murray(Brand Director and Alize) - Saul Williams and Michelle Murray(Brand Director, Alize) Thursday 28th August 2008 at Hollywood And Highland Los Angeles, California

Slam Review


OK
Enter the gritty world of urban street poetry that you never knew existed. Not that you may care too much after seeing Slam, which basically portrays said poetry as "rap lite." The story features a two-bit drug dealer (Williams) who gets arrested and has to wrestle with whether to cop a plea or fight the charges. Along the way, lots of poetry is to be had plus a romance with fellow poet Sohn. The problem of course is that he really is a two-bit drug dealer, not a victim of circumstance, so what the hell do we care? Williams the poet is interesting, but Williams the actor is lacking in focus, alternately lifeless and over-the-top hammy. Unless you're really into the poetry slam scene, you'll likely find yourself wishing for a tome of Whitman or Frost.

K-Pax Review


Weak

Quick, somebody give Kevin Spacey a bad guy role before he becomes as bland as Harrison Ford!

Just two years ago Spacey the Great was at the apex of his craft, unwrapping layers and layers of psychological subterfuge in "American Beauty" as a fettered suburban father having a volcanic eruption of a mid-life crisis. The man could project volumes of personality and complexity with the subtlest of glances and garner empathy even for his characters' ignominious acts.

But recently Spacey has stopped stretching as an actor, taking tepid, compassionate roles that come to rely on trademark tics he's developed. That curious puppy head tilt he once employed so deceptively in "The Usual Suspects" is one. His soft, lilting speech patterns that imply trustworthy gentleness is another.

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