Françoise Hardy passes go, collects $200, reissues her first five albums

Aside from striped shirts, good bread, and fries, there is nothing more quintessentially French than Françoise Hardy, the Parisian singer from the 1960s who broke out of the bubblegum yé-yé scene to cement her place in history as a bona fide songwriter, fashion icon, and muse to other songwriters like Bob Dylan and Mick Jagger.

In maths, the equation is: Françoise Hardy = rad. So rad she’s practically distanced herself from any attempts to re-live her heyday. That is, until now.

The equally rad folks at Light In the Attic have just announced that they will be reissuing Hardy’s first five (and arguably greatest) records, which have been remastered from the original tapes in the French format, with liner notes written by the otherwise hermetic Hardy.

The CD versions will be available October 16; you’ll have to wait until January 29 to get the double vinyl versions.

Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles
01. Tous Les Garçons Et Les Filles
02. Ça A Raté
03. La Fille Avec Toi
04. Oh Oh Chéri
05. Le Temps De L’amour
06. Il Est Tout Pour Moi
07. On Se Plait
08. Ton Meilleur Ami
09. J’ai Jeté Mon Coeur
10. Il Est Parti Un Jour
11. J’Suis D’Accord
12. C’Est À L’Amour Auquel Je Pense

Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour
01. Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour
02. Va Pas Prendre Un Tambour
03. Saurai-Je?
04. Toi, Je Ne T’Oublierai Pas
05. Avant De T’en Aller
06. Comme Tant D’Autres
07. J’Aurais Voulu
08. Nous Tous
09. L’Amour D’Un Garçon
10. Le Sais-Tu?
11. L’Amour Ne Dure Pas Toujours
12. On Dit De Lui

Mon Amie La Rose
01. Je Veux Qu’Il Revienne
02. Tu N’As Qu’Un Mot A Dire
03. Tu Ne Dis Rien
04. Et Même
05. Pourtant Tu M’Aimes
06. Pars
07. Je N’Attends Plus Personne
08. La Nuit Est Sur La Ville
09. Pas Gentille
10. Dans Le Monde Entier
11. Nous Étions Amies
12. Mon Amie La Rose

01. Ce Petit Coeur
02. Il Se Fait Tard
03. Tout Ce Qu’on M’A Dit
04. L’Amitié
05. En T’Attendant
06. Je T’Aime
07. Non Ce N’est Pas Un Rêve
08. Quel Mal Y A-T-Il À Ça?
09. Tu Peux Bien
10. Le Temps Des Souvenirs
11. Je Pensais
12. Dis Lui Non

La Maison Ou J’Ai Grandi
01. Je Changerais D’Avis (Se Telefonando)
02. Si C’est Ça
03. Rendez-vous D’Automne
04. Je Serai Là Pour Toi
05. Peut-être Que Je T’aime
06. Il Est Des Choses
07. Comme
08. Mes Jours S’en Vont
09. Qu’ils Sont Heureux
10. Surtout Ne Vous Retournez Pas
11. Tu Es Un Peu À Moi
12. La Maison Où J’Ai Grandi (Il Ragazzo Della Via Gluck)

• Francoise Hardy:
• Light In the Attic:

Weyes Blood announces new EP Cardamom Times

Hey, buddy. Yeah, you, the one in the sweater. Can I interest you in a sweet new EP? Yeah, you know the sort. It’s got a coupla tunes, maybe as many as four or five, and you just take that sucker and pop ‘er in your player of choice and you’re in business. Sound like something you can get down with? Sweet, well, the EP is a new one from Weyes Blood (a.k.a. Natalie Mering), and it’s called Cardamom Times. (No, it’s not a concept album about an era in which young-looking moms get carded at liquor stores. Turns out cardamom isn’t just an activity relished by ol’ Sammy at the 21st Amendment Superstore down the block; it’s also a spice!)

The EP is out October 9 via Mexican Summer, and its Mering’s first release since 2014’s excellent The Innocents. The EP was recorded entirely at home and to reel-to-reel tape. It’s all spare simplicity, mostly just voice and guitar or organ. You can pre-order it here either as MP3 or as a limited-edition 12-inch. We’ve got a brand new track from it called “Cardamom” here:

Mering is also going on tour through September and October, and she’s got an assortment of dates with Waxahatchee and Little Wings. Peep ‘em below.

Cardamom Times tracklist:

01. Maybe Love
02. Take You There
03. Cardamom
04. In The Beginning


09.05.2015 - Portland, ME - The Space *
09.06.2015 - Portsmouth, NH - 3S Art Space $
09.07.2015 - New Haven, CT - Lyric Hall *
09.08.2015 - Bennington, VT - Down Caf at Bennington College *
09.09.2015 - Providence, RI - Columbus Theatre *
09.10.2015 - Brooklyn, NY - Rough Trade *
09.11.2015 - Hudson, NY - Basilica Soundscape Festival
09.12.2015 - Baltimore, MD - The Crown
09.13.2015 - Lancaster, PA - Culton’s Organic Farm *
09.14.2015 - Harrisburg, PA - Stage on Herr (Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center) *
09.15.2015 - Harrisburg, PA - Johnny Brendas *
09.16.2015 - Lynchburg, VA - Speakertree Reocrds
09.17.2015 - Durham, NC - Pinhook *
09.18.2015 - Asheville, NC - Mothlight *
09.19.2015 - Charlotte, NC - Snug Harbor
10.11.2015 - Baltimore, ND - Ottobar ^
10.12.2015 - Charlottesville, VA - Southern ^
10.13.2015 - Carrboro, NC - Cat’s Cradle ^
10.14.2015 - Nashville, TN - Exit/In ^
10.15.2015 - Bloomington, IN - The Bishop ^
10.16.2015 - Louisville, KY - New Vintage ^
10.17.2015 - St. Louis, MO - Off Broadway ^
10.18.2015 - Lawrence, KS - Jackpot Music Hall ^
10.20.2015 - Omaha, NE - Waiting Room ^

* Little Wings
$ Little Wings, Wovenhand
^ Waxahatchee

[Photo: Laura Lynn Petrick]

• Weyes Blood:
• Mexican Summer:

Frog Eyes streams new LP on Stereogum, tours with Destroyer, drinks espresso CONSTANTLY

Look out, lovers of Canadian indie rock! If you wanna stay RELEVANT out there, it’s time once again to brush up on who’s moniker is whose and which dude is in which band-named-after-animals and all that cool stuff! Today we’re talkin’ about Carey Mercer’s illimitable Frog Eyes project (you DO remember Carey Mercer’s illimitable Frog Eyes project, don’t you?). He’s got a new album coming out August 28 via the Paper Bag label, and you can freakin’ stream the entire thing right now courtesy of Stereogum!

What??? You say that’s NOT ENOUGH for you???

Fine, I say! How about this? You can also pre-order the LP as of this very minute and receive a “limited edition cassette of demos” along with your fine purchase. I don’t know where you’re gonna get the deck to actually play the things on… but that sounds suspiciously like someone else’s problem to ol’ Nobodaddy!

The album, which Mercer wrote entirely on an acoustic guitar that his father left him in his will, features contributions from the usual cast of friends and insiders, including Spencer Krug, Jesse Zubot, John Paton, and Paul Rigby. “I was holding the guitar a lot, kind of savoring it: a Martin D-18. I had been making records for a few years with a computer, piling tracks on tracks, writing words over guitar licks already recorded in a studio,” says Mercer. “I came to think of an acoustic guitar as somehow akin to a computer, only in the sense that they are both tools of transmission, both effective in their own way… I wrote about Joseph Beuys, about B. Traven, about God and Abraham and Isaac, about my dad being addicted to speed when he was 17.”

Intrigued? Well, then just you feast your little ear-balls on the music video for the track “Joe With The Jam” down below, and then check out the tracklisting and a smattering of fall tour dates with yet ANOTHER Canadian indie band you really ought to be keeping tabs on: Destroyer. Good luck, pal!

Pickpocket’s Locket tracklisting:

01. Two Girls (One for Heaven and the Other One for Rome)
02. Joe with the Jam
03. The Beat is Down (Four Wretched Singers Beyond Any World That You Have Known)
04. Death’s Ship
05. The Demon Runner
06. Rejoinders In A Storm
07. In A Hut
08. Crystal Blip
09. I Ain’t Around Much
10. Rip Down the Fences That Fence the Garden

Frog Eyes tour dates:

07.31.15 - Sackville, New Brunswick - Sappy Fest
09.11.15 - Toronto, Ontario - Smiling Buddha
09.12.15 - Hamilton, Ontario - Supercrawl
09.17.15 - Victoria, British Columbia - Rifflandia
09.18.15 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom *
09.19.15 - San Francisco, CA - Fillmore *
09.20.15 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent Theater *
09.21.15 - Santa Cruz, CA - Crepe Place
09.23.15 - Bellingham, WA - Shakedown
10.16.15 - Seattle, WA - Neptune *
10.17.15 - Vancouver, British Columbia - Commodore Ballroom *

* Destroyer


• Frog Eyes:
• Paper Bag:

Bradford Cox develops bilocation, opens for himself as Atlas Sound on upcoming Deerhunter tour

Ah, the wacky tour antics of art-rockers! Remember that time Wire got one of their cover bands to open for them, so they wouldn’t have to play any old material? Child’s play! Bradford Cox, leader of Deerhunter and Atlas Sound (actually a solo project), has upped the ante: he will be opening for himself as Atlas Sound on his upcoming Deerhunter tour. So either Cox has an incredible level of stamina or he has developed bilocation, an ability shared by Lenin, Aleister Crowley, and some Catholic saints, allowing its wielder to be at multiple places at the same time. It remains unclear whether Cox has also gained levitation, invisibility, or some other mystical powers.

How this will affect Deerhunter’s upcoming album is yet to be determined. Announced, as you already know, via a live radio broadcast two Sundays ago, Fading Frontier will be out October 16, via 4AD. It is the follow-up to 2013’s Monomania, the seventh album for the Georgia four-piece. The opening turn for Atlas Sound marks the first solo-project related rumblings for Cox in a long time. So that’s twice as many good news for his fans out there.

Catch Cox’s newfound powers in any of the worldwide tour dates below:

10.17.15 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent Theatre *
10.18.15 - San Francisco, CA - Treasure Island Music Festival
10.20.15 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom *
10.21.15 - Seattle, WA - The Showbox *
10.29.15 - Paris, France - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
10.30.15 - Brighton, England - All Saints Church *
10.31.15 - Liverpool, England - Liverpool Music Week
11.01.15 - Dublin, Ireland - Button Factory *
11.03.15 - Glasgow, Scotland - SWG3 *
11.04.15 - Leeds, England - Brudenell Social Club *
11.06.15 - Manchester, England - Gorilla *
11.07.15 - London, England - O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire *
11.09.15 - Tourcoing, France - Le Grand Mix *
11.10.15 - Reims, France - La Cartonnerie *
11.11.15 - Nimes, France - Paloma *
11.12.15 - Milan, Italy - Magnolia *
11.13.15 - Ravenna, Italy - Bronson *
11.14.15 - Geneve, Switzerland - L’usine *
11.15.15 - Zurich, Switzerland - Rote Fabrik *
11.16.15 - Heidelberg, Germany - Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnof *
11.18.15 - Berlin, Germany - Lido *
11.19.15 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega *
11.21.15 - Brussels, Belgium - Botanique Orangerie *
11.22.15 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Le Guess Who Festival
12.04.15 - Asheville, NC - Orange Peel *
12.05.15 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club *
12.06.15 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer *
12.08.15 - New York, NY - Irving Plaza *
12.09.15 - Brooklyn, NY - Warsaw *
12.10.15 - Boston, MA - Royale *
12.12.15 - Detroit, MI - Majestic Theatre *
12.13.15 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall *
12.14.15 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue *
12.15.15 - Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre *
12.17.15 - Columbus, OH - Skully’s Music Diner *
01.08.16 - Atlanta, GA - Variety Playhouse
01.09.16 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre

* with Atlas Sound


[Photo: Ryan Stang]

• Deerhunter:
• 4AD:

Julia Holter announces US dates, shares new track “Sea Calls Me Home”

With exactly 30 days to go before the release of Have You In My Wilderness, Julia Holter has graced us with another track off the new album. The song, which follows first single “Feel You,” is titled “Sea Calls Me Home” and is described by Holter as “moving away from things that trap you, the scary wonder in discovering freedom.”

Check it out here:

Holter has also dropped dates surrounding her previously-announced European leg. The tour, which now includes shows in the United States (with Beirut), Japan, and Australia, will keep her busy for essentially the rest of the year, stopping around the time we publish our 2015 year-end list. Coincidence? YES!

Before then, look out for Have You in My Wilderness, the follow-up to 2013’s impeccable Loud City Song. It’s out September 25 via Domino, and for a limited time, grab the vinyl version via Dom Mart and you’ll get a print signed by Holter. With any luck, Holter will sign her name with a black Sharpie. Think of it!

Have You in My Wilderness tracklist:

01. Feel You
02. Silhouette
03. How Long?
04. Lucette Stranded on the Island
05. Sea Calls Me Home
06. Night Song
07. Everytime Boots
08. Betsy on the Roof
09. Vasquez
10. Have You in My Wilderness


10.06.15 - San Diego, CA - Open Air Theater #
10.07.15 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium #
10.08.15 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Palladium #
10.10.15 - Berkeley, CA - Greek Berkeley #
10.12.15 - Portland, OR - Bunk Bar
10.13.15 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre #
10.24.15 - New York, NY - Rough Trade
10.27.15 - Zurich, Switzerland - Ziegel Oh Lac
10.28.15 - Munich, Germany - Kammerspiele Theatre
10.29.15 - Frankfurt, Germany - Brotfabrik
10.30.15 - Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefahrlich
11.01.15 - Helsinki, Finland - Tavastia
11.02.15 - Stockholm, Sweden - Etablissemanget
11.03.15 - Oslo, Norway - Parktheatret
11.04.15 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
11.05.15 - Berlin, Germany - Berghain
11.07.15 - Den Bosch, Netherlands - November Music
11.09.15 - Brighton, England - Komedia
11.10.15 - Bristol, England - The Lantern at Colston Hall
11.11.15 - Birmingham, England - Glee Club
11.12.15 - London, England - Islington Assembly Hall
11.13.15 - Glasgow, Scotland - The Hug and Pint
11.14.15 - Leeds, England - Brudenell Social Club
11.16.15 - Paris, France - New Morning
11.17.15 - Brussels, Belgium - AB Club
11.18.15 - Brugge, Belgium - Biekorf
11.19.15 - Utrecht, Netherlands - Le Guess Who? Festival
11.24.15 - Kyoto, Japan - Metro
11.25.15 - Osaka, Japan - Conpass
11.26.15 - Tokyo, Japan - WWW
12.09.15 - Sydney, AU - Newtown Social Club
12.10.15 - Brisbane, AU - Black Bear Lodge
12.11.15 - Melbourne, AU - Howler
12.12.15 - Victoria, AU - Meredith Music Festival

# Beirut

[Photo: Tonje Thilesen]

• Julia Holter:

Bill Orcutt & Jacob Felix Heule hook up for an aural pillage, announce Colonial Donuts on Palilalia

It’s too bad nobody really follows up their adolescent jamming in their parents’ basement with its natural conclusion: professionally jamming in their own basement (or in any other residential room) to an extent that would clearly belie a seething hatred for sound traps and other studio frivolities!

Obviously, Bill Orcutt and Jacob Felix Heule (of Sult and numerous other percussionist ventures) are exceptions to this claim, and on October 16, they’re formally acknowledging their homespun preference with the release of Colonial Donuts, their first album together after spending three years contributing to the Bay Area live scene. The album was recorded in Orcutt’s living room, which is presumably somewhat sizable, since it had to accommodate his guitar, Heule’s drums, and and all of the furniture that vibrationally migrated against the walls as a result of all that (I’m guessing) improvisational noise. Clearly these two were and are on the same musical wavelength.

Curious about the sound of it now? Check out the track “Labor and Enchantment” below, right after I disabuse you of your doubtless curiosity surrounding the album name: an actual Bay Area donut chain. All of the tracks are of the savory hole variety.

Colonial Donuts tracklisting:

01. Columbus Unbound
02. We Are All Bob Marley
03. Labor and Enchantment
04. Unwanted Objects
05. This Song Is Called Reify
06. Christmas On Earth
07. Colonial Donuts
08. Normal Relations
09. Memories of a Contradiction
10. Imitation of Life-Like
11. Pity The Monster
12. Liberation Song
13. About The Author

• Bill Orcutt/Palilalia:
• Jacob Felix Heule:

Dumb Numbers releases box set with David Lynch, David Yow, and The Melvins

It sounds like a weird dream, but no! It’s true! An amazing, weird dream band of artistic luminaries is working with Dumb Numbers, an Australian video maker and musician named Adam Harding, who has been known to collaborate with musical allies such as Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr), Dale Crover (Melvins), Murph (Dinosaur Jr), Kevin Rutmanis (Cows, Melvins), Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten), David Yow (Scratch Acid, the Jesus Lizard), Bobb Bruno (Best Coast), Jenny Lee Linberg (Warpaint), Bonnie Mercer (Grey Daturas, Dead River), and Steve Patrick (Useless Children). In 2013, the team released a self-titled debut on Joyful Noise, and now they’re back with a special box set release set to drop September 25.

Check out clips from some of the tracks in the wonderful video below, which basically is like a weird dream anyway, or maybe like a catalogue of a rich man from True Detective Season 3’s loopy fetishes. Seriously, just watch it. You can thank me later.

The box set features three split 10-inch records, featuring new tracks with Dumb Numbers, plus work from The Melvins, David Yow, and David Lynch. It’s available now as a pre-order.

Dumb Numbers are playing a few truly magickal-seeming shows on the West Coast this fall, including a few with The Lemonheads. Dates here:

09.05.15 - Los Angeles, CA - El Cid*
09.23.15 - Las Vegas, NV - The Sayers Club**
09.24.15 - Solana Beach, CA - Belly Up Tavern**
09.25.15 - Pioneertown, CA - Pappy & Harriet’s***
09.26.15 - Santa Ana, CA - Constellation Room**
09.27.15 - San Francisco, CA - The Independent**
10.02.15 - Eagle Rock, CA - All Star Lanes****

* Adam Harding solo (w/ Danielle De Picciotto & Alexander Hacke (Einstürzende Neubauten), David Yow, Qui)
** The Lemonheads
*** Desert Stars Festival
**** Jenny Lee of Warpaint, Tweak Bird


Dumb Numbers x David Lynch
01. I Dreamed I Saw Jack Nance Last Night
02. Behind Rocket City
03. I Have A Radio

Dumb Numbers x Melvins
01. Looking Forlorn In All The Wrong Places
02. Harvel
03. Polish Trash Compactor

Dumb Numbers x David Yow
01. Unbury The Hatchet
02. In The Hallway Around The Corner Between The Small Room And The Dirty Room
03. Bridal Mess

• Joyful Noise:

Ben Glas to release Music to Interact To on Blankstairs, premieres new track

So, I’m not sure about you, but as far as my life experience is concerned, the difference between all the “art students” I know and Portland-based, interdisciplinary artist Ben Glas (who is currently attending the Pacific Northwest College of Art) is that, unlike all of them, Ben is MAKING STUFF and then actually SHOWING IT TO PEOPLE.

What kind of stuff? Well, let’s see: there’s your good ol’ sturdy multimedia installations, your sound and video work, and most importantly, he’s also releasing an album next month on the Portland-based Blankstairs label that’s put out out some other beat-based internet jams that we’ve told you about in the past. The album, titled Music To Interact To, will see the light of day on cassette and digital on September 15 and explores the “highly personal interactions that take place between an audio (or musical) production and its audience” over the span of six, slowly unfurling Jan Jelineck-esque electronic-y soundscapes. According to the label:

At the foundation of all organized audio (music) there exists systems. These systems provide a simple (preconceived) context for the listener and guides their perceptions through the piece. If an artist produces a piece based in these systems, but also allows for experimentation in an unrestricted environment, then naturally the end result will lead to these systems endlessly building on top of each other, cascading ultimately into complete nothingness. Meaning without meaning; conclusion without conclusion. This is the relationship that artist Ben Glas is most interested in, and is arguably the most crucial element to his productions.

Check out the track “Halbdruck” from the forthcoming album down below and hear for yourself.

Music To Interact To tracklisting:

01. Sonic Primer I
02. Haldbruck
03. Hause
04. Sonic Primer II
05. Stagnation, Happydrone
06. Digital Serialism

• Ben Glas:
• Blankstairs:

Wax Idols announces dates ahead of new album American Tragic, releases second single

Bay Area post-punk project Wax Idols want to share a song with you. “Deborah” is their second single off the forthcoming American Tragic, but it’s also my mom’s name! We have so much in common, this song and I. Wonderfully-named band mastermind/multi-instrumentalist Hether Fortune wrote and recorded everything on the album (and when I say “everything,” I mean “errrrrrrrrrything”), apart from drums. Rachel Travers handles drums on this one.

Co-produced by Fortune and Monte Vallier (Weekend, Mark Eitzel, The Soft Moon, Vaniish), American Tragic drops October 16 via Collect Records. You can get it as a CD or LP. Fun fact: last year, Fortune performed as a touring member of White Lung. Less fun fact: the new album was inspired largely by her recent divorce and the spectrum of grief associated with that change. Which isn’t to say that it’s a downer — oh no! If you’re not the kind of post-punk who likes to stand in a corner and subtly nod your head to tunes, you might even find yourself tapping a toe or hitting the dance floor (subtly).

Check out “Deborah” below, and look for Wax Idols in a town near you, who’ll be touring with Them Are Us Too in support of the new album. Dates are listed below.


01. A Violent Transgression
02. Lonely You
03. I’m Not Going
04. Deborah
05. Goodbye Baby
06. Glisten
07. Severely Yours
08. At Any Moment
09. Seraph

Tour dates (all dates with Them Are Us Too, unless otherwise indicated):

08.28.15 - Oakland, CA – Life Changing Ministries (w/ VANISH) *
10.18.15 - San Francisco, CA – Bottom of the Hill (w/ Screature & DJs Justin Anastasi and Omar)
10.20.15 - Portland, OR – TBA
10.21.15 - Seattle, WA – The Highline (w/ Charms & Dead Spells)
10.24.15 - Lincoln, NE – Knickerbocker’s
10.27.15 - Chicacgo, IL – The Empty Bottle
10.28.15 - Detroit, MI – Marble Bar (w/ Blood Stone)
10.31.15 – Brooklyn, NY – St. Vitus (w/ Azar Swan & DJ Becka Diamond)
11.02.15 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
11.04.15 - Austin, TX – Mohawk
11.05.15 - San Antonio, TX – Paper Tigers
11.07.15 - Phoenix, AZ – TBA (w/ Body of Light & Ascetic House DJs)
11.08.15 - Los Angeles, CA – Complex (w/ Pleasures & DJ Shannon Cornett)

* without Them Are Us Too

[Photo: Dustin Senovic]

• Wax Idols:

Paul Thomas Anderson’s documentary on Jonny Greenwood, Junun, premieres next month

Alright, so Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood probably can’t pull off early-20th-century greed and misanthropy as convincingly as Daniel Day-Lewis, but does that make the award-winning composer’s life any less deserving of cinematic tribute?

Longtime director-collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson saw an opportunity to return the artistic favor during a recent trip that Greenwood took to Rajasthan, India, for the purposes of recording his new album. The documentary Junun is set to premiere at the New York Film Festival in September/October, and the film itself is roughly an hour-long feature chronicling the frequent guitarist’s musical collaborations with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, as well as at least 12 Indian musicians who Greenwood cites as coming literally close to eating and breathing music (despite the alleged protein shortcomings). Oh, and supplemental Radiohead guy Nigel Godrich also accompanied the troupe under the guise that, “But Jonny! You’ll need an engineer over there!”

Ultimately, NYFF prefaces Junun’s upcoming world premiere with a promise of “pure magic,” showcasing the “close camaraderie of artistic collaboration.” Let the rest of us belatedly thank the Maharaja of Jordhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort for allowing foreign residents.

Here’s a reminder of the PTA/Greenwood relationship:

• Jonny Greenwood:



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