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Thursday, October 06, 2011

Ten years in, Ladytron grounded by Gravity

More than a decade into their career as trusted electro-pop veterans, Ladytron's place in the world of pop music seems as precarious as when they started.
By: MICHAEL MAROTTA  |  October 05, 2011



Review: Five Horses Tavern
Familiar favorites with a craft-beer chaser
Review: Redbones Barbecue Food Truck
Southern comfort goes mobile


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Review: Littlerock
Altogether original
Review: 1911
Jackie Chan, deprived of his comic and physical skills, falls flat
Review: 3
Three's company
Review: Dream House
Haunted house chills and mind games
Review: Jimmy Tingle's American Dream
 A comedian's life ain't nothin' but hustle and rejection
Review: Love Crime
A deconstruction of the mystery genre
Review: Margaret
Unexpected situations
Review: Mozart's Sister
Wolfgang's understudy sister fights for the limelight
Review: Real Steel
Boxing robots. Enough said.
Review: The Ides of March
George Clooney's new directorial effort
Review: The Way
Martin Sheen embarks on a treacly sweet emotional hike
Review: What's Your Number
Faris fails to carry comedy to  Bridesmaids heights


Boom Bip | Zig Zaj
Lex (2011)
Feist | Metals
Cherrytree/Interscope (2011)

Music Continued

High Places | Original Colors
Thrill Jockey (2011)
Photos: All Tomorrow's Parties Festival at Asbury Park, NJ
Asbury Park, New Jersey | September 30-October 2, 2011
Ryan Adams | Ashes & Fire
PAX-AM/Capitol (2011)
Sleep ∞ Over | Forever
Hippos In Tanks (2011)


Afghanistan: 10 years of war
Artist and critic Greg Cook confronts the experience
Bad news, Corrections
Letters to the Boston Phoenix editor, October 7, 2011
Gang Godfather or Mean Streets Robin Hood?
Darryl Whiting: Remember that name. Police say he's angling to become boss of Boston's street gangs.
Hollow justice
The FBI might have got its man, but anyone seeking real accountability from Whitey Bulger's government enablers will come away empty-handed yet again
Occupy Boston gets serious
Report From the Front
When God Walked Through the Projects
Twenty years after he became the first man in the state to get life in prison for dealing crack, Darryl Whiting's twisted legacy lives on
Whitey Bulger and the Feds: The final act
Choosing the slow grind: Why are we trying Whitey in federal court, when state courts would deliver justice more swiftly?


Crossword: ''Aftermath''
Finally calling it quits
Review: Gears of War 3
The COG's sordid past comes to light

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