This week in The Ticket – and your plugs
Lupe Fiasco: it took nearly two years for Lupe Fiasco’s album to get released after he handed it over to Atlantic Records. The Chicago rapper tells us what happened in the meantime – and how to spend $100,000 on a …
Lupe Fiasco: it took nearly two years for Lupe Fiasco’s album to get released after he handed it over to Atlantic Records. The Chicago rapper tells us what happened in the meantime – and how to spend $100,000 on a track.
Noah & The Whale: lead dude Charlie Fink talks about leaving the nu-folk tag behind on new album “Last Night On Earth”
Rock Cook: ahead of his show in Dublin’s Tripod tomorrow night, Brodinski whips up a recipe for sea bass cerviche.
Plus: reviews of music releases from REM (CD of the Week for “Collapse Into Now”), Frankie & The Heartstrings, Noah & The Whale, The Chapman Family, Marianne Faithfull, J Mascis, Mirrors, Dustin O’Halloran, Ghostpoet, Malcom Holcombe and more, plus new movies on release including The Adjustmenty Bureau, Archipelago, As If I Am Not There. Carmen 3D, Ironclad, Rango, Silken Skin and Unknown.
All this and more in The Ticket, in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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