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Macaulay Culkin Duets With Adam Green At Tiny Bristol Venue [Video]


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Gig-goers at Adam Green's tiny show in Bristol this week probably weren't expecting a Hollywood duet. Imagine their surprise then when the little kid from Home Alone jumped up on-stage and launched into a cover of Beach Boys hit Kokomo. According to the Sun, the audience were initially dumfounded when a "scruffy fella" arrived on-stage, before realising it was Macaulay Culkin.

Green, best known for being one half of Moldy Peaches, was billed to be performing songs from his new record with Binki Shapiro, though the singer fell ill shortly before the show and was unable to take the stage. Instead of cancelling, the seasoned Adam Green ploughed on and brought on Culkin for his encore tune. "I've come all the way from America," the actor said.

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A Week In Music: Bruno Mars Steps Up A Gear, Ke$ha Delivers Bonkers Pop, The Killers Release Bizarre Xmas Video And Much More!


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Albums of Note... It looks as though Bruno Mars has stepped things up a gear on Unorthodox Jukebox. From straight-up pop songs, to disco and funk stylings, and a nod to reggae in there too, Mars very rarely fails to hit the mark with these new tracks. “Unorthodox Jukebox is a rich pick and mix of different and colourful elements. His lyrics sometime fall short, but a likeably mischievous personality shines through nonetheless, and so on the whole this is a real step up even from the songs that broke him so hugely two years ago.”

Adding a fresh slant to the out-dated genre of twee-duets, Adam Green & Binki Shapiro release a self-titled album of brief ditties, which may appear cutesy at first glance but soon reveal their darker side, with lyrics such as “I can't be the first to say you're the worst, surely there's one or two? / I care more if you act as though you like me than if you really do.” Adam Green is probably the better known of the two, from his work as part of Moldy Peaches and of course his solo work, too. Binki Shapiro already has indie cred from her other band, Little Joy. “Like everything the pair have done individually, together they have made a record that's short, sweet, and maturely macabre; a late contender for an album of the year.”

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Adam Green, Minor Love Album review


Review of Adam Green's new album Minor Love released through Rough Trade.

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Adam Green, Sixes and Sevens Album Review


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Sixes and Sevens
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Hatchet Review


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Touted as the next big thing in horror by everyone from Kane Hodder to Dee Snider, Adam Green's Hatchet comes pre-packaged by the director himself as a return to "Old-School American Horror." What does he mean by "old-school?" The facts that the main dismemberer in Green's film is played by Hodder, the man behind Jason Vorhees, and that Freddy Kruger himself, Robert Englund, makes a cameo in the early minutes of the film give it some street cred in the crowded world of iconic horror (Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street).

Green's agenda is to return the horror genre to a lean mixture of gore and humor, as well as reestablishing the notion of horror iconography. His icon is Victor Crowley, a double-decker-sized mutant hillbilly relegated to the swamps of New Orleans. As you might suspect, Victor finds himself in the mood for a festive homicide when a boatload of tourists on a haunted swamp tour get stuck near his burnt-out family shack. Soon enough, Victor begins tossing limbs and torsos every which way while impaling and mutilating any body that has the good fortune of staying in one piece. It becomes the charge of a vengeful girl (Tamara Feldman) and a nerdy so-and-so (Joel Moore) to escape Crowley's clutches, heartbeats intact.

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Adam Green

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31st March, 1975

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Male

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