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<img alt="" src="/threatlevel/wp-content/gallery/20-04/ff_nsadatacenter_f.jpg" title="Feature" width="660"/> Photo: Name Withheld; Digital Manipulation: Jesse Lenz The spring air in the small , sand-dusted town has a soft haze to it, and clumps of green-gray sagebrush rustle in the breeze.
"I know you think I'm morbid when I say / I hope you die by my side / The two of us at the exact same time." The lyric above is from Stockholm artist Molly Nilsson's song "I Hope You Die," and while it may read like melodramatic Rome and Juliet- inspired high school scribblings, over washes of synthesizers, punches of keyboard, and a hip-loosening snap of snare, it becomes a Cure-quality fix of potent goth-styled pop music: introspective, occasionally lyrically dreary, and an absolute blast to pump over the stereo. Nilsson's atmospheric and enveloping take on post-punk era goth contains all the classic elements of success—a beautiful voice, big melodic hooks, sing-along choruses—but there's also a bit of an unsettled edge and bite to Nilsson. Whether it's the bedroom-styled intimate production or her raw and emotive vocals, Nilsson's songs race past the nostalgic look in the rearview mirror and towards something truly original and special.
The 56th San Francisco International Film Festival runs April 25–May 9 at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, the Castro Theatre and New People Cinema in San Francisco and the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley. Held each spring for 15 days, the International is an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation in one of the country’s most beautiful cities, featuring 200 films and live events, 14 juried awards and $70,000 in cash prizes, upwards of 100 participating filmmaker guests and diverse and engaged audiences with more than 70,000 in attendance. Announced Programs About the Festival Founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in the Americas.
Sophomore album due out this May on Matador "Sleepwalk" is set for release on April 27th via Solar Flare Records 'Hadopelagic II: Let Them Believe,' is taken from the band's forthcoming new studio recording, Pelagial. Touring this Spring with The Black Angels Debut album due out on Matador this May