Raymond Pettibon and Baseball

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Raymond Pettibon is one of the leading contemporary artists of this generation, and man whose work has been accepted and glorified by both high and low culture, high art and lowbrow enthusiasts, major galleries in NYC and Los Angeles as well as punk rock zines and indie rock album covers. He also has a love of baseball that has spanned decades, creating an impressive body of work depicting the intimate details of America’s pastime. His view of baseball comes from a passionate following, but also an alternative angle, one of dialog, art, unspoken communication. We look at some of the great Pettibon baseball pieces today as America turns its attention toward the Major League All-Star break. —Raymond Brown / The Citrus Report

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Thom Yorke Tuesday: “Lurgee”

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With the major news that Radiohead is releasing their 8th LP, The King of Limbs, this Saturday, February 19th, we couldn’t be more happy here at TCR and our Thom Yorke Tuesday section. In honor of Radiohead in 2011, we go back to Radiohead in 1993, with a seldom heard track, “Lurgee” from Pablo Honey. A quiet, simple song that was a prelude of things to come, this has always been one of our favorites.

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Hear the new Arcade Fire songs now!!!

Hear the new Arcade Fire songs now!!!” posted from: The Citrus Report | Art, Culture, News, Graffiti, Music, Street Art, Clothing, Politics, Reviews

Pitchfork did all the major sleuthing, but the two new Arcade Fire songs, “Month of May” and “The Suburbs.” And yes, we like them. They are a happy return to a band we like.

Listen to them now here!!!!

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