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Roundup February, 27 2010

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01. New “Flex Your Head” Pressing: Red Cover & Red Vinyl

“The new vinyl pressing of the 1982 DC Punk Sampler Flex Your Head is now available. This pressing has a new cover featuring the DC Flag on a red field and is pressed on red vinyl. This is the re-cut version and comes with a free MP3 download.” (dischord)

02. The Best From Berlin: Berlinale Film Festival Report (above)

“Greetings from deep-frozen Berlin, where the streets have been giant ice rinks for weeks, and the 60th Berlinale film festival has just ended. After a few years in the doldrums, the 2010 Berlinale has generally been perceived as an improvement, boasting a higher general standard of films spiced with a whiff of controversy and superstar glamour.” (quietus)

03. Broken Bells Cover Neutral Milk Hotel At Debut Gig

“Danger Mouse and James Mercer hit-up The Road for “The High Road” video. Now they’ve actually taken Broken Bells to the streets: The guys performed their debut show Friday 2/19 at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles. Speaking of bootlegs, someone videotaped the entire thing, including a cover of “In The Aeroplane Over The Sea,” the first of a two-song encore.” (stereogum)

04. How Porcelain is Being Born

“Let’s visit a small enterprise producing Russian porcelain. It’s one of the rare small factories producing small series of products, which have souls because all they’re hand-made. Sure they produce not only traditional dishes but also have plenty of private and corporate orders. Enjoy watching the process of birth of these” (englishrussia)

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