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All The Songs In 'Warm Bodies' Including Feist, Bon Iver, M83, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen & More

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • January 30, 2013 11:00 AM
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While he's gone from a stoner coming-of-age tale to a cancer comedy to this weekend's zombie rom-com "Warm Bodies," one thing that has marked the the films of Jonathan Levine have been a keen ear on the soundtrack. And that's not different with this latest effort, which serves up a pretty solid selection of tracks to go with the undead.

Green Day, Christina Perri, Feist, St. Vincent & More Feature On 'Breaking Dawn Pt. 2' Soundtrack

  • By Edward Davis
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  • October 4, 2012 6:07 PM
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Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, independent movies used to curate interesting and savvy soundtracks featuring independent, lesser-known artists. Big budget films used to feature fairly predictable top 40 bands, but everyone was still pretty much happy. Then along came the mp3 industry crash of the early aughts, and struggling musicians learned that licensing their music to soundtracks was often lucrative; especially when they weren't small indie films with no budget. High and low disappeared, with everyone struggling to get a piece of the pie. Hence, the "Twilight" saga soon picked up songs from "cool" bands like Radiohead, Beck, Vampire Weekend, Iron & Wine, Thom Yorke, Muse, Metric, The Black Keys, Band of Horses, Death Cab for Cutie, Bon Iver and St. Vincent, etc.

Feist, Micah P. Hinson, Leonard Cohen & The Buggles: All The Music Featured In 'Take This Waltz'

  • By Edward Davis
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  • June 25, 2012 12:59 PM
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Due in theaters this weekend in Canada and in limited release in the U.S. (and currently available on VOD), by now you hopefully know that Sarah Polley’s sophomore release “Take This Waltz” is one of our favorite films of the year so far. Starring Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Canadian actor Luke Kirby, and comedienne Sarah Silverman (in a great dramatic performance) the film is an unflinchingly raw look at love, infidelity and the often selfish choices we make in our lives (read our review here).

Feist, Joanna Newsom & Andrew Bird All Guest On Soundtrack To 'The Muppets'

  • By Oliver Lyttelton
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  • October 10, 2011 12:02 PM
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Film Features Four New Songs By 'Flight of the Conchords' Man Bret McKenzie, & Covers Of Cee-Lo Green & NirvanaUpdate: A new trailer/TV spot for the film has landed, courtesy of Bleeding Cool, with a couple of excellent new gags: we're particularly fond of the traveling-by-map one. You can find it after the jump.

Review: Feist Documentary 'Look At What The Light Did Now' Is An Arty Exploration

  • By Kimber Myers
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  • November 15, 2010 5:20 AM
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From its almost Lynchian beginning—filled with seemingly random cuts, out-of-focus shots, flashing lights, and swirling points of color at a live show—it’s clear that Feist documentary “Look at What the Light Did Now” won’t be your standard rock doc. Instead, director Anthony Seck’s project quickly sets itself apart with an aesthetic that veers between art film and hipster craft fair, a tone that perfectly matches Feist’s own music, itself a mixture of polished and smartly produced tracks and earthy, quirky additions. It takes the music documentary standards of touring and recording and combines them with elements that would seem more at home at the Whitney than your average indie rock concert.

Feist Documentary 'Look At What The Light Did Now' Hits DVD In December With Bonus CD

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • November 1, 2010 6:35 AM
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It's a testament to how quickly the music world moves that 2007 and 2008 seem like it was decades ago, but if you remember, Canada's Feist shot to the top of the pop music charts thanks to a very clever iPod ad that made a smash hit out of her song "1234." It certainly didn't hurt that the rest of her third album, "The Reminder," was filled with a number of solid, hook-filled hits including "I Feel It All" and "My Moon My Man." Arena tours followed as did television appearances, and her songs seemed to be everywhere for a couple of seasons.

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