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Feedbag: Blue Jam, Old Folks Review Indie Rock, and a Peek at Sherlock Holmes

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  • Iain Tait describes this BBC radio show as "a kind of fucked-up mutoid love-child of Derek and Clive, Monty Python, the set from an early 90s chill out room, and a warped psycho-therapist." Sold!


  • Ever wonder what it might be like if your grandparents decided to take up reviewing the latest in indie rock, hip hop and other new music? Wonder no more. (Thanks, Stereogum.)


  • The newest peek at Guy Ritchie's star-studded take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective has hit the interwibbles. Grab your magnifying glass, calabash pipe and start pondering whether the final film will deliver the goods.
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