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If you’re in New York: This compulsive 1982 documentary shuttles between footage of Fela Kuti’s infectious performances at his Afrika Shrine and interviews in which the “prophet” sounds off on multinationals, the “spiritual life” of music, and Nigeria’s militaristic regime.
If you’re in LA: The early buzz surrounding intercontinental duo Bass Science references an array of electronica offshoots, including dubstep, glitch-hop, IDM, and techno bass.
If you’re in San Francisco: Today, Dave Eggers reads from and discusses the people and places in Zeitoun, a piece of non-fiction set in post-Katrina New Orleans, with book sale proceeds benefiting 826 Valencia.
If you’re in Chicago: Like many other movies, Paper Heart is about true love, why it occurs, and if it exists at all. Unlike other movies, Flavorpill is screening it for you for free, tonight!