February 25, 2014 Andy Cush

Wes Anderson’s use of music in his films can verge on self-parody, but when he catches you off guard with a tune, the results can be sublime: think Margot Tenenbaum exiting the bus to Nico’s “These Days,” or the Darjeeling Limited brothers funereal walk to The Kinks’ “Strangers.” So approach Pitchfork’s stream of the soundtrack to The […]

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