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"The Right Profiles" is a monthly essay series dedicated to the multi-directional intersection of movies and music. The series takes its name from The Clash's song of the same name, a punk eulogy for Montgomery Clift. But rather than focusing on songs that reference movies or movies with memorable needle-drops, "The Right Profiles" narrows the lens. It's an exploration of the circular influence between mediums – that is, the Ouroboric way cinema feeds into popular music and vice versa.

 
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Vol 3: HORROR BUSINESS

The tritone, also known as a diminished fifth, “The Devil’s Chord,” or diabolus in musica, is a harmonic interval that creates...

Vol 2: DEATH IS A STAR

44 years after they exploded onto the UK music scene, The Clash— once dubbed "The Only Band That Matters" by their record label— are...

Vol 1: BADLANDS

“Lights out tonight, trouble in the heartland Got a head-on collision smashin’ in my guts, man I’m caught in a crossfire that I don’t...