January 9 , 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 55  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

We know the future: 2004 won’t be a bore!

The year of the ultimate Kill


The girls get ready to rule again in rock

The “women in rock” label is so, like, 1997, but a few fine female musicians from the ’90s make their return in 2004. And it looks like February is their month.


Jersey Girl the next big bomb?

In 2004, Ben and Jen give it another go onscreen with the Kevin Smith directed Jersey Girl, which should be out in March. It will likely do better than Gigli — well, ANY movie would do better than Gigli, so that’s not saying much — but the presence of Smith will ensure at least some comedic gold.


Boys bust out the jams

Canada looks to continue to rule this year as new LPs from Royal City and The Hidden Cameras are scheduled, as well as EPs from indie heroes Broken Social Scene and Matthew Barber. Not to mention, Canadian alt-rock heavyweights Our Lady Peace are currently in Los Angeles working on their next album, which should be completed by the summer.


Macbeth and Judas: together at last


Books


End of Sex & Friends


Rockin; out in '04

In January, our indie rock heroes The Parkas return to London on the 22nd for a show at The Spoke after the success of their 2003 disc Now This is Fighting.


Crib Notes


ON DISC

Kelis


Entertainment briefs: Blondie, B2K & more


 

 

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