Telekinesis Beats Himself Up

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Michael Benjamin Lerner, the rock musician also known as Telekinesis, beats himself up for a laugh. Telekinesis’ new album Dormarion is out this week.

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Telekinesis Beats Himself Up

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Michael Benjamin Lerner, the rock musician also known as Telekinesis, beats himself up for a laugh. Telekinesis’ new album Dormarion is out this week.

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Telekinesis Beats Himself Up

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Michael Benjamin Lerner, the rock musician also known as Telekinesis, beats himself up for a laugh. Telekinesis’ new album Dormarion is out this week.

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Richard Lawson and the Hugging Machine

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Richard Lawson, Senior Writer for The Atlantic’s arts and culture channel, The Atlantic Wire, tells us about a few brilliant, lonely students who’ve turned a coat into a hugging machine.

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