We review the super intense new Netflix original war film 'Beasts of No Nation' starring Idris Elba
In the 1960s singer Ros Serey Sothea was one of the biggest stars in Cambodia. In those days the capital Phnom Penh was the hub of a buzzing music scene, full of musicians who, like Ros Serey Sothea were combining traditional Cambodian sounds and themes with western rock and roll. There were surf bands, crooners, garage, punk and psych acts --- all with a distinctly Cambodian character. As the scene grew through the 60s and into the 70s numerous bands clubs and record labels sprung up to meet the demand for new music. In fact, music was such a big part of Cambodian life that even the country's leader Norodom Sihanouk, was an accomplished singer and performer.
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Alexis Goldstein joins us to discuss the latest accusations against international bank HSBC, Obama calls for another limitless war, and listener mail.