Since we first met Jack Garratt earlier this year, he’s been on tour, opening for the likes of Mumford and Sons and The Vaccines , and continues to make the summer festival rounds.
“It’s a metaphor for the expansion of consciousness,” says Angel Deradoorian about the title of her debut solo LP , The Expanding Flower Plant.
Saint Christina: Neon Sunrise Other than being named after the patron saint of lunatics, not much is known about Saint Christina.
We are proud to kick off the Fall season with a cover story on San Francisco-based fine artist Richard Colman.
As any comedy enthusiast could tell you, Marc Maron’s career is not constrained to the podcast and radio world.
Happy Monday! Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Placebo at Arena di Verona Of all the great open-air venues on the global rock’n'roll circuit, for jaw-dropping beauty and an electric sense of history it is hard to match the Arena di Verona in northern Italy. Set at the foot of the Alps, in recent years the immaculate Roman amphitheater has hosted shows by a range of stars, including Alicia Keys, Radiohead, Björk and One Direction.
The Fly Zero Film Festival is the first of its kind, a non-profit only screening work from self-financed filmmakers, celebrating a pure and genuinely independent approach to movie making. Founded by Brad Bores and Richard Hooban seven years ago from a warehouse in Los Angeles, and relocating to its New York base, the festival is known for early works from Lena Dunham, Timothy Saccenti and Alia Raza
Littlebabyangel: @Cartier Initially seen and heard as a digital art piece cum record release, “@Cartier” appeared online out of nowhere earlier this year, revealing itself as the debut single from enigmatic rapper and LuckyMe signing Littlebabyangel. The Montreal-based vocalist’s multimedia collaboration with fellow Canadians director Cameron Morse and creative studio Geneviève is showcased here as a more conventional music video. Re-appropriating internet tropes and cracking the screen’s confines, Morse’s meta-video follows a series of cinematic projects with rising R&B star Black Atlass.
The author of “Between The World and Me” on the books he’d want on a desert island: Doctorow, Wharton, Fitzgerald and more.