British Censors Banned ‘Hate Crime’ Even Though It’s Already Out in the US
'[It] would be unacceptable to broad public opinion.'
Labels: Lobster Theremin
In this edition of labels we're chatting to the house and techno imprint Lobster Theremin about the importance of scenes, Boiler Room, and what to expect from them in 2015.
This Kurt Vonnegut Documentary Has Been 33 Years in the Making
This will be the first definitive film recounting the life and work of the author of 'Slaughterhouse-Five'.
‘Hyena’ Director Gerard Johnson Is Sick to Death of Cockney Gangsters in Films
We interviewed Johnson about his stylish and extremely brutal London-set thriller.
The Lines Are Drawn: Sabrina Elliott
Hailing from the west coast of the U.S., Sabrina Elliott caught our attention with Infinite Tenderness, her illustrations over the years compiled into a limited edition zine.
Music Clip Of The Week: Sledding With The Cure
Alongside staring forlornly into the distance and browsing the Avon catalogue, planning an escape route must surely have crossed the minds of The Cure and their fragmented lineup.
Andy Stott Remixes Panda Bear's Latin Boys
Andy Stott has reworked Panda Bear’s track “Boys Latin”. Reassuringly complex, Mr Stott adds his own distinct intricate flair to one of the album’s stand out tracks.
Enter the Bizarre World of ‘Titanic’ Movie Obsessives
One guy has an entire room dedicated to James Cameron’s blockbuster behemoth.
'The Weight' Will Help You Through Your Bereavement
If you’ve ever craved a hug from someone who’s no longer there, Mia Cinelli, an artist and designer based in Ohio, knows your pain.
Everything We Know About Michael Keaton’s McDonald’s Biopic
Word on the street is that it's like 'The Social Network' and 'There Will Be Blood'.