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Dead: A Celebration of Mortality

Dead: A Celebration of Mortality

Dead: A Celebration of Mortality (2015; Charles Saatchi). Review by Jennifer Wallis. Dead: A Celebration of Mortality contains 52 short essays to coincide with the Saatchi Gallery’s 2015 exhibition of ... Read More
Tower Transmissions V

Tower Transmissions V

A report from the Tower Transmissions V Festival, 25-26 September 2015, Dresden, by Richard Stevenson Tower Transmissions V promised to be a major 2015 highlight for fans of power electronics, ... Read More
On Nigel Kneale

On Nigel Kneale

Author Andy Murray on being Nigel Kneale's biographer, and programming British telefantasy at the Cornerhouse cinema in Manchester ... Read More
Adjust Your Tracking: an Interview with Dan Kinem

Adjust Your Tracking: an Interview with Dan Kinem

An interview with Dan Kinem, director of Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector. Dan Kinem is co-founder of VHShitfest, a website dedicated to all things VHS, ... Read More
Thee Psychick Bible

Thee Psychick Bible

Not to seem too facile, but there is definitely an analogy to be made between the punk and new wave/industrial groups that appeared at the end of the 1970s and ... Read More
Crater Lake Festival

Crater Lake Festival

A report from the Crater Lake Festival, 3 July 2015, Leeds Wharf Chambers, by d foist In the run-up to a new Headpress book on noise music, I visited the ... Read More
Holywoodoo

Holywoodoo

Holywoodoo: Incredibles movie posters du Ghana (Ed. Pascal Saumade). Review by David Kerekes Holywoodoo is a digest-sized collection of film posters created for the film market in Ghana, Africa. But ... Read More
The Bridge

The Bridge

The Bridge (USA, 2006; dir. Eric Steel) Review by Jennifer Wallis This week, Mr Kerekes and I spent Monday evening watching—no, not the Queen's Jubilee celebrations—Eric Steel's The Bridge. There's ... Read More
The Secret History of Rock'n'Roll

The Secret History of Rock’n’Roll

The Secret History of Rock'n'Roll (2010; Christopher Knowles). Review by Thomas McGrath. In Humboldt’s Gift, Saul Bellow’s narrator Charles Citrine has an enthusiasm for reading an encyclopaedia of religion, claiming ... Read More
TYR 4

TYR 4

TYR 4: Myth—Culture—Tradition (2014; Edited by Joshua Buckley and Michael Moynihan). Review by Stephen Sennitt. After a hiatus of seven years this influential and erudite Radical Traditionalist journal returns with ... Read More