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Iconic Sisters of Mercy T-shirt features in new Simon Pegg movie World’s End
Much anticipated, the story of how one man, his friends and family, several bands, a Radio 1 DJ and the punk community of Northern Ireland stood shoulder to shoulder against music biz indifference, intimidation from paramilitaries of both sides and the police; this is a feel-good movie set around trying times in the province.
Englishman John Boorman’s innovative and atmospheric second movie – which seemingly came out of nowhere after his Swinging Sixties Dave Clark Five musical Catch Us If You Can – dragged the all-American crime film out of the black and white shadows of the 1940s and 1950s, straight into the searing, vivid daylight of 1967 pop-art LA. The result is probably Boorman’s, and Marvin’s, greatest movie – a superb, shifting, Panavision Metrocolor noir.
Forthcoming Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry film ‘Vision Of Paradise’ launches Kickstarter campaign + LTW exclusive video clip
Forthcoming Lee 'Scratch' Perry film 'Vision Of Paradise' - launches Kickstarter campaign... Starting in the late 60s with The Upsetters, Lee Scratch Perry wrote the...
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbeV4q4G_Q&w=560&h=315] The new Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs rules...classic seedsy guitar pop... Things We Be / Feathers & Tar released on Heavenly Recordings on...
On Wednesday Jan 30th there will be a special punk film event in Brighton. SchMOVIES presents a marathon screening of all three parts of the...
dear tea towel we can only see a future when you be brought out on documentaries as a curious artefact and a prime example of tacky Blighty. This great schizophrenic country of great pop culture, great pop art, stunning buildings, Shakespeare and great dandy style - a country I love and yet a country that makes the worst tat in the world.
Westminster Council announce 100% Business Rates Relief securing the future of the legendary Grassroots Music Venue
Northern Winter Beat, an annual Danish showcase festival will take place in Aalborg during the last weekend of January (30.01 - 1.02).