Art, Summerhall, Run Ended There are people who downgrade conceptual art. They believe art must have either Rubens’s delicacy, the realism of Jacques-Louis David, Van Gogh’s wide range of colours or Picasso’s informality of figures and shapes. I would encourage those of such a conviction to see Claude Closky’s exhibition: 10, 20, 30 and 40% […]
Art, Summerhall, Run Ended Patrick Miller and Patrick McNeil make up FAILE, an American urban installation and mural art duo. Their work centers on graphic street murals and installations that echo vintage comics. The piece ‘Deluxx Fluxx Arcade’, being shown at Summerhall, was originally created as a pop up show, made for Miami Beach Florida […]
You witness a whole new side of Way that is so refreshing you’ll forget about the impromptu break up.
The song commences with a jerky guitar riff so thick it only just manages to squeeze out of your headphones, accompanied by some fiddly lead guitar that makes [the album] unfamiliarly guitar-orientated.
Set in the Australian Outback, The Rover takes place in a world full of crime and lawlessness ten years after an economic collapse. A nameless loner (Guy Pearce) sets off on an obsessive chase to track down the men who stole his car. While on the hunt, he comes across Rey (Robert Pattinson), one of […]
Electric Circus, July 31st. More often than not, stumbling across something of a random show, from a kid on his first tour, turns out to be complete dross. You know the score, some over indulged kids who haven’t had the nous to realise that playing one or two home town shows to a collection of […]