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Adam Green’s Aladdin: Sex, Drugs and Video Games

by J. Mo It’s not easy reviewing the soundtrack to a movie you haven’t seen, especially when that movie is Adam Green’s part-Kickstarter-funded, psychedelic, satirical, hyper-sensory retelling of the Aladdin story. Nevertheless, I shall have a go. Like many people, I became aware of Adam Green and his earlier incarnation The Moldy Peaches when they […]

Har Mar Superstar: Best Summer Ever

by Michael Anderson Har Mar Superstar has always been a lot of fun. He has a list of collaborators bigger than he is, and a manically energetic, virtually nude stage presence that makes him a sure thing for festivals. No one on you really wanna see? Go catch Har Mar Superstar: you will have an awesome […]

Clock Opera at Moth Club

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Features, Music, Review | by — March 15, 2016

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Clock Opera Moth Club, London March 14th, 2016 by Joanna Orland I was completely enamored with the music of Clock Opera back in 2012 with their intricately beautiful album Ways To Forget.  Four years later, the band are returning with a new crowdfunded album Changeling to be released later this year.  The four-piece played London’s […]

Berlinale to pay tribute to David Bowie & Alan Rickman

  The Berlin International Film Festival will commemorate David Bowie, Alan Rickman and Ettore Scola by presenting three screenings in their honour. In honour of David Bowie, the 66th Berlin International Film Festival will show The Man Who Fell to Earth by Nicolas Roeg. The screening will take place with the support of Studiocanal at […]

BoomTown Fair

August 13th-16th, 2015 Hampshire, UK www.boomtownfair.co.uk by Ella Jean BoomTown Festival took place last weekend in Winchester.  It’s hailed as being one of the most unique and entertaining festivals in the UK.  Being a festival for kind-hearted weirdos, Loose Lips sent me to cover it. When I watched the trailer for BoomTown’s 2015 Festival, it […]

808

808 Screening August 8th, 8:08 PM NFT1, BFI Southbank by Nic Ho Chee Back in the day, around the time kids started raiding the bins outside local carpet showrooms for linoleum off-cuts, a range of new and cutting edge electronic instruments inspired a generation to Smurf, Flare and find the perfect elbow position for a […]

Camp Bestival 2015

July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Lulworth Castle, Dorset by Neil Bennett For those of us with children, Camp Bestival isn’t a substitute for a ‘real’ festival – it’s a communal family experience that’s just as good. Camp Bestival is full of a thousand disparate things, but the magic is how it all hangs together. […]

Camp Bestival is coming…

July 30th – August 2nd, 2015 Lulworth Castle, Dorset www.campbestival.net Sister festival of the Isle of Wight’s Bestival, Camp Bestival is a multi-award winning festival that is an all-encompassing family festival experience.  A camping holiday that features such wonderful entertainment including live acts, comedy, DJs, theatre, food, poets, authors, talks and other family activities, Camp […]

Somerset House Summer Series: Chromeo

Chromeo with support from ODESZA July 9th, 2015 Summer Series at Somerset House The annual Summer Series at Somerset House returns July 9-19 for its 2015 run.  Set in one of London’s most beautiful courtyards, this year’s lineup is as impressive as ever, with the excellent Chromeo kicking off festivities on the evening of the […]

Dusty Limits: Grin

June 24th, 2015 London Wonderground at Southbank Centre by Jon Burns If Dusty Limits wasn’t already considered one of the more accomplished figures on the UK cabaret scene, he’s cementing his position at the top by adding a beautifully dark album of original songs to his achievements. Grin is a collaboration with long term musical partner […]