Jess Fink is awesome. What other word can be used to describe a woman who wrote a graphic novel about a clockwork Victorian sex robot and a time-traveling memoir where she goes back in time and gives herself bad advice?
Hitting theaters last November after a Sundance debut, The Comedy is a “hipster”-driven character study that steeps in irony, reflected first and foremost by its title. We talked to director Rick Alverson about how he chose the music for his sub-cultural soundtrack.
Known for its work with musicians such as Björk and Kanye West, French design duo M/M Paris has a new exhibition, C’est Wouf!, up at gallery Air de Paris, featuring light fixtures, neon sculptures, and more.
Storm Thorgerson, famed album artist and childhood friend of Pink Floyd, has died following a battle with cancer.
In 2010, The National went on tour, bringing Matt Berninger’s younger brother Tom along to document it. That film, which opens Tribeca this week, turned out to be a lot more than a tour documentary.
Inspired by psychological horror and bold visuals, Kristina Ianatchkova and Christina Vantzou are working on a short film about a woman descending into madness. They need your help to get a high-speed camera to complete it.
Risk-taking multimedia artist Nader Sadek will finally unveil his human-leather special edition of Living Flesh in April. Attend if you dare.
Producer, film scorer, and PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish has a busy April, including a release of his own soundtrack material. Watch as his sonic diversity accents the human conditions that we call love and conflict.
The London Burlesque Festival, one of the biggest showcases of burlesque’s modern revival, has tickets on sale now for its seventh annual gathering.
A massive, freakish sculpture that took eight months to complete, Ben Bonner‘s Cloudghoultrillghost was chosen by Canadian hardcore band KEN Mode as the cover art for its new album, Entrench. We talked to Bonner about his creative process and what exactly a Cloudghoultrillghost is.
As part of its series pairing live musicians with a silent film, The San Francisco International Film Festival has gathered Mike Patton, Scott Amendola, William Winant, and Matthias Bossi and given them the fantastic world of 1924’s Waxworks to score.
Painter Jeff Jordan did some of The Mars Volta’s better covers, including Bedlam in Goliath and Octahedron, and he became famous for it. Check out the interview he did over at Verbicide Magazine, where he discusses music, inspiration, and how you define yourself.