When it comes to library music, human generosity and creativity have no bounds. There’s always more to discover. This “background music” demands closer attention.
New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Matt DeMello talks about his new Abbey Road covers album, as well as his own idiosyncratic compositions.
Four Tet’s four-hour party at Tempodrom shows that clubbing in Berlin is a profoundly communal affair, a social ritual of the highest order.
William Oldroyd and Thomasin McKenzie discuss sympathising with a young woman caught between fantasy and reality in the adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh’s Eileen.
Most of the comedies in Laurel & Hardy: Year One starred others, so this set shows the evolution of the dual film by film, getting better as they go along.
Scarface implies that under capitalism, “getting high on your own supply” is inevitable, as the system is based on the exploitation of dissatisfaction.