Game of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin has just released his new book, Fire & Blood and it’s not what you’d expect. Written in cooperation with Elio García and Linda Antonsson, it follows the reign of house Targaryen and takes place 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones. https://twitter.com/GRRMspeaking/status/1064884879480037381 The wait for the latest chapter of Martin’s saga, The Winter Winds, has been as long as only the winters in Westeros can be - and it doesn’t look like it'll end anytime soon. During Thursday's interview with Stephen Colbert, the award-winning author admitted that The Winter Winds remains his top priority, even though the original release was dated for 2015. It’s quite clear by now that we’re not going to get the book this year either. Wh
Until January 20th, 2019 the 24-hour-long film “The Clock” by Christian Marclay will be on show at Tate Modern. The movie, which first came out in 2010, is a 24-hour-long video installation on the big screen. The aim of the director is challenging the concept of the “unreality” of time usually given by the cinema. Marclay’s artwork is made out of hundreds of movie scenes in which the current time is either told in the dialogues or showed on a clock. The time you see on screen is synchronised with real time. Achieving this outcome took years of research and montage. Time in the movies “The Clock,” for which Marclay was awarded the Golden Lion at 2011 Venice festival, is at Tate Modern for the first time. More than a movie, though, it is an actual experience. Typically, when you
Words & Photos: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Joanne Clark and Lavinia Petrucci Courage My Love are back in the UK to present their album Synesthesia, after a week on Warped Rewind At Sea. Here, they talk about their relationship with fans, their love for poutine and obviously their UK tour. An energy and relationship within the band I have never seen before, Courage My Love know how to hold the crowd and go crazy on stage. Make sure you follow this band around, because you're going to hear from them often. First of all, I love Canada ... Jesus you guys have poutine! Phoenix: Yeah! Chips and gravy! Mercedes: You guys should have it in the UK. So good. Welcome to the UK. How do you feel about playing overseas and not in your home country? Phoenix: It's honestly really fun. It's li...
Words: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Lavinia Petrucci We interviewed Justin Mylo ahead of his first ever UK show in London. He told us about the struggles of being an artist, how to make the perfect track and coping with success at a young age. When we walked into his hotel, Justin Mylo was waiting for us at the lobby. He was relaxed and wouldn't show any sign of stress, I mean you're about to play one of the biggest London venue, Brixton Academy, how can you be so chill? I've just found out it's a huge venue, I didn't really know (laughs). But once we walk into his room he tells us all about his feelings, the way he started his career and the struggles new artists may find along the way if they want their music to be successful. He's here to open for his long-time friend Martin Garri