The Quietus | Features | A Quietus Interview

The Quietus | Features | A Quietus Interview

Photos by Mark McGuinness The night before sitting down with Dara Kiely and Daniel Fox of Gilla Band, I watched Moonage Daydream. A loosely structured exploration of the life and career of David Bowie via sound and vision collage, filmmaker Brett Morgan effectively pieces it together with excerpts of the musician speaking in various interviews. … Read more

Grounded: the revival of Kelela

Grounded: the revival of Kelela

Taken from the autumn 2022 issue of Dazed. You can buy a copy of our latest issue here. This is not a comeback tale; instead, it is nothing short of the revival of Kelela. A jubilee, of sorts, for a beloved artist who hasn’t been gone at all – she’s been listening. Since dipping ever … Read more

The Quietus | Opinion | Black Sky Thinking

The Quietus | Opinion | Black Sky Thinking

Wikimedia Commons Royal Academy, London, 17 September 1997. Milling through the packed crowd in this most exclusive of exhibition private views, where Salman Rushdie is close to bumping into Jarvis Cocker,  is an incongruous figure: rakish, unshaven, unkempt hair, dirty crumpled shirt, trousers held up with string instead of a belt, and ‘shoes’ held together … Read more

‘The Woman King’ vereeuwigt zwarte vrouwelijke krijgers op het scherm

‘The Woman King’ vereeuwigt zwarte vrouwelijke krijgers op het scherm

Het hoort erbij de eerste afbeelding die ik zie wanneer Gina Prince-Bythewood zich aanmeldt voor ons videogesprek, is een foto van zichzelf als klein meisje. Ze loopt een paar minuten achter op haar laatste interview, dus ze heeft haar camera nog niet helemaal ingesteld als we elkaar voor het eerst ontmoeten, virtueel, van aangezicht tot … Read more

Pavement talks reunion tour, R.E.M., and Sonic Youth

Pavement talks reunion tour, R.E.M., and Sonic Youth

Pavement (from left): Mark Ibold, Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich, Steve West, and Scott KannbergPhoto: Moses Berkson/Courtesy of Matador Records “They’re just great guys, all of them. And they even gave us an extra couple hundred bucks for gas money to help get us home when we were flat broke at the end of the tour,” … Read more

Tom Cruise stunts: The unofficial Cruise guide to laughing in the face of death

Tom Cruise stunts: The unofficial Cruise guide to laughing in the face of death

Okay, so Cruise nor the entire cast of rookie pilots actually flew the planes we see in the legacy sequel, but they experienced the next best thing in the passenger seat. During the first Top Gun movie, he threw up in his oxygen mask the first time he experienced the brutal forces of extreme flight. … Read more

Pensacola movie theaters participate in National Cinema Day – WEAR

Pensacola movie theaters participate in National Cinema Day – WEAR

Pensacola movie theaters participate in National Cinema Day  WEAR National Cinema Day offers moviegoers tickets starting at $3.00  KMPH Fox 26 Movie Theaters Delivered 3 Dollar Tickets, Excitement For Fans  CinemaBlend Angelenos beat the heat, enjoy National Cinema Day with $3 movie tickets  CBS Los Angeles Moviegoers take advantage of special deals on National Cinema Day  14 News WFIE Evansville … Read more

John Williams Debuts New Indiana Jones 5 Music, and It’s Great

John Williams Debuts New Indiana Jones 5 Music, and It’s Great

Indiana Jones 5 was always fated to be a big deal, both for being the potential swan song to Harrison Ford’s adventurer, and for featuring the final film score by composer John Williams. (He’ll continue to compose independent orchestras and symphony pieces.) Williams turned 90 back in February, and has done the music for all Jones … Read more

David LaChapelle on the death of the superstar

David LaChapelle on the death of the superstar

1988 – David LaChapelle – ‘Fly On My Sweet Angel Fly on to the Sky’ (1988, Farmington, Connecticut)   © David LaChapelle, courtesy of Fotografiska New York) If David LaChapelle could save one artwork from his upcoming show, Make Believe, at New York’s Fotografiska — just around the corner from the East Village loft where he held … Read more

De dood van obsceniteit: hoe seks de kracht om te provoceren verloor

De dood van obsceniteit: hoe seks de kracht om te provoceren verloor

Positieve seks heeft het gezicht van de kunstwereld veranderd, nu artiesten als Tracey Emin en Robert Mapplethorpe hun controversiële voorsprong verliezen – misschien is het voor het beste Dit artikel maakt deel uit van ons Future of Sex-seizoen – een reeks functies die de toekomst van seks, relaties, dating, seks werk en seks rechten van … Read more