REVIEW: RESIST IN BELFAST
“The night is very experimental and left field, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a bit of cheese right ...
COLOUR & OBSERVATION: OPASHONA TALKS
A designer behind some of the most innovative rave flyers, zines and sleeve artwork of the present describes her inspiration.
'MANCHESTER KEEPS ON DANCING' FILM TO PREMIERE NEXT MONTH
Javi Senz's dance music documentary receives its world premiere at London's Doc'n Roll Film Festival on 4th November.
COLD LOOKING FOR THAT HERO, WE WATCH CHANNEL ZERO
How online horror fan fiction got turned into a TV series…
MUTE RECORDS CELEBRATE 40TH ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW PHOTO BOOK
'Mute: A Visual Document: From 1978 – Tomorrow' is published 16th November by Thames & Hudson.
FIELD TRIPS VIDEO UNVEILED FEATURING PAUL WHITE
Bonafide Magazine have collaborated with Shure microphones to produce a stunning short film.
OIL, DRUGS & SPECIAL EFFECTS: THE EVIL WITHIN
"He was our best friend, we wanted his legacy to be proven. We weren't going to let people think he ...
SUITE VENITIENNE & SOPHIE CALLE: A REFLECTION ON THE ART OF STALKING
We approach the 40th Anniversary of one of conceptual art's greatest feats.
AI WEIWEI SET TO BUILD FENCES IN NEW YORK TO DIVIDE BOROUGHS
The artist come activist is set to host a new city wide exhibition which will see him build "security" fences ...
CRAIG RICHARDS TO RELEASE ART BOOK AT HOUGHTON FESTIVAL
The organiser, dj and St Martin's graduate has hand drawn 96 images to represent every artist playing at Houghton festival ...
BANDCAMP TO DONATE FRIDAY PROFIT SHARE TO TRANSGENDER RIGHTS GROUP
100% of their share of every sale on Friday will go to the Transgender Law Center.
CAPTURE THE FLAG: PHOTOS FROM THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF HONG KONG’S HANDOVER
Steven Tendyra documents the celebrations and protests surrounding the 20th anniversary of the formation of the Hong Kong SAR.
VANDALISM IN THEORY & PRACTICE: ‘ADVERTISING SHITS IN YOUR HEAD’ REVIEWED
Matt Broomfield reviews Dog Section Press's hand book of subvertising fun
BARRY NORMAN'S FORGOTTEN NOVEL: A BIZARRE DYSTOPIAN APARTHEID SATIRE
End Product- a freakish sci-fi shockfest of race wars, corrupt British elites and global cannibalism written by the young Barry ...
SPREAD THE KNOWLEDGE! RANSOM NOTE TO HOST SERIES OF TALKS IN RYE WAX
The Ransom Note Communion kicks off with a House Hunting lecture & Q&A on Boyd Jarvis.
DARK PRE-NATAL SHOCKS: PREVENGE REVIEW
Alice Lowe's directorial debut stars an evil foetus and is a celebration of British black comedy.
"PEOPLE STILL WANT SOMETHING TO HOLD ON TO": MÉTRON CREATIVE STUDIOS TALK
With album artwork for International Feel, Ninja Tune, Houndstooth and more, Jack Hardwicke shares his journey.
REVIEW: STEVE JONES - LONELY BOY
The Pistols guitarist bares all in the most filthy rock n roll biography of the year
PULP CULT: THE TERRIBLE FUTURES OF RAY BRADBURY
A collection of podcasts and shows from the master of suspense.
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BLACK STAR SEASON: ASHLEY CLARK TALKS
Film programmer Ashley Clark sits down with Ransom Note to talk about the importance of the BFI Black Star Season.
PULP CULT: THE LOVECRAFTIAN HORROR OF HENRY KUTTNER
Chilling audio tales from the pen of 1930s pulp horror master Henry Kuttner...
REVIEW: MARK ARCHER- THE MAN BEHIND THE MASK
The story of Mark Altern8' Archer brings home just how influential the band were
ARTISTS 'DOES' AND CASE MACLAIM SPEND 6 WEEKS PAINTING METRO STATION
The duo gave Ostendstraße metro station a vibrant makeover.
PEPE THE FROG BRANDED AS "HATE SYMBOL"
The former meme has been added to a list of symbols by the Anti-Defamation League.
J DILLA GETS STORYBOOK MAKEOVER
The early years of the iconic producer are to be published as a children's book.
DISCUSSING 'ALL THE RIGHT NOTES'- A NEW FESTIVAL SPLICING MUSIC & THEATRE
Curator Joe Muggs takes us through unplugged grime superheroes, acid house chatter & swastika buttplugs
REVIEWED: SHADOW WORLD
The Adam Curtis-like documentary details the reach of the international arms trade
LOST & FOUND #25: SOCIETY
Somewhere between political satire and gross gore fest, Society imagined a world where the rich literally ate the poor..
REVIEW: DAYDREAMING WITH STANLEY KUBRICK
After 10 minutes in there, there was a certain feeling of euphoria, wellbeing and connection, whether from reminiscence or actual ...
HIGH-RISE DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW
Social wars galore in Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s novel, his most bonkers film.
STEVEN SPIELBERG'S 'DUEL'
Spielberg may have pioneered the blockbuster film in the mid-Seventies, but its the simplicity of Duel that I believe has ...
MEETING THE RISE OF THE MODERN MECHANICAL ORCHESTRA
A new performance, Meeting, is centred around a computer controlled, mechanically played soundtrack - just one of the many new ...
CRISIS: PAT MILLS REMEMBERING THE COMIC THAT CHANGED THE GAME
Pat Mills on Third World war, his long out of print 90s protest comic that predicted most of the sh*t ...
WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE - STUDIO GHIBLI'S FINAL FILM EVALUATED
The final release from the iconic Japanese animation house is now showing in UK cinemas in an English dub. How ...