The Lines Are Drawn: Wilmari Botha
Today we meet Wilmari Botha - illustrator, lecturer and resident of Johannesburg.
Listen to Mo Kolours' New Song, 'How I'
London label One-Handed Music's half-Mauritian, half-English singer/percussionist Mo Kolours has just dropped a new EP entitled How I (Rhythm Love Affair).
Art Links: It Turns Out H from 'Steps' Is An OK Painter
It turns out that Ian H Watkins - formerly H of 90’s musical disaster Steps - is a painter, and he has an exhibition of his work, “drawn from the experience of escaping into the landscape” running right now.
Lamenting the Death of the Video Rental Store with the Director of ’Rental’
We got all nostalgic with the guy who’s making a film about the last-ever video rental store (relax, it’s fictional).
Ty Evans Has Made Another Epic Skate Film
‘We Are Blood’ is about the commercialization of skateboarding, among other things.
Pangaea II: New Art From Africa & Latin America
Wandering through the Saatchi Gallery's latest offering - a vivid supercontinent of African and Latin American art.
Enjoy SBTRKT's New Song FLAREtWO Right Here
The infamous masked musician has dropped three new tracks on his Soundcloud page.
Stream Johnny Jewel’s Synth Score to Ryan Gosling’s ‘Lost River’
The film is supposed to be awful, but the soundtrack ain't bad...
Jake Gyllenhaal Is in Loads of Interesting Films This Year
He’s basically the next Matthew McConaughey.
Watch Action Bronson Chopping Onions
And some other even stranger vignettes in this inventive mini-doc about the NY hip-hop scene.
Also on Canvas
Art Clip Of The Week: Harvey Pekar, Jazz Obsessive
In this clip, Pekar discusses his obsession. Getting into the vinyl habit at 16 and finding the music fascinating to deconstruct, it soon became financially draining and disruptive to his normal life.
Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll
Politics and rock 'n' roll collide in this intriguing documentary from Cambodia.
Lars von Trier TV Show Episode Available To Download
Where do I sign?