The 2023 edition of pop cultural behemoth New York Comic Con is underway all weekend at Javits Center.
The documentary is from director Nick Broomfield (Kurt & Courtney) and explores the life, career and death of Stones founder Brian Jones. It’s in theaters November 7 and hits streaming on November 17.
‘Who Can See Forever’ was filmed at Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, NC and the soundtrack is out November 17 via Sub Pop
Watch The Birthday Party talk being "too hot for NY" in new doc clip ++ 2nd Brooklyn screening added
The Birthday Party documentary ‘Mutiny in Heaven’ is screening around North America to coincide with Nick Cave’s current solo tour.
Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas and June Diane Raphael will be taking their long-running bad movie podcast How Did This Get Made on the road this fall, including a Brooklyn show at BAM.
Katy J Pearson taps Wet Leg, H Hawkline & more for 'Songs From The Wicker Man' EP (hear "Fire Leap")
The EP is out October 31 and is part of the 50th anniversary celebration of cult British horror film ‘The Wicker Man.’
”Justin, for me, occupies the same sort of space as GG Allin or Harmony Korine. These oddities that seem to have this otherworldly sort-of gut level understanding of what is provocative and mesmerizing. He has so much lore about him. The Jerry Springer appearance. The chaos of shows he played. It just seems obvious to me that it’s great material for a doc.”
The LA premiere of the new 4K restoration of ‘Stop Making Sense’ was even more of a reunion with live band members Steve Scales, Lynn Mabry and Ednah Holt also in attendance.