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Two of Britain's Greatest Artists Made an Opera About Acid and Angels
Maverick composers Mica Levi and Dean Blunt came together for an opera that left our writer with more questions than answers.
Four Mind-Bending Things 'The X-Files' Taught Us About the Bill Clinton Era
Berlin-based producer Heatsick explored the cult TV show as part of PAN's takeover of London's ICA.
Warhol Screen Tests: Even Better with Poetry
Legendary poet John Giorno read alongside a multimedia installation of Warhol's 'Screen Tests.'
Legendary Photographer Dennis Morris on Bob Marley, Johnny Rotten, and Getting Shot
We sat down with the man who signed the Slits, was in Britain's first black punk band, and took the most famous photograph of Bob Marley in the world.
Performance Artist Nastio Mosquito Is Building Skyscrapers with His Mind
In an interview with the dude who's been called "the coolest guy in art," he tells us about his latest work, "The Age I Don't Remember," which comments on the fallacy of our identities.
Amazing Photographs of London Squatters in the 70s and 80s
Mark Cawson documented his time living in unoccupied buildings in the English capital. Now, his photographs are being exhibited for the first time.
Pirate Radio Turf War, Raids, and Raves: Looking Back at the Early Days of KISS FM
We talked to founder Gordon Mac and former DJ Lindsay Wesker about how their station—run illegally out of a Walthamstow tower block through the late-1980s—informed a generation of music-lovers.
Ibiza Looked Just As Fun Before the Rave Generation Arrived
During the mid-70s and late 80s, instead of being overrun by tourists getting dressed up in their best pair of shorts to hurl $15 at a luminous bottle of drink in Pacha, Ibiza Town was full of beautiful European people wearing weird clothes and dancing...