Burning Flag Film for Gil by Kirsty Allison

Burning Flag begs for a borderless world, and stands as a warning against nationalism.

Rather than Gil filming his own video on his iPhone, and sourcing found footage, it was natural for Kirsty to film Gil’s vision of having projections for the single Burning Flag, performed on a Saturday at Brixton’s Beyond Time Pictures studio. It’s a live performance with Mikey Buckley on guitar, who also mixed this album, with Joes Watts on bass, and Kirsty on keys. Continue reading Burning Flag Film for Gil by Kirsty Allison

HOWLIN WEREWOLF

The cult of Werewolf movies: from John Landis making An American Werewolf in London (1981) to Kliminsky’s La Noche de Walpurgis aka The Werewolf vs. The Vampire Woman (1970),  or the best soundtracked, Werewolves on Wheels (1971), there’s some new dawgs in cinema this week, and on demand from 4 October.  Simply called Werewolf, it takes us to eastern Europe for a particularly apt horror show.  Cold Lips’ author, Richard … Continue reading HOWLIN WEREWOLF