Curator's Choice

"Angela Carter's Heroes
& Villains

Caleb Carter

is a gaudy Eden that subsumes the dichotomized beneath an intertextual rubble where the Bible brushes shoulders with Shakespeare and the ego wrestles with chaos. Double-bill this with Blood Meridian to see "civilization" swallowed by the raucous carnival of barbarity. Opposites will flail.

"Daft Punk's 'Homework'

Bryson Edward Howe

Bringing the French touch to a burgeoning international rave utopia, Daft Punk’s debut album fused man and machine and coded the future of the dancefloor. This was the beat of a new era, the pulse of modernity. Long live."