Curator's Choice

"Under the Silver Lake

Caleb Carter

Underappreciated and misjudged: David Robert Mitchell's paranoid world where everything is a pattern of self-reference hopscotches between Campbell and Hitchcock, Freud and Pynchon. One of those glorious cinematic experiences where the huge chasm between where you began and where you end up opens without you even noticing."

"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."

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