This, truly, is one of the coolest concepts we’ve seen in the art world in a long minute. Olloclip, creators of mobile-photography technology, are putting on an art show in Orange County that is worth looking into  — perhaps with a magnifying glass. The show’s theme is nothing big, literally, baring the bold but teensy title […]


4 Jul
Sayonarah suckers, & see you all on Monday...

We came here to do two things: chew bubble gum and celebrate America. And since we’re all out of bubble gum, we’re gonna switch over to Lagunitas IPA, a handle of Maker’s Mark, about 20 pounds in Mexican fireworks and enough raw meat to re-assemble an entire cow. Thanks for reading everyone, we’re gonna take […]


28 May
Full EP from Toronto duo coming July 1st

After releasing the single “Lost You” (featuring Twin Shadow on vocals) last week, Zeds Dead just dropped a preview mini-mix of their upcoming Somewhere Else EP set to release July 1st. With a collection of sounds spanning everything from house to hip-hop to glitch to dubstep, and a whole crew of collaborations (namely Bright Lights, Perry Ferrel, […]


4 Jul
Sure Bear Hands has some issues with our bullshit, but they still want to celebrate the 4th of July with all y'all

In honor of America’s birthday (‘MURICA’S NUMBER 1 MOTHERF*CKERS), post-punk/experimentalists Bear Hands have released a 12-minute video containing 3 songs titled Songs from Utopia Volume 1  — a collection of “quasi-political thought pieces” (tracklist below). The EP serves as a manifestation and recognition of urban consciousness, a collection of aware, outspoken songs regarding what the […]


19 Dec
The final installment in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy

It will be a bittersweet day when the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s much revered Batman trilogy drops July 20, as it will be the end to one of the best comic book franchise films of all time. This second trailer does nothting to quiet the buzz this film will generate as 2012 grows into […]


28 Jul
Screenshot: A hipster time travel movie with a twist

UPDATE: Miranda July’s second film The Future opens nationwide tomorrow, July 29, so we’re re-posting The Elf’s review plus adding a deleted scene below. It has been about six years since Miranda July’s first feature, Me and You and Everyone We Know, and fans of that oddball love story have been twiddling their thumbs waiting […]


21 Jul
West Coast debut July 23 at MOCA Pacific Design Center

It’s a big week coming up for Miranda July. The Los Angeles-based artist/filmmaker has an exhibit of eleven sculptures opening at MOCA‘s satellite Pacific Design Center gallery this weekend, and her second feature film, The Future, hits theaters on Friday. She might be giving manic Renaissance man James Franco a run for his money. July’s […]


4 Jul
Time to celebrate by watching a butt get spanked in slow motion

Happy America’s Birthday everyone — even to our non-American readers, you can thank us for not electing someone named Bush again. This goes especially out to all the infidels, miscreants, ne’er do wells and cosmic accidents — holidays are for you too! Remember a couple hundred years ago when we told the King of England […]