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B16 said in Agosto 23rd, 2010 at 22:20

E Jarmush festeggia (con) Iggy!

Ghost Dog and Mystery Train’s Jim Jarmusch has revealed details about a documentary about Iggy Pop, as well as his forthcoming film project, while curating All Tomorrow’s Parties in New York. His follow-up film to The Limits Of Control will feature Tilda Swinton, who Jarmusch has worked with on Broken Flowers, as well as his last film.

He told Pitchfork: “I have a new film project that’s really foremost for me. I hope to shoot early next year with Tilda Swinton and Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska, who was Alice in Wonderland in Tim Burton’s film. I don’t have that quite financed yet, so I’m working on that.”

The director revealed that as well as the new flick, he will be working on a long-term documentary project with Iggy Pop after the singer asked him to get involved.

Jarmusch said: “It’s something Iggy [Pop] asked me to do. There’s a rule in my household that if Iggy is playing anywhere within 90 miles, we go. It’s going to take a few years though. There’s no rush on it.”


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B16 said in Agosto 23rd, 2010 at 22:23

Altro gigante con giganti…Eno e Warp Records:

Big-time producer, art-rock god, and ambient mastermind Brian Eno returns with his first album for Warp Records, Small Craft on a Milk Sea. The album was made with similarly experimental collaborators Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams and is out November 2 (November 15 in the UK). That windswept image above is the cover.

Small Craft on a Milk Sea will be available in regular old CD and digital formats as well as two deluxe versions: A limited edition box featuring the album on CD, vinyl, and download, as well as a bonus CD with four extra tracks, and a lithograph of Eno’s artwork, as well as a super-limited collectors’ edition set featuring all of the above plus an entirely “unique and customised 12″ square silkscreen print” by Eno himself as well as “a real copper plate, etched with the title and edition number embedded in the slipcase spine.” Check out pretty preview pics of the exclusive sets at Eno’s site.


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