Sunday Brunch: Classic cinema, design and literature
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1 April 2018
We bust out the classics as we rediscover some icons of British cinema, learn how album art is designed with Rick Froberg and John Reis of Hot Snakes, and leaf through a transcript of ‘The Great Gatsby’. Meanwhile, we discover some of the world’s emerging artists and try some herbal concoctions. Plus: Marie Billon goes through the weekend papers.
1 April 2018
Rick Froberg and John Reis are a couple of the creative minds behind noisy US indie rock band Hot Snakes – and Froberg creates the group's art, too. They talk through why latest album “Jericho Sirens” takes a new visual direction and some of their favourite record covers from the past.
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