What’s in The Ticket today – and your plugs
The Cure: Electric Picnic headliner Robert Smith on a lengthy, successful career on his own terms. The Roots: Questlove talks (and talks) about the best band hip-hop and his 15 different jobs ahead of next week’s Picnic appearance Electric Picnic …
The Cure: Electric Picnic headliner Robert Smith on a lengthy, successful career on his own terms.
The Roots: Questlove talks (and talks) about the best band hip-hop and his 15 different jobs ahead of next week’s Picnic appearance
Electric Picnic picks: Stradbally-bound Orbital, Cathy Davey Michael Kiwanuka and Le Galaxie on festival highlights and lowlights.
Colin Farrell: no, don’t think he’s heading to Co Laois. The Dublin superstar and gentleman gets into the ring again to plug Total Recall
Berberian Sound Studio: Peter Strickland, the man behind the award-winning Transylvanian thriller Katalin Varga, on his new flick about an English sound engineer summoned to Italy to work on a 1970s horror flick.
Plus CD reviews (including Dan Deacon, Stealing Sheep, iamamiwhoami, Jogging, Aiden Grimshaw, Spector, Master & Dog, Kevin Doherty, Christian Scott, Ondatropica), films (Shadow Dancer, The Imposter, The Three Stooges, Circumstance, The Watch, F for Fake), games (Orcs Must Die 2, Dust: An Elysian Tale, Hybrid), apps (2000AD), listings, news and much, much more.
That’s your winning Ticket in The Irish Times today in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.
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