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Irvine Welsh to release acid house album

Music

Irvine Welsh to release acid house album

by Simon Doherty

If he's half as good at producing tunes as he is at writing, we're onto a winner here folks.
Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

Television

Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

by Lucy Scholes

Elena Ferrante’s novel took the world by storm, but will it shine as bright on screen?
‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

Movies

‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

by Douglas Greenwood

Luca Guadagnino’s remake 1977 Dario Argento's iconic horror film has divided critics and audiences, but it has all the makings of a future cult classic.
Michelle Obama’s sensational memoir is really a book about Trump

Politics

Michelle Obama’s sensational memoir is really a book about Trump

by Matthew d'Ancona

We got a copy of 'Becoming' ahead of its publication today.
Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

Health

Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

by Oenone Forbat

This National Self-Care Week, a fitness influencer talks us through what the wellness trend means to her, and how we can all get on board.
The art world's Afro Supa Hero

Art

The art world's Afro Supa Hero

by Lorayne Crawford

Jon Daniel was one of the most prominent black creatives of his generation.
Can you oppose abortion and still be a feminist?

Politics

Can you oppose abortion and still be a feminist?

by Alice Thwaite

Is thoughtful contact with those whose views we do not share a force for ‘mutual recognition’ and greater self-awareness?
Hunting for Bourbon and ghosts in Kentucky

On The Road

Hunting for Bourbon and ghosts in Kentucky

by Olive Pometsey

The Last Drop Distillers are in the business of seeking out the rarest spirits in the world. We went to Kentucky to join them on their quest.
Behind the British animation renaissance

Art

Behind the British animation renaissance

by Pamela Hutchinson

Animate Projects and Anim18 are throwing a nationwide celebration of British animation.
Is William Sitwell the Harvey Weinstein of animal rights?

Social

Is William Sitwell the Harvey Weinstein of animal rights?

by Clementine Crawford

Are we witnessing the vegan watershed moment?
Michael Heizer at Gagosian Le Bourget

Art

Michael Heizer at Gagosian Le Bourget

by Young Kim

Our writer was 'struck down' when she first laid eyes upon the French gallery's latest exhibition.
The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #11: Azeema Magazine

Vodcast

The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #11: Azeema Magazine

DRUGSTORE CULTURE salutes Azeema, an independent magazine celebrating the femininity of Middle Eastern and North African women and women of colour.
Stripping portraiture bare

Art

Stripping portraiture bare

by Zoe Whitfield

The ‘Exposed: The Naked Portrait’ exhibition at Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery reveals more that just its subjects' bodies.
London's independent musicians are transforming the industry

Music

London's independent musicians are transforming the industry

by Eleanor Halls

Could this be the beginning of the end for the major record labels?
Julian Assange's cat

LOLZ

Julian Assange's cat

by Matthew d'Ancona

Some important information.
The season of the witch

Movies

The season of the witch

by James Oliver

From ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ to Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Suspiria’ remake, witchcraft still persists as one of the great horror archetypes, but its history is grimmer than anything on screen.
Socialism v barbarism: a false choice

Politics

Socialism v barbarism: a false choice

by James Bloodworth

‘There is a choice facing humanity, but it is not Socialism verses Barbarism but rather ambiguity and pluralism versus dogmatism and a static view of nature and mankind.’
Halloween movies to watch immediately... If you dare

Movies

Halloween movies to watch immediately... If you dare

by Drugstore Culture

The DRUGSTORE CULTURE team round up their festive favourites to keep you entertained until 31 October.