Coming soon – the LIP magazine music issue featuring… Graham Coxon on art and inspiration, The Pipettes, Emily Ford on the sounds coming from the London Underground, Miles Johnson talks to Tamer Nafer of DAM, artist Idris Khan talks to Mark Grimmer about representing music in photography, Professor Julian Leff on music and psychiatry, Laura Alsopp discusses the Frieze art fair, Tim Noakes speaks to the inventor of the MPC, Roger Linn and Hedley Twidle explains why Keith Jarrett is essential listening plus much, much more.
The Media Issue of the LIP is available to buy now, featuring Giles Coren on life as a novelist and critic, The Times War correspondent, Anthony Loyd on his addiction to war, Al Jazeera’s Satnam Matharu on the press in the Arab world, Laura Keynes on 18th century hack work, Tom Wipperman on what the French can teach us about diversity in publishing, and Serpent’s Tail founder Pete Ayrton on posh porn.
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Set against the background of the violence in occupied Palestine, Paradise Now sketches the lives of two young men who find themselves on the front line of the Palestinian resistance movement, for very different reasons, and with very different consequences.