Cobra Killer

The Lexington, 15 October 2009 Cobra Killer are two women in total control. Annika Trost and Gina V. D’Orio play industrial, electro-hardcore and their live shows resembles a dose of Weimar cabaret mixed with debauched digital chaos. Their music has been quite aptly described as Dreck Elecktro- ‘dirt electro’. It’s 21st century expressionist-feminist performance for…

Martin Creed

Work No.1020 at Sadler’s Wells “I want to feel better, better than I do, I want to feel better, better than you,” recites Martin Creed towards the end of a truly Creedesque evening of ballet, live music, prose and video works. His project Work No.1020 was presented by Sadler’s Wells and Frieze Music as part of a season marking…

RYAN MCGINLEY: Moonmilk

Alison Jacques Gallery, 11 September- 8 October 2009 The American artist Ryan McGinley has been the photographer to watch for a while now. He has been heading up the young, Downtown New York art scene with street spilling private views at his gallery Team, and creating a stir with his photographs of beautiful, naked friends.…

David Byrne

Royal Festival Hall, London 13th April 2009 David Byrne is currently on something close to a world tour to promote the album Everything That Happens Will Happen Today – his collaboration with producer supremo (and sporter of the most fabulous hairdo of the ’70s) Brian Eno. New York art rock enfant excentrique, David Byrne first…