This week for A.T.M. we have Tanlines’ latest LP, an exhibition by artist Michael Vasquez and a film by Italian writer and director, Matteo Garrone.
Highlights by Tanlines
For their sophomore album, synth-duo, Tanlines made a mock Netflix site where each track has distinct artwork with a brief description of the song and its meaning.
Hightlights is said to be influenced by the bands time spent on the road while touring for their 2012 release, Mixed Emotions. According to a press release, the LP “sees them reaching “for the sounds of 90’s New York hip-hop drums, Detroit techno synths, and lots and lots of guitars.”
The LP is set to be released today, May 19 through Matador Records. To stream the album click on the link to their “Tanflix” site below. Also below, check out the album’s first released single, Slipping Away.
Tanflix site here.
02. Slipping Away
04. Two Thousand Miles
05. Invisible Ways
06. Bad Situations
07. Running Still
09. If You Stay
10. Darling Dreamer
“Neighborhood Reclamation” by Michael Vasquez
“The figurative artist presents the (stereo) typical trappings of an underserved community through interspersed canvases that range in form and size.”
Doors open at 6 p.m. and admission is free and open to the public. For more information on Michael Vasquez and Neighborhood Reclamation click here.
Tale of Tales by director Matteo Garrone
With much gained attention after its recent screening at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Tale of Tales is based on a series of fairy tales by 17th century Italian author Giambattista Basile.
The film has been the talk of the festival mainly due in part by a scene where Salma Hayek, who plays a jealous queen, appears repulsively eating the raw heart of some fantasy beast. This scene has almost become the icon for the film.
Tale of Tales debuted in Italy May 14 with U.K. and U.S. dates coming soon thereafter.
Check out the trailer below: