15DAYStolive The things to catch this fortnight
Dadafest International Scotland THEATRE / COMEDY / VISUAL ART A showcase of work by disability and deaf artists, featuring Swedish theatre company Moonstern and new work from performer Mat Fraser (pictured). See preview, page 83. Various venues, Glasgow & Edinburgh, until Thu 25 Nov. 3
Caribou MUSIC A stunner of an electronica line-up, with Four Tet, Nathan Fake, James Holden and rocketnumbernine appearing alongside headliner Caribou. See preview, page 62. 02 ABC, Glasgow, Sun 21 Nov. Metropolis FILM With 25 minutes of lost film recovered from a dusty vault in Argentina, Fritz Lang’s sci-fi vision is more complete than ever. See DVD review, page 56. DVD/Blu-ray from Mon 22 Nov (Eureka/Masters of Cinema).
Scientist vs The Upsetters CLUBS Lee Perry’s band (some of whom are original Wailers) join Jamaican dub engineer Scientist (pictured) for the Tectonic label’s celebration of all things bass. See preview, page 36. Stereo, Glasgow, Sun 21 Nov.
Childish Things VISUAL ART Intriguing new exhibition that explores the post Dada/surrealist use of toys and childhood themes in art. See preview, page 89. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Fri 19 Nov–Sun 23 Jan. Death Disco CLUBS Uber-producers and soundtrack supremos The Count & Sinden head up the DD line-up this month, accompanied by a ton of folk from the ABRACADA label. See feature, page 35. Arches, Glasgow, Sat 20 Nov.
Machete FILM Robert Rodriguez’ Grindhouse offshoot has finally arrived, with an eclectic cast including Robert De Niro, Don Johnson, and Danny Trejo in the title role. See review, in Film. General release Fri 26 Nov.
4 THE LIST 18 Nov–2 Dec 2010