Published Jul 30, 2010Our newest edition of Exclaim! is making its way across the country. But if you want to enjoy an online copy in the comfort of your own home, simply click on over to our August issue contents page.
This month's cover features an animated Edgar Wright, director of the much-anticipated Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, which is due out in theatres later this month. The movie is an adaptation of the six-part graphic novel series written by Bryan Lee O'Malley, starring Brampton, ON-born Michael Cera.
Duo Dave Macklovitch and Patrick Gemayel of Chromeo give us some answers about their third album, Business Casual, in our Questionnaire section. Also, read about Exclaim! Editor-in-Chief James Keast's adventures in Taiwan's indie music scene in this month's Research section.
The Points section this month contains a variety of different feature articles, with the latest updates from Seu Jorge, the Mountains & the Trees, Versus, Norma Jean and Wavves.
Get a lesson on the legalities of taking video footage at live shows in our Music Summer School section, as well as learn what playing live is like for techno master Nathan Jonson of HRDVSION in the Where I Play section.
August's Conversations start out with Toronto, ON hip-hop producer Marco Polo, who discusses his second album, The Stupendous Adventures of..., and who he wants to work with next. Speaking of hip-hop, we got a chance to chat with the Questlove of the Roots, who talks about being the house band on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, as well as the band's latest album, How I Got Over. We also talk with Strike Anywhere's Thomas Barnett, and Stephen Egertonof the Decedents and All.
There is tons more content on Exclaim.ca, including film and music reviews, interviews and articles. For the full list of what's out there now, check out the August Contents page.