Also, we interviewed Marina Abramopug's partner in crime, Amnesty International landed in Ferguson and some promoters bid to turn a disused fort on the Thames into ‘Berghain-on-sea’
An Aphex blimp and some graffiti was enough to set pulses racing and tongues wagging but the Cornish electronica god made it official this week – he'll release a new album in September. Naturally he let everyone know through the deep web and his press release was a garbled swamp of nonsense. Have a listen to Selected Ambient Works 85-92 above.
Who needs Marina Abramovic when you can have Marina Abramopug staring into your soul? The artistic pug made her debut outside the Serpentine on 16 August - we caught up with her collaborator Hannah Ballou to talk about the "genius" of Marina and future plans to collaborate with Snoop Dogg.
Civil unrest has become so tense in Ferguson that the human rights organisation Amnesty International sent a team to work in the city, liaising with police and protesters on the ground after the shooting of 18-year old Michael Brown.
Some enterprising promoters called Minival are bidding to turn a disused fort on the Thames into "Berghain-on-sea". They reckon they need £750,000 to turn it into a fully functioning club. What could possibly go wrong?
Normally, the Camden council don't allow statues to be erected until 20 years have passed since the person died. However, Amy Winehouse is undoubtedly the borough's princess and so an exception had to be made. The bronze sculpture to celebrate the life of the iconic singer will be unveiled on 14 September, the date that would have been Winehouse's 31st birthday.