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Dubbed today’s hottest record in the world is CHVRCHES’ new track “Get Away.” The track is lifted from the BBC’s Radio 1 Rescores: Drive (curated by Zane Lowe) project. The reworked soundtrack will also include music from The 1975, Baauer, BANKS, Bastille, Bring Me The Horizon, Eric Prydz, Foals, John Hopkins, Laura Mvula, The Neighbourhood, SBTRKT, and Simon Neil.




"Akira Kurosawa: When I conceive an original idea that I wish to turn into a script, I lock myself up in a hotel with paper and pencil. At that point I have a general idea of the plot, and I know more or less how it is going to end. If I don’t know what scene to begin with, I follow the stream of the ideas that spring up naturally.

Marquez: Is the first thing that comes to your mind an idea or an image?

Kurosawa: I can’t explain it very well, but I think it all begins with several scattered images. By contrast, I know that scriptwriters here in Japan first create an overall view of the script, organizing it by scenes, and after systematizing the plot they begin to write. But I don’t think that is the right way to do it, since we are not God.”

Read the LA Times’ selections from Gabriel Garcia-Marquez’s six hour interview with Kurosawa, which took place in Tokyo in 1990, during the filming of “Rhapsody in August” (1991), here