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Fan the Fire Magazine #28 - January 2010

Fan the Fire Magazine #28 - January 2010

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The January issue of Fan the Fire Magazine is out now featuring our films and albums of the year, Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, Prince Of Persia, Vampire Weekend, Delphic, The Drums, Katie Kirk, Vanja Mrgan, Henrik Purienne, Pierre Dal Corso and much more.
The January issue of Fan the Fire Magazine is out now featuring our films and albums of the year, Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, Prince Of Persia, Vampire Weekend, Delphic, The Drums, Katie Kirk, Vanja Mrgan, Henrik Purienne, Pierre Dal Corso and much more.

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HENRIK PURIENNEGIVES A NEW MEANING TO THE ‘L’ SIGN,LOUNGING AT HOME WITH THE NEW BERSHKA COLLECTIONPLUSREVIEW OF THE YEARTHE DRUMS AND THE GROWLERSDELPHIC, VAMPIRE WEEKENDAND WE BARBARIANS ALBUM REVIEWSDATE NIGHT, PRINCE OF PERSIAAND NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET PREVIEWSAVATAR, SHERLOCK HOLMES, EXAMAND ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS 2 REVIEWSART BY KATIE KIRK AND VANJA MRGANSTYLE BY JULIA GALDO AND PIERRE DAL CORSO
MUSIC // FILM // AR // SYLEISSUE 28 // JANUARY 2010
 FAN THE FIRE
 
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FAN THE FIRE
JANUARY 2010
E D I T O R ’ S L E T T E R
Without sitting down to think about it, 2009 seemedlargely a disappointment on the lm and music ront, butwhen it actually came to compiling a list o the best releas-es, there have been a air ew up or contention. op 10 listsoat around all the critics and generally the same group o lms ll every spot, although this year it hasn’t just beenthe Oscar-primed eatures making a case or themselves. Against all odds and cynical speculation, Avatar made a latepush or the top spot, although to nd out how it did you’llhave to check out our top 10 on page 12.Music was equally well contested but not by the much-touted ‘sound o 2010’ hopeuls. Albums rom the likeso Little Boots, Frankmusik and White Lies were disap-pointing, and those that did stick have largely aded ast. Acouple o surprise debuts instead stole a march, and ollow-up records completed the set. You can nd a ull rundowno our avourite albums o the year on page 22.Moving on to 2010 and some o the big releases arequick into the shop in January. New albums rom GoodShoes and Vampire Weekend hope to build on heady reputa-tions ater superb debuts, while We Barbarians at last putthe nishing touches to their long awaited rst LP. Already scheduled or an NME tour early next year, TeDrums are the third band bringing sur rock back that we’veeatured over the last couple o months. Our avouriteso the lot, ijuana Panthers, were rst up, with new boysSurer Blood last issue, although Te Drums are the highestprole o the lot having wowed the public with catchy single
Let’s Go Surng 
. On the other side o the coin, Te Growl-ers are simmering just beneath the surace on the LA musicscene, tipped to ollow in the ootsteps o ellow Calior-nians Delta Spirit.Back to lm and 2010 is shaping up to be a ne year orcinema, ree o the winter Oscar pack, crowd pleasers aremaking their comeback. We look orward to master o hor-ror Alexandre Aja’s new lm
Piranha 3D
, Luc Besson’s nextadventure in the animated world with
 Arthur And Te Re-venge O Maltazard 
, the somewhat promising looking
PrinceO Persia: Sands O ime
and Steve Carell’s new comedy
Date Night
.We go back to glorious illustrations in this month’sart. Katie Kirk’s
Eli, No!
series and others o her bright,imaginative art are a joy to behold. Next up, Vanja Mr-gan gives some amiliar aces a shaggy beard, and thoughBatman should always be clean-shaven when he’s ghtingcrime, even superheroes are allowed a bit o downtime. Lastup, Vanila BCN make typography much more than a choicebetween Arial and Helvetica.Style, as ever, takes charge o the last 40 pages. Covercontributor Henrik Purienne takes some time out at home,but he’s bombarded with models and the new Bershka rangeand what might have been a quiet aternoon in ront o theV turns into a gloriously exciting shoot. Rough meets thesmooth, Julia Galdo proves an abandoned warehouse can bethe perect location or the oreront o ashion. Te perectexample o over-exposed photography, Pierre Dal Corso’sery spread is low on colour, high on atmosphere, in clotheshot as hell. Enjoy the issue.
Sam Bathe
 FAN THE FIRE

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