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THE FILM

De­pend­ing on who you ask, Ed­ward Snow­den is ei­ther a hero or one of the great­est traitors in US his­tory. Still, his life makes for a great spy tale. Writ­ten and di­rected by Oliver Stone, this film stars Joseph Gor­don-le­vitt, along with Shai­lene Wood­ley, Scott East­wood, Zachary Quinto and Ni­co­las Cage (re­ally). Snow­den is in cin­e­mas Septem­ber 22

THE SPEAKER

La-based Hult De­sign has crowd-funded a new speaker, in­spired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe. And this Blue­tooth-ready con­crete and cop­per num­ber is the sex­i­est thing to hit mu­sic since Emily Rata­jkowski went to Coachella. Ap­prox. $450; hult­de­sign.com

THE AL­BUM

The Goth-fa­ther of Aussie mu­sic is back, but your first chance to hear it is ac­tu­ally in up­com­ing film One More Time With Feel­ing. Air­ing the night be­fore the al­bum’s re­lease, it fea­tures the en­tirety of Skele­ton Tree, com­bined with “in­ter­mit­tent nar­ra­tion and im­pro­vised ru­mi­na­tion” from Mr Cave him­self. Skele­ton Tree is out Septem­ber 9; One More Time With Feel­ing is in se­lected cin­e­mas Septem­ber 8

THE BOOK

AFTER A CA­REER STRETCH­ING MORE THAN 50 YEARS, 65 MIL­LION AL­BUM SALES, 20 GRAM­MYS, TWO GOLDEN GLOBES AND AN OS­CAR, SPRING­STEEN HAS PUT PEN TO PA­PER FOR HIS NEW MEM­OIR, CALLED – WAIT FOR IT – BORN TO RUN. FUNNY, WE WERE SURE HE WAS GO­ING TO NAME IT AFTER HIS 2006 COVER OF ‘PAY ME MY MONEY DOWN’. $49.99, SI­MON AND SCHUS­TER; OUT OC­TO­BER 1

THE SNEAK­ERS

It’s hardly news that the folks at Alexan­der Mcqueen know their way around a shoe. This season, the UK brand has em­braced mil­i­tary ref­er­ences for a new range of stylish high­top sneak­ers, avail­able in smooth black or ivory suede and fin­ished with a round toe­cap. Yes, please. $950; alexan­derm­c­queen.com

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