Soundtrack to: Mexico

I think it is all a matter of love: the more you love a memory, the stronger and stranger it is. After a break from blogging and listening to anything remotely current, I… Continue reading

Winding down with Legowelt

Think Boards of Canada, Pye Corner Audio, Tim Hecker and Aphex Twin… and perhaps a little Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. Beautiful set by Legowelt, another Dutch artist I’ve overlooked, who describes his work as… Continue reading


television//marquee moon

Graffiti artist CHU designs sleeve for John Sinclair’s new spoken word release

John Sinclair, man of many accolades, releases new album that draws upon work conceived in the 80’s with production from Steve Fly. Mohawk feels personal, reflective and assertive, a long developed and creative… Continue reading

Last chance to donate to Seth Faergolzia’s solo album ‘Doubting Won’t Do’

It’s not often you get someone as well established as this guy who is willing to wing it and rely solely on public donation to press an album: unsurprisingly it hasn’t taken long… Continue reading


kool & the gang//hollywood swinging

RM Hubbert: Glaswegian flamenco, Breaks&Bone

I find, when I’ve had a long journey, I chat a substantial amount of bollocks. I apologise for that. This guy Hubby is an incredible guitarist. Somewhat established in the music industry, he… Continue reading


roots manuva//clockwork

Dizraeli & Downlow tour ‘Everyone’s A Winner’

Fresh from the release of the ‘Everyone’s A Winner’ mix tape, their set at the Palace saw a change in the set up I’m used to with Diz. The stage seemed empty at… Continue reading

Steve Duncan and Stephen Morrison-Burke: Spoken Word at Dorchester Arts Centre

What scars did you carve into the hearts of those that loved you? Friday night brought blessings and story telling from the city to Dorchester. Steve and Stephen are similar not just by… Continue reading

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