Category Archive: London

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


kool & the gang//hollywood swinging


roots manuva//clockwork

my favourite colour is gold: Carrion Sunflower//artist profile

The Romantic Youth of Jesus is the first album from Carrion Sunflower, an atypical singer-songwriter based in Berlin. This collection of remastered early demos is far from your standard bedroom guitarist fare as… Continue reading

Steven Roberts: Folk at The Prince Albert, Brighton

I’ve seen Steve perform a couple¬†times in Brighton, and he’s just so full of freaky folky goodness.¬†It’s always good to hear a genre in its purest form and this is straight up: singer,… Continue reading

Carthage: experimental punk jams in Jason’s basement

Jason invited me to a jam at his place and small venues don’t get more intimate than this. I was promised ridiculous energy bristling with spite and anger. They sure delivered – sometimes… Continue reading

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