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2016-03-19 18:53
A memory of a school RE trip to the Isle of Iona. Drinking in the sleeper booth, shouting the words to The Smiths 'London' out of the window, high on anarchy. Fey anarchy at that. Years late… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
Gosh, hisashiburi. Writing is of the essence. I feel that words are tired and jaded recently. They need re-inventing. Dylan Thomas summed it up, succintly as always:"Somebody's boring me. I… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
The immense fun of making lists. I have notebooks full of them. End of year lists, though, I find quite difficult. It is hard to sum up a whole year, and I often forget things. Films of 2006… Read More
Death Records - Swan, He'd Only Just Begun.
2006-12-10 11:55
"I am in the midst of a society that is very capitalist, and whose values I completely reject. But I, too, become a capitalist. The problem is that by even dealing with the devil, you become… Read More
I Heart Beatniks
2006-11-24 14:54
I was stopped at the traffic lights the other day, when the coolest couple crossed the road. They must have been in their 50s, and they were all dressed in black, with matching sunglasses an… Read More
2006-10-26 13:44
It sold, it became prize-winning genius, but the women kept on dying. The term 'madness' undermines, yet confessional poetry written by women was anything but submissive or unhinged. A read… Read More
2006-10-06 13:32
O O O O that Shakespeherian Rag -It's so elegantSo intelligent'What shall I do now? What shall I do?I shall rush out as I am, and walk the streetWith my hair down, so. What shall we do tomor… Read More
The Brixton Speakeasy: The Kids At The Club
2006-09-26 09:45
For me Brixton was always the place to go for gigs in the early 90s. Two personal highlights were seeing Iggy play (supported by That Petrol Emotion), and The Sugarcubes. Anyway, whilst bein… Read More
Yukio Mishima: Master And Servant
2006-09-22 13:53
The first book I read by the novelist and playwright Yukio Mishima, was The Temple of the Golden Pavilion. I can assuredly say, that I have never read anything like it. The utter evil of the… Read More
Exquisite Corpse
2006-09-21 07:44
Andre Breton et al invented the surrealist movement, a circle of writers and artists fond of disassociation and the disruption of rationality. Surrealism presented the unexpected in abundanc… Read More
Decadence, Narcissus, Wilde And Morrissey
2006-09-14 00:13
Stephen Fry once said, in an article on preparing to play Oscar Wilde on film, that he could not remember a time when Wilde had not been in his consciousness. I cannot remember a time when t… Read More
A Cross Between James Brown And Kraftwerk??
2006-09-01 12:09
The above quote was stated by Iggy Pop in reference to his album 'The Idiot'. I say hisalbum, as it was produced and co-written with David Bowie. It is an amusing quote, and shows how far th… Read More
Dreamscape Jigsaw
2006-08-09 07:12
Recently I've been having the best dreams; lucid, surreal, and challenging. On waking, I just want to get back into my dream and resolve it. This reminds me of the central theme in Until the… Read More
2006-08-04 13:19
Angela Carter is one of my favourite writers. She is famous for re-working fairy stories like 'The Bloody Chamber', but her early novels are astounding. Shadow Dance was her debut novel, wri… Read More
Hitchcock Heroines
2006-07-09 08:48
The thrill of the masochistic identification with a Hitchcock heroine. I cannot get enough of them, ever. My all-time favourite would have to be Tippie Hedron in The Birds, in her fantastic… Read More
Subterranean Homesick Alien
2006-07-06 12:44
Yes, this song applies to me on this most humid of days. Sometimes I just long for home. Never fear, I can always delve into my bookcase - the evidence of where I've come from. Toffee likes… Read More
2006-07-03 14:56
"We love our audience"An old theatrical and echoey Bauhaus lyric, conjuring up shadowy walls, beer on floors and obsessed princes of darkness in the audience mirroring the band on stage.What… Read More
2006-06-28 13:10
An obsession that just keeps getting stronger and more beautiful.........Wow! Devotchka! The Denver based divinities 'Devotchka' have got my heart. They are a self-confessed indie rock band… Read More
2006-06-19 13:53
Looking at the top 25 list on my ipod on the way home today, I realised that 3 tracks were by The La's. It got me thinking about the days of The Stone Roses, The Charlatans, The Inspirals, H… Read More

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