Cometh the hour, cometh the MAN ALIVE …
Friday, 28 May 2010
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
The bossman Daniel is a Yank, resident in London, a designer and typographer by trade, which is more than apparent in the slick-yet-home-done feel of the mag. Check out his blog (and excellent tats) here
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Sunday, 16 May 2010
Saturday, 8 May 2010
Friday, 7 May 2010
Monday, 3 May 2010
Madonna vs The Who
Madonna vs Chromeo
Beautiful cover of '100,000 Fireflies'
Me doing Belle & Sebastian
Beatles / Daft Punk mash
Sunday, 2 May 2010
The concept behind 330 Words is simple. Take a photograph and let it inspire you towards a piece of fiction.
Let your photograph form the foundation of your story. Choose your own genre and style. Keep the entire thing under 330 words"
Check out my photograph and story here ...
"Three albums in and the signposts to Baltimore’s Beach House are well established (Mazzy Star, Velvets, My Bloody Valentine) while the less obvious ones are in strong evidence live (Feist, Cranes, M83).
Comparisons aside, with only a guitar (Alex Scally), keyboard (Victoria Legrand) and drum kit in tow, it’s sometimes hard to credit such a lush, plaintive layering of sounds. In truth, not much shoegazing territory is covered in their recent output, Legrand’s torchy vocals compete squarely with the swirls of instrumentation rather than fade under an FX pedal.
God save us from the term ‘dream-pop’, but an hour in the Beach House underworld, even in the Mill’s ramshackle surrounds, can at least begin to tickle your subconscious. A set list heavy with the new Teen Dream LP yields audience favourites despite being only a month old and the live experience suggests they’ve equalled and maybe surpassed their lush eponymous debut."
Saturday, 1 May 2010
THIS is far more fun though, here are my least played artists on Spotify ...