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Monthly Archives: August 2010
This is a beautiful bookshop in one of my favourite areas of Bristol: the top end of Colston Street, near the ‘Christmas steps’ (another story). There is a kind of organic and independent vibrancy around these parts that can make … Continue reading
I can’t even really remember how I stumbled upon Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, probably thanks to Pitchfork, but in any case, it is putting in a heavy shift on me ol’ iPod. My friend and great music connoisseur, Lightspeed Future … Continue reading
I never really liked Simon Amstell, but I think I always wanted to. Not exactly sure why, but maybe it’s his Dylanesque hair, or maybe it’s the fact that the people he was always ripping into on Nevermind the Buzzcocks … Continue reading
It feels like ages since I last posted something on here so maybe I’m just forcing the issue. Don’t know. What comes to mind goes on the blog. That’s how things are working just now. Well, it don’t really matter … Continue reading