Monthly Archives: July 2012

Kitchens of Distinction – The Last Gasp Death Shuffle

          I wonder if the residents of 93 Ravensbury Road, London SW18 know that at one time it was how you got to contact Kitchens of Distinction. That’s the address scrawled on the back of their very first, self -financed single and one that seems to have been overlooked amongst their […]

Daily Playlist 29/07/2012

It’s a Moral Issue – Baader Meinhof Theme from Burn Warehouse Burn – Baader Meinhof Being Alone Together – David and David Altitude – Pylon IOU – Eg and Alice It’s Obvious – Au Pairs Papillon – Editors Shotgun – Pete and the Pirates You Masculine You – Lambchop I Can’t Stand Myself – James […]

Mozzer the Prosser

          Morrissey, I became drunk on your words; I was intoxicated by you but you have finally crossed the line and I can no longer ignore it. The Smiths are probably my favourite band ever which is why I spared you from the hit list. However, your latest idiocy has offended […]

Daily Playlist 24/07/2012

Falling In Love With Myself Again – Sparks Spread – Outkast Brothers Ain’t Shit – Roxanne Shante If Time Were All – James Roberts Fast One – Tindersticks Be My Friend – David Ackles We Broke Free – Metronomy Now Be Thankful – Richard and Linda Thompson Land of Our Fathers – Black Box Recorder […]

Mathilde Santing – She Goes To My Head

          I lived in Amsterdam for a couple of years in my mid twenties. When I was around Rembrandtplein,¬† I would often go to the art deco bar, Cafe Schiller, where the soundtrack always seemed to be Marvin Gaye’s ‘Here My Dear.’ But my local bar in the Jordaan would always […]

Daily Playlist 16/07/2012

Religious Experience – Kevin Ayers Is A Woman – Lambchop Today I Was An Evil One – Bonnie Prince Billy Glass Tambourine – Wild Flag Reason To Believe – Stina Nordenstam Pristeen – Julian Cope Lips Like Sugar – Coldplay One Good Reason – Cousteau Why Does My Head Hurt So – Isabel Campbell and […]

Maximum Joy – Stretch

          Mon Dieu, there’s a lot going on in this single but once you have heard it, you realise it could only come from one city in England – Bristol. The band were formed from various members of The Pop Group and The Glaxo Babies (who themselves had a song called […]

Daily Playlist 09/07/2012

I Want To Be Well – Sufjan Stevens Changes – The Zombies Factory Radio – Black Box Recorder Little Amber Bottles – Blanche Cripple and the Starfish – Antony and the Jonsons Real Man – Todd Rundgren Nietzsche – The Dandy Warhols Si Tu Disais – Calexico Now I Care – The Feminine Complex Spectators […]

Pussy Riot Results In Putin Putsch

          I haven’t heard a note of Pussy Riot. They could be unbelievably wonderful or they could be utterly pedestrian (the worst kind of shit). But that currently doesn’t matter. What does matter is that three young women are currently being held indefinitely in prison¬†with no sign of a trial date […]

Daily Playlist 02/07/2012

Isis – Bob Dylan The Happy Goth – The Divine Comedy Why Do I Keep Counting? – The Killers No Action – Elvis Costello In The City – Razorlight High On Sunday 51 – Aimee Mann One Last Love Song – The Beautiful South Killa – Tune-Yards Raw Power – The Stooges Mother – Tori […]

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