Bit of a milestone this week – number 150 up on the scoreboards
When I first started writing these 7 years ago, before kids and the break in playing that caused, in an different house, I never imagined I’d write this many musical missives. I’ve dug tracks up from a daft range of genres, from Jungle to Jazz, Footwork to Funk and
I’m going to keep doing this until you or I get bored – whichever comes first.
(hint: I doubt it’ll be me … )
Best make this a good one eh?
Feelin’ a bit autumnal at the moment isn’t it? Wonder if that’ll be reflected in this weeks tunes?
After a forthnight, I think I’ve finally caught up on sleep, though I think it might be a few weeks before I finally manage to completely deglitter myself – Shambala ’17, you were epic. It really reminded me of my old Big Chill days, but with an even more eclectic musical lineup and stronger ‘fringe’ of events. I can see me and mine coming back next year.
I don’t usually review albums, but after listening to The Menagerie’s latest slice of hip-hop goodness, Odd Beast I felt the urge …
Bit of a frantic one as I’m in the process of packing up to go to Shambala tomorrow – I’ll dive straight into the tunes!
(This is a bit of an odd post for me, something between a Three on a Thursday, a Mixtape Madness, a review and some random internet sleuthing … take from it what you will…)
There’s been a resurgence of interest in interest in the Situationist Art Project, chart music saboteurs and all round absurdists known sometimes as the KLF ever since the above poster turned up earlier this year hinting at their return.
For those not obsessed with the random meanderings of late 80’s/early 90’s arthouse electronic noise terrorists, I’ll explain.
Apologies for the no show last week, but I was lazing, well getting rained on on the Atlantic Coast of France eating my own bodyweight in saucisson sec and forgetting what day it was (also the wifi was shocking out there …)
Never fear though, as I’m back!