Thursday, July 29, 2004

This site is one of the first sites I'd recommend to anyone who has any interest in music whatsoever. But, perhaps more than that, it's for those out there who integrate their musical experiences into a wider expansion of all of their horizons. Glenn, nice one. (And no, I'm not plugging it because you seem to be the only person who liked "Already")

Nice bit of Radiohead animation......
You know how much i'm obsessed with Homestar, right? Well, if you're that way inclined as well, there's a totally awesome Wiki with more links than you could ever imagine.
Been reloading all my CD's into the ipod (long story, don't ask) and i'm once again staggered by some of the stuff i'd forgotten about. Top of that list at the moment: "Terms Of Psychic Warfare" . That's what it's all about- a melodic fist wrapped in an iron glove of buzzsaw guitar brutality.

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

My three most-played tunes on the ipod at the moment?
1) The State I'm In - Belle & Sebastian
2) Like Glue - Sean Paul
3) Release The Bats - The Birthday Party

It's all good inside my ears at the moment.

Tuesday, July 27, 2004

And BTW, while I'm talking about blogger updates, was speaking to my best mate Nick last night...And he's got a blogger account set up and hasn't taken the plunge yet. Go on mate, it's even easier now. I'll link you up, as well......*points right*

Back from Holidays.
Antibes rocks. That's official.
Also, blogger seems to have had another's a lot more intuitive now, which is aces.

Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Oh, also...Meg is back. Hurrah! The new site is great, sort of like...a blog-plus.
*plays Razorlight, fires up Popbitch, presses f5*
Up in the Air
Last night was pop quiz night at The Eagle back in Brighton (We came 4th). Got overly sousled, seeing as Cambpell was back from his tour of Dohar. All this meant that today's train journey was a little bit...strange. Everything seemed to be in cinemascope, widescreen images filling my eyes. It was all about the tunes and the planes. Passing Gatwick, a lovely old DC 10 freighter roared overhead, close enough to see the tread on its tyres: momentarily, a faint whiff of jet fuel rushed through the train. Tune at that moment? Wim Mertens "A Tiel Leis". Then, as we approached Clapham Junction, a BA 747 started to roll into a low G turn over Crystal Palace, sunlight glinting off its fuselage. Tune? "Barcode Bypass" by The Mull Historical Society. Then, lastly, another 747, hung suspended in the air over the Thames, framed by the towers of Battersea Power Station. Tune? Nick Drake "Hanging on a Star"