Here’s a full length version of my latest FACT review. I initially picked it up because I was ordering the Jesu/Battle Of Mice split from those fine people at Robotic Empire (surely that’s good for a freebie) and the blurb for this caught my eye. I have to admit to major ignorance on City OfContinue reading “Verse En Coma – Rialto”
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Pop! What is it Good for? Eh?
Started writing this a while ago, but only just got it finished. But hey, at least I did get it finished, right? * * * OK, randumb thoughts on the Paul Morley show I watched On Demand(!!) the other night. A bit of background: I never liked Morley, never liked the way he wobbled hisContinue reading “Pop! What is it Good for? Eh?”
Is There a Doctor in the House?
So I got this in the post today. Released in October 2007 on Warp Records, it is a compilation put together by the man most widely known as Radiohead Likes ‘Im (you lie, that was a year ago?). Here is the tracklist, courtesy of my man Jugo: (intro) from tape archiveScorn – Doors – HymenDBitContinue reading “Is There a Doctor in the House?”
Catch You, by Sophie Ellis-Bextor
There are few things as satisfying in the world of popular music as the stalker song. Most notable is that ode to prolonged harassment ‘Every Breath you Take’, by The Police. Now, though, comes a contender to that throne; an absolute banger that throws the ominous solemnity of Sting’s shrubbery-lurkage out of the window inContinue reading “Catch You, by Sophie Ellis-Bextor”