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Monthly Archives: September 2010
For the second day in a row, my shift was canceled, so I spent minimal time at work, and longer walking along the canal. Took some pictures but unfortunately only had my iPhone, not my camera, so the quality is … Continue reading
New York singer-songwriter Jaymay returns for her first release since 2008′s Autumn Fallin’ LP in an odd fashion. 1 & ! is an iTunes exclusive collection of 3 songs, each less than 1 minute long. She has also recently released … Continue reading
One thing I find intensely Japanese is their coin lockers. Maybe its just because I knew about them from another PlayStation 2 game series (Yakuza/Ryu Ga Gotaku). Coin lockers are everywhere in Japan and are really convenient for leaving things … Continue reading
Hey, May the best of your todays, Be the worst of your tomorr’s Jay-Z, Young Forever At the end of his 11th number one album, Jay gives us a cover. All soft synths and wistful melody lines. And then Jay … Continue reading
Playing around with the sepia setting on my camera. Full colour below… Model is Shana by Max Factory. Background is Noise Floor by Bright Eyes.
Formby is best known for its beach. On the way, I found this.
By the roundabout in Warrington. Cheers me up every time I walk past it.
It wasn’t a good sign when I walked into the venue at half past eight to find myself the only guest. The promoters also seemed embarrassed, and admitted even the acts weren’t currently in the venue. So I waited for … Continue reading
I wasn’t sure whether or not I would enjoy this show – I’d really enjoyed Joanna Newsom’s first album (The Milk Eyed Mender), but didn’t enjoy her second (Ys) as much since I preferred the more simple arrangements and shorter … Continue reading
I first stumbled across the music of Ólöf Arnalds some years ago whilst visiting the excellent 12 Tónar record shop on my visit to Iceland. I went through their local music section and picked out some CDs with nice covers, … Continue reading
Sunrise, as seen one morning last month, on the way to an early start at work.