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Sluts, Opportunists and Martin Amis – The Pregnant Widow

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

A lot of people are cynical about the sexual revolution. Most acknowledge that the new set of sex and dating rules has produced ‘confusion’. Some go so far as to label it ‘anarchy’ that will ‘destroy society’. We are told that women can have sex like men if they want to – that consenting adults […]


Sinead O’Connor – How About I Be Me (And You Be You)

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

There’s a quote, from an article that Germaine Greer wrote back in the 70s,which springs back in to my mind continuously when listening to certain albums: “When Joshua fit the Battle of Jericho the walls came tumbling down. That’s revelation. The holy Ghost talking. So it can be done. The way to crack a mirror or shiver […]


Hurling the little streets on the great – Gorbaciof

Saturday, February 18th, 2012

While everyone’s getting caught up in the buzz about The Artist, I have a shameful confession to make:  silent movies have always bored the bunions off of me – as a child I gnashed my teeth in despair when Charlie Chaplin or, god forbid, Harold Lloyd came on the television. That’s not to write off […]


Mute Points: A Love Letter to Silent Artists

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

I remember the first time I saw Nosferatu. I was 15 and in the full throws of gothic angst – complete with importance, poetry and pianos. The dramatic German Expressionist stylings of Murnau’s Carpathian landscape, therefore, offered the ideal genre –especially when it came to an extremely teen-friendly subject…..vampires. Made in 1921 in the extremely […]

A Weekend in the City – Bloc Party

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Bloc Party’s second album, veering close to being a concept album, but in this case, that’s not such a bad thing.

A Beautiful Corpse – Niall James Holohan

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Ireland’s self-styled ‘dark prince of pop’ Niall James Holohan.

Yabba – Anton Mink

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Louisville Kentucky band Anton Mink combine simple elements to come up with something innovative and catchy to boot

Pacific Ocean Blue – Denis Wilson

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Long forgotten album from the Beach Boys’ Denis Wilson. Pacific Ocean Blue was first rleased in 1977, six years before Wilson drowned in the Ocean off Marina del Ray, California.

Wounded Buffalo Theory

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Powerful and imaginative rock from NY independent NY based band. Clovis Monkey is deeply impressed.

Live at the Olympia – Damien Dempsey

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Live albums are usually a bad idea – Damien Dempsey’s live at the Olympia is the exception to the rule.

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