Diamond in the back, sunroof top, diggin’ the scene, with a gangsta lean Continue reading Massive Central
Mrs 1537 is right yet again. Continue reading Winsome, Lose Some
Bass drum and? and bass drum? drum bass and? Ah, I get it … Continue reading Yes Daughter, She Can Boogie
In which our young hero scratches that angry political dancing itch Continue reading Can Giuli Do The Stroll?
Eschewing my usual ‘leave it 20 years’ policy, I review an LP released last Friday. Continue reading Les Synthé Analogique
Tilda Swinton, conflict, tea – this post, quite literally, has something for everyone. Continue reading Check Out My Orbs, Baby
In which our young hero kisses and tells. Continue reading Hazy Horizontal Happiness
The usual tenuously linked nonsense. Continue reading The G12″ Summit
A further learned treatise combining The Warriors, Leftfield and a soundwave gone rogue. Truly you are blessed. Continue reading Good News, Boppers
In which our hero embarks on a chick-related dancefloor quest. Failing. Continue reading Soufflé So Good, So What
We were having a bit of a problem with fascists back in ’93. The British National Party (BNP), your run-of-the-mill … Continue reading 1993 And All That
We’ve been courteous I like that, turn it up I like that, turn it up Solid head. You’re leaning heavily against … Continue reading I Like That, Turn It Up
Hmm, alto sax, bird song, waves on the cover art … hmm, we’re in hurtling through the suburbs of Clichéville in a … Continue reading Specific State – Icy Kiss Mix
True story here: A family friend in Leeds needed to take a urine sample to her doctor at short notice, the most … Continue reading Anyone Seen My Sample?
Or: Stuck Inside of Moby With The Memphis Blues Again. Okay Wembley Stadium, Whew! Great to see a full house … Continue reading Pequod The Night
Do you like to boogie woogie? sang Madonna on Music, the pedant in me wanted to say, ‘Yes, I am … Continue reading Do You Like To Boogie Woogie?
Let me tell you a story. It’s not an easy one to tell, but enough years have gone by now … Continue reading Very Modern Music
Kick out the jams, motherfuckers!! Five 12″ singles that combine the talents of the MC5, Jim Morrison, Hendrix, Tammy Wynette … Continue reading All Aboard, All Aboard, A-Woah-Ho
‘But my dear Miss Woodhouse, can I not prevail upon you to stay for a further turn around the parkland?’, asked … Continue reading Nazi Tits Suicide Anus
Hi my name is HAL 9000. I was invented in 1992. My teacher taught me a song, would you like … Continue reading My Teacher Taught Me A Song, Would You Like To Hear It?
First we have a bit of tootling post-coital sax, then a beat starts, umm, down below, pulsing but totally insistent … Continue reading Improperly Vertiginous Mutation
Here’s a great track, something I’ve been playing a lot over the last few days The Future Sound of London … Continue reading Jumpin’ & Pumpin’
Here’s a trio of party bangers to tee up the start of the year. I liked the Prodigy when they were … Continue reading Psychosomatic, Addict, Insane
Unless they were carefully constructed purpose-built suites of music, think Paris, Texas or Blade Runner, soundtracks can be a bit of … Continue reading The Bangy-Bangy Spectrum
Roni Size & Reprazent Heroes marked a bit of a mini-watershed for me. I lucked into this one in August … Continue reading Heroes
I’m a happy man, I became an uncle for the first time yesterday evening and met my niece, Iris, today. … Continue reading It’s So Good, It’s So Good
Interested in a blend of Massive Attack and Pink Floyd with brilliant artwork? Back in July 1996 I got hold of … Continue reading Londinium Calling
One TV clip I’ve seen a million times (although it must have been solely on documentaries etc. since I was … Continue reading Meaningless German Robo-Drivel
In the summer of 1989 a few of my metal chums decided that The Stone Roses would be the sound … Continue reading Iron-Pyrite
I’ve been beaten. Actually not just beaten I’ve been annihilated, decimated and destroyed. After blogging about Leftfield/Lydon Open Up yesterday I … Continue reading Ennio Morricone Meets Massive Attack