ORGAN THING: Rebel Dykes, a gathering on Saturday, who are they? Watch the trailer, oh and do check out the wholesome sound of Garbitch…

We have mentioned this before, worth another mention though, always worth another mention, a yrailer for Rebel Dykes, a documentary about a bunch of “kickass women who lived in London in the 1980s”. The film is directed by Harri Shanahan and Sian Williams, and produced by Siobhan Fahey. “Before there were queer activists, before there…

ORGAN: Five art shows to check out, Norman Ackroyd back at Eames, more from Skip Gallery, Dave Buonaguidi at Nelly Duff, Charlotte Edey, James Johnston, Harry Pye, Miss Bugs goes North and…

Five recommended art things, London art things, September is here, things are stirring, art is stirring, London really has been far too quiet in recent times, are things kicking in again? The Five Art Things feature is intended as a regular, almost certainly weekly, or something like weekly, a weekly round up of recommended art…

ORGAN THING: That awkwardly named beautifully intense New York avant noise band Child Abuse have a new album, we just had a first listen to the whole thing, here’s an immediate reaction and a first track released…

That awkwardly named beautifully intense New York avant noise band Child Abuse have a new album, we just had a first listen to the whole thing, here’s an immediate reaction and a first track released… Child Abuse, it isn’t the easiest of band names to live with (or search for), really don’t like it, but…

ORGAN THING: James Johnston, best known as Gallon Drunk’s frontman, is also a painter, his paintings sound like his music looks, tonight we’re catching the closing of his excellent solo show at Vout-O-Reenee’s, East London…

JAMES JOHNSTON, “Recent Work”, Stash gallery at Vout-O-Reenee’s, East London – James Johnston, mostly, at least for those of us who have been in London long enough and lucky enough to witness his development, is best known as Gallon Drunk’s frontman, he has also spent considerable time working with others: a mid 90s spell as a touring…