Stuff? Things? There’s no earthly way of knowing which direction we are going. The Black Blooded Clam is still making us smile, eating a heart out, a kind of keeper.. The last day of August, the last days of Shoreditch? The last days of Hackney Wick? Poking around in the overheating inbox. S.N.A.F.U? Wasn’t Mickey Moody in S.N.A.F.U?
Poking through the inbox, what next, a new album from some just formed band called Fugazi? Hang on though, this situation normal from Detroit do rather have it nailed in and old school thrash metal kind of way – “Detroit grind/punk/hardcore/metal band S.N.A.F.U. are pleased to announce that they will be releasing both a vinyl and cassette version of their critically acclaimed album “Present Day Plague”, on September 2nd 2016″.
A swing hung so high the singing bullfrogs can’t reach? There’s a whole load of Soviet sci-fi here, they all look excellent, look at that artwork, there’s a whole load of Soviet Hippies coming up at the rather frustrating Red Gallery over in Shoreditch as well, here’s the Facebook event page with lots more details and statements from the curators and such, it opens tomorrow night…
and while we’re passing on useful links and free downloadable slices of culture, if you missed this back there then well worth a visit Ior a re-visit) Brian Eno on Why Do We Make Art & What’s It Good For?: Download His 2015 John Peel Lecture
Meanwhile the rather beautiful onDeadWaves have just got all Comfortably Numb and that should just about do in terms of poking about in the overflowing in-box and (sometimes very rude) demands for attention for today. Kind of like this onDeadWaves thing, kind of fades out is a unfished way and it is a little bit Twin Peeks (as someone else pointed out) but hey, if you’re feeling floaty and wistful and