ORGAN THING: Jack O’ The Clock’s impressively detailed new album, a wide-ranging musical adventure six years in the making…

Jack O’ The Clock – album – Leaving California (Cuneiform Records) –  “A Wide-Ranging Musical Adventure Six Years in the Making” so we’re told, Jack O’ The Clock’s new album is an immediately impressively beguiling ride of an album   And yes, Leaving California is a highly-detailed musical adventure that does indeed reveal new layers (and…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – The Early Mornings yet again, an alternative take from Black Country, New Road, more Febueder, more from God Damn, another list, some better late than never Female Allstars and well…

Again and again and again and again. Five more music things, another five? Already? Alright already? You never answered the question, you never do, why is that? Poor what? Who? Where’s did we put the plot? Dive? Five more pieces of earfood? Shall we do it again? Back to back to back being back to…

Cultivate presents Still – An on-line art exhibition…

Welcome to Still, This time, just like last time, we’ll let the art do the talking first rather than clutter the top of the page with words or introductions, the intro is down at the bottom of the page, under the art and those oh so vital links. Please do scroll to the foot of the…

ORGAN THING: After yesterday’s triumph, entry to the on-line Flora and Fauna edition of the Art Car Boot Fair is free to all this Sunday and Monday. Here’s a pick of the art you can find there…

Day two of the three day of the beautiful weekend thing that is the Flora and Fauna on-line edition of the Art Car Boot Fair. The fair opened yesterday for those who had bought ticket, from Ten O’clock this morning (UK time) entry is free to all, just head to the site and explore away…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Sofía Clausse at Kupfer, the Flora and Fauna edition of the Art Car Boot Fair this weekend, It’s Just A Game at Hackney’s Finch Project, Julie Curtiss at White Cube, and that massive Art in the Age Of Now show at Fulham Town Hall…

Where were we, prodding at things? We almost certainly do need to do that five art things thing again don’t we? We probably should? Just a bit more of that glue that holds the who or what together. The art of repetition? Where were we? No one ever reads the editorial at the top so…

ORGAN THING: The day the world turned dayglo, Hattie Malcomson’s brightness, a painterly statement of intent next to Alex Hudson’s European “traditions” at East London’s New Art Projects…

Getting back in the saddle again both in terms of going to galleries and getting around to writing about going to galleries is taking a little time, back in those carefree days before Covid an art gallery was at least a three days a week habit, a matter of must have more art. Cold turkey…

ORGAN THING: Things don’t get any more inspired than this slice of goodness. An excerpt from Igor Stravinsky’s 1913 masterpiece, The Rite of Spring, performed by Chris Ott and his Toy Orchestra…

Organ Thing of The Day: How could it not be? Things don’t get any more inspired than this slice of goodness. An excerpt from Igor Stravinsky’s 1913 masterpiece, arranged and performed by Chris Ott and his Toy Orchestra The Toy Orchestra: pigs, got squeaker, raccoon squeaker, rubber chicken, crow caller, the Wildly Noise Wooden Thing,…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – Jack O’ the Clock, Miguel Mendez’ latest Videodemo Session, Xiu Xiu, dystopic noise bangers Ohyun and Matt Evans, new Liars, more from jazzy Kosmische dealers Possum, Paranoid London…

Again and again and again and again, paranoid London? Five more music things, another five? Already? Shall we do it again? You never answered the question, you never do? Poor what? who? Where’s did we put the plot? Dive? Five more pieces of earfood? Shall we do it again? Back to back to back being…