So in order to keep some semblance of writing happening here - it's a short post - i'll be updating very soon - longer and possibly diving back into the recording process and dates and stuff.
So here you are then - happy new year - (class) war is not over.
I have been spending far too much time making compilations of Euros Childs, Jonny, Teenage Fanclub and The Well green
Stuart Kidd is a beautiful musician. Honest, creative with songs to sing along too. You should look up his band camp site. There’s a wealth of lovely things there – a genuine wealth.
I came across The Wellgreen.
Euros continues to produce the most consistently beautiful sounds you could ever wish for and I have decided that next year I’ll interview him for this blog. A new twist in 2013. He doesn’t know it and hopefully it will be as good as my J Mascis interview conducted when I was mere youth. It was five words long. Bloody grungers.
I have listened to EPMD Never Seen Before exiting from the workplace – because I’m street like that.
Students I once taught have provided soundtracks to my waking hours – you all should check out Clouded Judgement, Beatmasta Bill and Monkeysteak.
Inkrument have failed to follow up a seminal long player. Pull your fingers out fellas.
The Super Furries have emerged on the periphery of my being.
Richard Chester is the new Brian Wilson or Spector or Joe Meek – take your pick really. We love him in this house.
I missed The Fall, Orbital, The Stone Roses, The Primitives, and The Beach Boys this year.
My brother continued to see Adam Ant and saw The Stone Roses.
I’ve played Denim a great deal.
Summer Special is my No.1 album of 2012
I have avidly listened to Duglas’ recommendations on Twitter.
I have tuned into FNOOB – and got down to the Orb Sound System.
I am pondering whether to get a Primal Scream ticket for March.
I've got two music books to read - one called Telling Stories the other all about the mavericks in the independent scene from 1975 til 2005.
I bought five cds for one pound yesterday – I am currently playing Simian Mobile Disco’s mixed set for Bugged Out. It is very good – bass and bleeps.