Category Archives: Music

The Tracks of 2011

A year later, a year a little more tired. Music is a gargantuan part of what I do every day. I don’t necessarily write about it a huge amount, but I don’t spend a minute in silence if I can … Continue reading

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Podcast List-O-Tron

PODCASTS! Listed in no particular order, except whatever order it currently is on my media player. I’ll link websites and RSS, because you’re worth it. (You might not be worth it, but I’ll take the chance.) A Life Well Wasted … Continue reading

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Sunday Music: Accompaniment

Yup, still haven’t finished listening to King of Limbs. This will probably carry on until tomorrow, but at least I’ve already got an idea for a post in my head, so you won’t be bothered by me carrying on this … Continue reading

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King of Limbs

Despite yesterday’s post, I’ve been listening to more Radiohead. A lot more Radiohead. I think the tenth playthrough was sometime around lunch. I’ve not listened to this much of the same eight songs for god know’s how long, so there’s … Continue reading

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Musical Guilt

We’ve got a new Radiohead album. It’s good. Everyone rejoices, very happy. Good good, what what, carry on, carry on. By the time my fifth playthrough came about, a familiar feeling began to sink over me, a malaise of the … Continue reading

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Sunday Music: Relax, Bro

For all those times when you want to hear something that sounds as tired as you feel. Or at least, just doesn’t give a fuck about putting the effort in. The songs below aren’t necessarily relaxing, but the voices in … Continue reading

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Sunday Music: Rap It Up

I’m a young white English man, who grew up in an upper middle class family. I went to private school, I got all disenfranchised and all that, but I’m probably what you’d call ‘a bit posh’. Of course, I’d fervently … Continue reading

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