2022 was a good year for mucking about in front of an audience. I’ve missed having a fun time with my theatre friends without the constant fear that this will be the last time we can all play together. But what performancey things have I been doing?
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New Music for Lockdown 17 – 666 by Aphrodite’s Child
On a day where I am seriously considering shaving my hair into a mohican because fuck it I can, of course I needed to listen to a Greek progrock concept album generally heralded to be one of the seminal psychodelic rock creations. It’s that or the soundtrack to Thoroughly Modern Millie. I’ve never been aContinue reading “New Music for Lockdown 17 – 666 by Aphrodite’s Child”
New Music for Lockdown 16 – The Lion’s Roar by First Aid Kit
I like folk, soft gentle folk like Laura Marling and Villagers really tickle my fancy. They’re rooted in tradition whilst still being progressive enough to not be tediously boring (although Villagers can fall foul of that at times). So why then am I struggling so much to enjoy First Aid Kit? it’s gentle, soft, beautifullyContinue reading “New Music for Lockdown 16 – The Lion’s Roar by First Aid Kit”
New Music for Lockdown 15 – Avant Hard by Add N to (X)
Experimental music hasn’t had a great reaction from me over the last 15 days, and going into Add N to (x) I was scared that it would be just more of the same: noise very well put together nut that didn’t gel well with me. Thank the Lord then for early 80’s Doctor Who incidentalContinue reading “New Music for Lockdown 15 – Avant Hard by Add N to (X)”