Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mark Kozeleck & Desertshore

Hot on the heels of his amazing collaboration with Jimmy LaValle on ‘Perils From The Sea’ Mark Kozelek is back this time with Desertshore for an album that is almost a companion piece. Whereas ‘Perils From The Sea’ is beats … Continue reading

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Pond – Hobo Rocket

The underground success of ‘BEARD WIVES DENIM’ pushed these Aussie rockers on to more people’s radars and even gained them some placing’s in the end of last year lists. ‘Hobo Rocket’ is their short but sweet follow up, a psychedelic … Continue reading

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Alan Partridge – Alpa Papa

Small screen British comedy has always had a tough time making the leap to the big screen probably because when you stretch the characters out you realise that they ‘re actually better in small doses. But as any die hard … Continue reading

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Only God Forgives

Fans of ‘Drive’ and even to a certain extent Ryan Gosling can look away now because this is Nicolas Winding Refn’s film. It is closer in tone to Valhalla Rising and he hasn’t pandered to the audience expectation, anyone expecting … Continue reading

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