Sunday, 16 August 2015 14:49

Oscar de Paul Visits Canary Wharf

When I was a child I watched the film version of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, directed by François Truffaut
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Pump Up The Volume is a three part history on the development of electronic dance music.
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Monday, 13 July 2015 18:30

Just Who is The Comedy Mod ?

Like many, idling away on Facebook which is the adult equivalent of staring out of the classroom window at a cat in the playground, I am partial to doing the quizzes for fun; ‘
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“…And so farewell from your little droog. And to all others in this story profound shooms of lip-music brrrrrr.
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“‘What’s it going to be then, eh?’
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Thursday, 02 July 2015 17:51

Black Grape Forum London 26th June 2015

It is a summer’s night in Kentish Town north west and there is an edging vibe in the air as the pubs outside the iconic Forum, once known as The Town and Country Club,
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Charting the great bands progress through the late 60's. A fascinating and entertaining documentary film.
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‘Come in from school / My head buzzing with rules’
Jook, ‘Crazy Kids’, 1974.
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‘Yes, I’m in Aggravation Place / Where the pressure takes the smile off every face’
Jook, ‘Aggravation Place’, 1978
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It was April 1980 and punk was dying.

Dig the new breed who were still pretty much the old breed with the occasional knob on. The Jam, the Clash and the Stranglers were no longer punk bands in any sense of the word. They’d ‘progressed’. A straight punk band wasn’t cool any more. Ska had wrestled the scene away from punkified London and carried it off to a ghost town in the bleak midwest for a bleak midwinter. It wouldn’t survive.
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