{PHOTO BLAST} Playing With Pandora’s Box

You know how the story goes, don’t you? She was a seductive woman  and the first woman in Greek mythology. Made from Earth to punish Prometheus for his overreaching and theft of the sacred fire, her youthful curiosity led her to opening a mysterious jar, the “Pandora’s Box”, that contained all the evils of humanity,…

Music Minute: Anything Anything – Dramarama !!

“Okay, what is it tonight? Please just tell me what the hell is wrong? Do you want to eat? Do you want to sleep? Do you want to drown? Just settle down, settle down, settle down I’ll give you candy, give you diamonds Give you pills, give you anything you want Hundred dollar bills I’ll…

{STYLE WISE} Invoking Jim Morrison . . .

For the last while we’ve been a little obsessed, or encouraged, by Jim Morrison’s ghost. You cannot deny this guy has style. Ever since the teenage years (weird to say), there’s been a fascination with this bit of a God. An idol in all respects…I had one of my very first writing gigs doing a…

The Nagging Doubt You Can’t Shake . . . PRISSY LIPS!!!

Meet PRISSYLIPS, a Brighton-based alternative due consisting of Crysi de Milo & Reuben Drake. They play “post-apocalyptic new wave protest songs shaped out of love letters, suicide notes, death threats, and shit lists”. Being the “bright new darlings of the avant-garde”, we couldn’t but help give our friends, fans, and followers a little taste and…

Music Minute: “Japanese Cigarette Case” by Spoon.

Spoon is one of the bands  . . . it’s hard to put into words, but I always feel like they do something original, and very Spoon. It’s always different, which is the key, and at the same time, it’s always the same – just ultra cool. This song came out a few years ago…

Music Minute: “Feel Flows” by The Beach Boys

“Feel Flows” all day and night long with this track from The Beach Boys… Every time it plays, we like to let the waves take over and go for the ride. Their smooth harmony is definitely the secret remedy to all your cares and worries. Released in 1971 with their album Surf’s Up, the song…