16 years ago someone introduced me to the glory that is “How’s it Going to Be?”, and that lead to the discovery of the quintessentially 90s Third Eye Blind. They’ve been on my “bands to see” list for quite some time as they rarely come to the UK. Friday was the night, and it was much […]
2014 was particularly empty gig-wise. For someone who usually goes to 10+ gigs a year, it was a sad time! I love live music, each experience is beyond worth it! This was Big Gig Week as I had four booked – Muse were a late, wonderfully unexpected addition to three Placebo gigs. My two favourite […]
The Beatles. Abbey Road. Loved the graffitti, full of stories of how people found the music. Plus lyrics. Cars really hate the pedestrians here.
My first birthday present matches my current Beatle-mania and the fact that I’m still a child <3
It’s 4:30am and I’m awake. All because of a dream.
Here is a bunch of stuff I did, thought, said and looked at in 2013. I like writing these things down and having a little look back. I hope you all had a brilliant 2013, and all the best for 2014.
Alongside my other, more “regular” goals for 2013, I wanted to make some that I knew I would really enjoy. This sparked a simple idea to get me listening to a wider variety of music, and listening better.
Last night I got to see a man who has been into space, sing a song about being in space, written by a man who is quite possibly from space. Much like when I watched the video of Commander Chris Hadfield performing Space Oddity in space, I cried.
I wasn’t at home much today. I went for lunch with my Mum and my Grandma, and then went to the theatre with my Mum in the evening. I still wasn’t feeling amazing, so my vitamin c consumption shot through the roof.
David Bowie is so many things. I have loved his music for years, and had some vague understanding of his importance to culture and the world. But I never fully took that on board.
Art, design & music. Major themes here! Oh and music is like being hugged by a painting.
Butterflies and Hurricanes by Muse Muse aren’t my number 1 band, not quite anyway, but they do win the title of my most favourite song since I first heard it 7ish years ago.