A trip “Into the Glacier” at Langjökull in Iceland.
It was a bit of an odd year for music – and in general. Mind you, I feel like I say that every year. I ended up digging through a lot of old favourites, expanding collections, and showing up late to a lot of old parties. 2015 saw me chewing through classic Beastie Boys, Pogues, clipping., Cave In, Beck’s Odelay, […]
I am still working out the details (and leaving some details intentionally blank) of my crazy travel plans for next month onwards, but one thing I have decided on is how I’m going to document the trip. Last time round, I had planned to write a running travel log throughout the trip, but after a while, I […]
New wordpress theme! There’s a clean old school vibe to Twenty Sixteen that I like – but it’s still responsive and stuff. I might try a bit of tweaking via a child theme (and finally make good on my Century Gothic threat), but so far I like it. Also look for upcoming travel news and such, coming […]
It’s mid November (how did that happen?), but as Glasgow residents will know, winter here lasts from October to about March. I like winter – although I prefer it drier than Glasgow’s – which has so far plunged the city into a cycle of continuously grey skies, intermittent mild rain, and absurdly violent wind. Thanks to my upcoming […]
As an amateur noise enthusiast, I was vaguely interested in Dominick Fernow’s main project Prurient back in his long-haired howling feedback with a microphone and an amplifier days, but it wasn’t until Bermuda Drain that I became enraptured. That album is basically a darkwave/noise crossover record, a nightmarish vision of synthpop, and I was very into it. Frozen Niagara Falls feels like a magnum opus for […]