In Numbers: Splendour In The Grass 2011

The reason Splendour hasn’t sold out instantaneously, as it normally does, is that the line-up doesn’t justify the price.

 Wallace Wylie

A Week in the Life of Jeff Pollack – week 6

This week, Jeff takes his fans behind the scenes at his local fitness club.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 326: Odd Future

I’ve met Nick Cave a few times, and – seriously – I don’t reckon he has ever killed or raped a woman.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 324: Eliza Doolittle

She’s like Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse rolled into one, not quite so threatening


Throughout The Universe, In Perpetuity: Why I Don’t Sign Copyright-Grabbing Photo Contracts

Once there was no “three songs, no flash” rule, now it’s industry standard in all but the small, local shows. Once there were no releases. Once there were no copyright-grabbing contracts.

 Wallace Wylie

10 Bands Shaping The Post-Nirvana Era

The care and attention to detail in this parody is breathtaking.

 Everett True

Everett True does not like Kings Of Leon

Someone was accusing me of going soft on Kings Of Leon the other day. Bangs wept! I CANNOT have such aspersions cast on my professional integrity. The following is for him, my faceless accuser. Reprinted from Something Awful, 19/11/10.


within the NME, part 1

Yet another band whose sole reason for forming was to parade around in funky sunglasses at summer festivals.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 281: Hello Seahorse!

This is music that swims.