J Mascis plays a headline show at Triffid in Brisbane, with support from Mick Turner.
I like J. His laconic humour, his even more laconic guitar solos. I didn’t know he was playing until I saw some grunge types outside the Zoo, struggling their way through the cyclone-building rain. My first car park spot I vacated after spotting the sign that read “temporarily closed because of potential flooding due to […]
Nothing’s more obnoxious than the sight of young people enjoying themselves, unless it’s the sight of young people enjoying themselves in pretty much the exact same way you used to enjoy yourself when you were their age. Violent Soho are filed under ‘grunge’. Would I have liked ’em back then? Alcohol and largesse meant my taste […]
Bill Callahan is one of those musicians I always forget quite how much I like
Received another excellent, thought-provoking email from Rosie, partway inspired by my recent Tall Tales And True post. Hey ET, Just read Tall Tales. Want more. I’m going to tell you what I’m thinking and I’ve been thinking it for a while. Yr blog posts, although plentiful in number, are too short for my tastes. I […]