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LOOKING FOR A CERTAIN RATIO: The Last UK Holiday Camp All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival

LOOKING FOR A CERTAIN RATIO: The Last UK Holiday Camp All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival

Shellac know they are performing at a kids’ party and are always ready with the jokes, the hats, the pantomime routines. We in turn are always prepared to be delighted.

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The Sweet Smell Of Success (chapter three)

The Sweet Smell Of Success (chapter three)

I don’t like talking to my heroes.

 Everett True

That In Utero memo | An outraged* reader responds

Freedom of speech, public debate, and to then be “stable” golf writers, copy, but as long as any 1 card reader complies with lively analog temerity to take a drive, and competent writing the column, and is a common disease, schizophrenia, I call the right locations. Damn green iguana.

 Everett True

That In Utero memo Google-translated into Haitian Creole, Russian, Welsh, Esperanto, Icelandic and back again into English

Make more sense now?

 Everett True

Deconstructing The Myth | 10 Reasons Why “Secret Memo Regarding Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ Reissue Leaked” Is Not For Real

To sum up. I think this memo is probably a spoof. A very cleverly worded and artful spoof for sure… but still a spoof.

 Wallace Wylie

Secret Memo Regarding Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ Reissue Leaked

People not only like to read the same story over and over again, they demand it. Our job is to retell the story, to reinforce the legends, to emphasise the inflexibility of the narrative.

 Laura Crapo

Julie Doiron | an appreciation

I loved the honesty and humour of all four members of Eric’s Trip. They understood the heart was sacred and the power of honesty.

 Darragh Murray

Interview with Alex Gillies of No Anchor

Positive is a funny thing when you’re trying to ram 125 decibels of sound into each other’s faces in a small confined room

 Scott Creney

Cloud Nothings – Attack On Memory (Carpark)

The anger on this album feels pretty real and palpable to me.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 431: Teeth (Rock Vs Cancer. Rock Wins.)

Bangs damn it, we would’a KILLED for music this focused, tightly coiled, back in 1990