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Sarah
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Sarah (sort your permalinks out!) suggests that I think Bar Billiards is rubbish, and prefer the Quizzer as a pub game. In fact I like Bar Billiards a great deal, a marvellous game which could only have involved in a pub. In fact if in some post-Neut[…]

Boogie Oogie Oogie
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Boogie Oogie Oogie: Yes, I bought the latest issue (last month’s, that is) of Muzik Magazine because of the free CD featuring selections chosen by the vivacious and vituperative Miss Kittin (“electroclash” clearly shorthand for &#8[…]

Current best blog in the world
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Current best blog in the world spizzazzz is navigating the clashing list rocks with its ‘Forty Spizzest Singles Of The Nineties’: best of luck. I was going to talk about Spizzazzz favourite Daniel Bedroomeyes here but I’m going to m[…]

My Downloader’s Dilemma
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My Downloader’s Dilemma: Being a good soulseek citizen I sometimes actually turn my file-sharing on and let people grab stuff off me. For the last hour and a half somebody has been downloading La Monte Young’s “Excerpt From Map of 4[…]

Tom’s Top Ten
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Tom’s Top Ten: In a break from tradition I’m actually writing something about them.
MS DYNAMITE – “Dy-Na-Mi-Tee”
Heard this first on kids’ TV and didn’t quite believe it – too snakey, too sultry, too se[…]

Nonstop Pop
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Nonstop Pop: good and friendly indie-oriented site – i.e. the “pop” is of the Go-Betweens and Interpol variety.[…]

Mochi Manifesto
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Mochi Manifesto: embarassingly I was sure this was already on my sidebar and it turns out it’s not. Alex Honda talks about good modern music.[…]

nightclub jitters
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nightclub jitters: another very nice looking website (does anyone want to redesign NYLPM??) covering Beck, jazz, Flaming Lips – this week, at least.[…]

The Mix Project
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The Mix Project: now this is the business. Interesting choices, interesting words. You’ll want to hear all these songs, which is still sometimes the point.[…]

NEW ARTILLERY
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NEW ARTILLERY is another indie-oriented thing, from Sebastian Stirling who used to publish Signal Drench, which – and I apologise if my memory of interweb rockcrit is rusty here – went under when it mentalistically decided to try and emul[…]

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