BandLogoJukeBox is a new blogging side venture between writer Jim K Davies (that’s me) and creative director Jamie Ellul.
If you haven’t heard of The Heavy, you’re missing out.
It would be impossible to put a figure on how many people ended up in graphic design through a love of music.
Before it’s but a dim and distant memory, a quick word about the RSC’s recent production of Othello, which ended its run last month. The Telegraph described it as “Electrifying.
It’s been a while since I took part in a collaborative project with 26, the writer’s group I co-founded with seven others ten years ago.
I held off from listening to the new David Bowie single for as long as I could. I wanted the media noise to die down and to make up my own mind. But I was also worried about being disappointed.
As Englebert Humperdink gets cosy with the throat gargle on the eve of tomorrow’s Eurovision Song Contest, I thought I’d take a quick delve into the Netherlands’ fortunes over the years.
Last year ‘Electric Warrior’, T-Rex’s seminal sixth album turned 40. This year ‘Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’, Bowie’s breakthrough record hit the same milestone.
Remember the Higsons, spiky purveyors of ‘funk-punk’? Back in the 1980s, studying publishing at the London College of Printing, I was a huge fan, avidly following their progress in the NME and buy
Damon Albarn clearly has his hands full collecting lifetime achievement BRIT awards and preparing for Blur’s Hyde Park show to mark the closing of the Olympics this year.