I love Rasputina. Have done for years. I still consider myself lucky for finding out about their gig in Leeds last year too, even if it were a support slot for about 40 minutes. It still meant that my best friend… Continue Reading
I’ve been watching a lot of RuPaul’s Drag Race as of late. Initially I only started watching it for make up tips but in honesty I’ve learnt a lot more. RuPaul comes across as a very strong role model for… Continue Reading
I love this song. Dita as usual is flawless.
My boss at work has this on her iPhone and through it I got into The Decemberists. I love the story.
This film was recommended to me the other week so I watched it and bloody hell!!! I spent the majority of the film on the edge of my seat exhibiting so many different emotions along the way. I don’t want… Continue Reading
I swear this song has been stuck in my head for at least a week now. Siouxsie & The Banshees has a habit of doing that to me. Total earworms. It totally reminds me of this illustration that was doing… Continue Reading
How cool is this? Any word you like, made up of cats. It’s that cool I had to share it. Normal service will be resumed shortly and you’re welcome. 😉
Ray Harryhausen who was better known for his stop motion animation in such bank holiday classics such as Clash Of The Titans and Jason & The Argonauts (who can forget *that* fighting skeleton scene?) has passed away today at age… Continue Reading
As if Chi from the Deftones wasn’t enough now Jeff Hanneman from Slayer has passed on (probably burning in Hell much to his delight, considering the bands disdain of the other guy). I must admit I’m not a huge Slayer… Continue Reading
The first and only time I ever saw the Deftones live was at the Riverside in Newcastle back in 1998. The room was really crowded and the mosh pit was mental. I can remember sweat dripping from the ceiling and… Continue Reading
Any regular visitor to this blog will have realised by now that I like my vinyl records. My fella knows this only too well and gave me these metal beauties. The Cure album I bought from eBay which incidentally turned up on… Continue Reading
I finally, after 20 years of waiting got to see the R.H.C.P. live, and in my hometown to boot. The tickets were ridiculously priced (at nearly £60) but I got to see 4 bands for that and I paid zero… Continue Reading