Hoo boy, got a “fun” one here. Maybe for you, definitely for me: this review required a very different sort of thinking. What it may not have required was 2 weeks off. But I’m keeping schtum about that. Never happened. And it definitely hasn’t cocked up my timetable for the next few weeks. Anyway, here’s […]
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A weekly music review that I do.
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Wouldn’t you like to read something strange?
Come with me, and you will find
Yes, as it is Hallowe’en, I’m posting a review a day early, and I like to think I have a treat and a trick for you tonight.
No more spoilers! Listen, learn, and read on!
Hey guys, just me gearing up for NaNoWriMo here, so gonna be brief here, so I can get back to planning the next review so I can get it in on time.
So yeah, something different this week – John Cooper Clarke, with his debut “Disguise in Love”. So, unlike usual, I get to start with a pun, even if it’s only the orginal album title.
As I indicated at the beginning of the last post, stuff! Stuff that will shake you to your very core!
Starting with this picture:
As a few of you who frequent the internet may know, November is National Novel Writing Month. (The word “National” means nothing here, as it’s online, and the internet is a nation unto itself.) Essentially, the spiel is that aspiring writers pledge to, over the course of a 30 day period, write a novel of 50,000 words or more – averaging at 1667 words per day. This is, obviously, a huge commitment.
And I have decided to give it a go.
I’ve been planning to write a book for a bit now, and I’ve been planning my WriMo-ing for a little less. I’ve been very sporadic recently about updates, and a part of that has been because “reviewing time” has been superceded by “novel planning time”. (It’s also because I’m shit at organising myself – hence why a month of writing every day is both a terrifying prospect and an exciting dream-come-true.)
But obviously, writing a book will cut into my reviewing time a fair bit. So, as of the end of this setlist, and on Halloween night no less, I am suspending “The Hang of Music” for at least a month. I will not be writing any reviews until I’ve hit those 50k words, I warn you now!
I will, perhaps, be putting up some creative writing, as a replacement for this semi-regular feature, but don’t worry, I won’t be subjecting any of you to unwanted beta reading here: only my closest friends will be tormented by serious prose the shade of purple.
FYI, though, if any of you are doing NaNoWriMo this year, please get in contact with me on there – my username is “Hatful_of_Napalm”, and I’d love to see a friendly face on the fora! And the point of NaNo is to give us all a time to write, so we can all pull together, so socialising is always nice!
Anyway, thanks for reading, sorry about the lateness, and see you in a few days – I am off to invent some fictions!
Right, gonna be some changes in a bit, after this set is over. As it is, I know I’ve been pretty unreliable about deadlines. But it will all make sense soon.
Until then, enjoy me talking about The Only Ones’ eponymous first album, and take this opportunity to listen to “Another Girl, Another Planet” again.
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Seriously, every joke I make just hurts. But I have to break through it. I have to write here, right now, to tell you that The Hang of Music: Audiovised! #5 is up now on mixcloud, and there’s plenty of room availible for you and your friends to listen to it.
There, I made one last joke. You happy now. Click the image!
Intro goes here. Gonna hurry this out, as I intended to get this fixed and done sooner.
So today is when we learn about (The Mystic Knights of the) Oingo Boingo – don’t be put off by the silly name! – and their first album, “Only A Lad”.
Did I say that the last album was going to be serious madness? I must have lied, because the crazy shit is right here.
That’s right, it’s The Mars Volta, with “Deloused in the Comatorium”.z3d3xsyío8
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