“If you’re going all the way to Brooklyn, be sure to pick up a potato pudding, like last time.” Continue reading I Lost The Pudding
Why do we dance? To belong? To free ourselves? And Then We Danced is a film by Swedish-born Levan Akin that has absorbed festivals from Venice to Cannes. And had a few bricks thrown at it on homeground. Written by Kirsty Allison, this review appears in the March edition of DJMag, alongside a feature on the brilliant and highly recommended new book, Threshold (Bloomsbury) by … Continue reading BY GEORGIA, DANCE FREE 🌈
There is a film coming out that all writers must see, writes Kirsty Allison Particularly female. And if you are more of a reader than a writer, or coasting some kind of minority intersection, passive or active, this will also serve you well. And in fear of being misandrist, all men need to watch it too. Why? Because it will make you want to read … Continue reading Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Thanks to Gerry’s for hosting – Michael Dillon, and Phil Dirtbox. Ace discussion hosted by Chris Sullivan. Guests including Cathi Unsworth, Travis Elborough, John Tiberi, Neal Brown, Tony Drayton, Gaz Mayall, Dallas Athent, Delilah Jay, and all attendees for making it a wonderful celebration – a reading from David Erdos, who’s since written this piece for International Times. Photographs by Ronnie Randall. Continue reading A very waylaid post on the Dark Entries book launch
The new Mark Leckey at Tate Britain is all solvent supernatural hoody faerie tale.
Extravagant, visceral, Impressionistic storytelling from the Turner Prize winner of 2008, Leckey presents an immersive sound installation hiding beneath a slice of urban forest, the M23 motorway. Continue reading Mark Leckey supernatural hoody faerie tale at the Tate
The stage is a place without limits – it’s only the limitations of the performers and writers, and the struggle within the audience that restricts the enjoyment of entertainment and art – so when the world leader of transgressive creation, Christeene tributes arch boundary explorer Sinead O’Connor “her capacity to survive, her private and very public wars with the church, her compassion and vulnerability” – … Continue reading CHRISTEENE sucks the mic of limitations
My personal life was in meltdown. The Industry had sucked us dry. Continue reading GIL DE RAY on his new album: