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What I Watched: Week 2 (Jan 11- Jan 17)

This week was pretty lacklustre and mostly void of much movie/tv watching. I don’t really have an excuse why because my school week was pretty light. 989 more words


A Blast From The Past: Definitely Maybe // Oasis

Back in the summer of 1994, the world was still coming to terms with Kurt Cobain’s suicide and Britpop was still in its infancy. The genre had begun to make an impact the previous year with Suede’s eponymous glitter-tinged debut album, the Englishness of Blur’s… 623 more words


My Love/Hate Relationship with the Film "Definitely, Maybe"

I’ve been going back and forth with myself for a couple of hours on whether or not I should write this post, and I guess you’re looking at the result of the bickering amongst myself. 639 more words

Life And Society

Reviewing the Unreviewed: November

I read a lot of books that I don’t end up reviewing for whatever reason. Some because I wasn’t impressed. Some because I didn’t have the time. 456 more words

Alex Niven - 33 1/3 - Definitely Maybe

For so many people, Definitely Maybe was and continues to be a vital, visceral piece of art, the start of something new and exciting. Taking it as not just a collection of eleven songs but a cultural artefact, Alex Niven’s analysis of the album, in the 33 1/3 series, focuses upon the elements of earth, water wind and fire, both exploring it through the quartet as well as almost equating it with them. 329 more words