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A Zen Cup


Country: England
Composition: Medical Grade Silicone
Sizes:  “S” (Small), “M” (large)
Dimensions: S: 41mm diameter, 47mm long without stem, 23mm stem length.  M: 46mm diameter, 52mm long without stem,  18mm stem length. 61 more words

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Sea Without Shore (2015)

NEW RELEASE FILM REVIEW || Seen at ICA, London, Tuesday 10 March 2015 || My Rating good

Of all the films I’ve seen, this is one of the more difficult ones to either review or to give a meaningful rating. 317 more words

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Dreamcatcher (2015)

NEW RELEASE FILM REVIEW || Seen at BFI Southbank (NFT1), London, Sunday 8 March 2015 || My Rating excellent

The British documentarian Kim Longinotto is clearly used to making films with relatively few resources, which is somewhat apt, given her subjects are so often those (primarily women) who are systematically excluded by structures of control and discourse. 339 more words

Film Reviews

Physical Graffiti (Disc 2)

I was like, “This is Zeppelin?” “Yeah, this is Zeppelin.” And when the riff kicks in, it’s like, “Oh, my God.”

– Kim Thayil

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Physical Graffiti (Disc 1)

This week marks the 40th anniversary of Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin’s sixth studio album. It’s also been remastered and re-released, as have the band’s first five albums. 1,272 more words

Rock Music

Love Is All: 100 Years of Love & Courtship (2014)

NEW RELEASE FILM REVIEW || Seen at ICA, London, Tuesday 17 February 2015 || My Rating good

This collage of romance-based clips, primarily a selection from British feature films and shorts from across the 20th century (more or less) as well as what looks like home movie footage and other archival sources, is a somewhat slight basis for a feature-length film, but is given extra weight by the prominence given to Richard Hawley’s musical soundtrack. 197 more words

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Who's Next

Pete Townshend was sad. Things just weren’t working out for him. He had wanted to use his band’s successful experimentation with rock opera to take its music to a whole new level, to change the very  1,445 more words

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