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Telstar Run and other London sites this weekend

It was dark out but early Sunday mornings were always the best time to explore London’s shittier neighbourhoods in the past so I headed out ½ hour before civil twilight expecting streets deserted save for the normal weekend splatter of half digested kebabs on the pavements. 345 more words


October's Record Club: SOUNDS FROM BEYOND

Glossop Record Club returns on Thursday 8th October for SOUNDS FROM BEYOND, an excursion into the experimental, exotic and esoteric. A joint effort between record club regular Gavin Hogg, Hi-Fi Choice writer Simon Berkovitch and yours truly (Simon G), we’ll take you on a journey through the outer reaches of music, encompassing… 235 more words


FlinterFile: The Honeycombs- Have I The Right?

In 1964, the Honeycombs scored a big hit with their debut. The song was produced by the famous Joe Meek, and written by Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley. 75 more words


Terraforming is an erasure

This is a segment of a longer film that forms part of weird nails, a performance work that takes as points of departure the inherent utopian qualities of queerness posited by José Esteban Muñoz, Ursula K Le Guin’s science fiction novel… 227 more words

Joe Meek in Yellowstone

Joe Meek was just nineteen years of age when he learned beaver trapping on the streams and rivers of Jackson’s Hole during his first summer in the west in 1829. 345 more words

History Of National Parks

N7 The Hollow Way

N7 is Holloway. A bit of  strange name and one that turns out to mean exactly what it implies. It was a road in a hollow (well that’s what Brewer’s “Dictionary of London Phrase and Fable” says on page 239) 2,676 more words

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