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Talking Heads – Fear of Music | Classic Album Review

My first classic album review is of the seminal  new wave record Fear of Music by Talking Heads from the year 1979. The album features the talents of frontman David Byrne and bassist Tina Weymouth (and Jerry Harrison and Chris Frantz), as well as production from Brian Eno and studio guitar from none other than King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp. 558 more words

Post Punk

Concerto - Roxy Music [#300]

I had hoped that the three hundredth album in this project would have been a monumental one. Sadly it’s another best of/Live/compilation. It’s like all the albums this month have been compilations. 106 more words


My Own Worst Enemy

I was asked in a profile for my class reunion what was my favorite song? I suppose I could come up with a top 100 if I thought long and hard enough but narrowing it down to one? 79 more words

Warm Pita Topped with Caramelized Onions and a Fried Egg

There’s something to be said about a meal that is inexpensive to make, elegant to look at, and exceptionally easy to eat. This all-in-one recipe is great for nights when you get home from your run after work, sopping wet from the rain and in dire need of a shower and a warm pair of pyjamas. 453 more words

Self Portrait with Hourglass

Another acrylic self portrait, this time, my hair is a dark purple shade enhanced by the addition of some shiny nail varnish.

In this instance, I am venturing in the forest where I find an hourglass… 55 more words

Janice Raw

"We Are Many" in cinemas 22nd May

Very proud to have contributed music to We Are Many (along with Brian Eno and Simon Russell), a feature documentary about the largest global protest in history preceding the Iraq war in 2003 – and how the small group of people behind it started a movement that ultimately led to the Arab Spring… 87 more words


Interview: East India Youth

Originally published in XCity Life, April 2015, as ‘Supersonic Youth’

Mercury-nominated electronic musician East India Youth counts Brian Eno among his fans. In 2015 he hits the big time, says Sam Warner… 1,096 more words