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Wichita Lineman Was A Song I Once Heard. 'Mediocre blogger and a piously boring and unfunny writer'. Enthusiastic purveyor of the KLF sheep.

Song Of The Day – Roll Off by Rhythm & Sound

From the EP ‘Roll Off’ (1998)

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Binging on Billions

I’m usually not one to judge, but binge watching TV shows is fucking sad, no matter how good they are. You automatically picture someone sitting at home, alone, in their underwear, lights dimmed, eating a takeaway or fattening snacks, watching … Continue reading

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Song Of The Day – The Sweetest Taboo by Sade

From the album ‘Promise’ (1985)

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Song Of The Day – Dead Flowers by Townes Van Zandt

From the compilation album ‘The Best Of Townes Van Zandt’ (2002)

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Essential Listening: Dance Hall Style – Horace Andy (1982)

Spending too much time on Boomkat can become a negative. It engenders the blasé materialism Chairman Mao so loathed in Revisionists. Just look at them new shiny vinyl records, the sharp edges of the sleeves, think of that intoxicating factory … Continue reading

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