Well, since Doctor Who posts are clearly the k-punk equivalent of the Sun putting Kylie’s arse on the cover… 21 comments on REGENERATION TIME AGAIN (and counting)…. I propose a k-punk parlour game to run alongside the one started on I Feel Love. We’ve started thinking there about lines in the sand which the new […]
Emerald Daze further explores the Limehouse hauntology….
Sax’s “Limehouse” article was the only clue they had, and not a very good one, since he had very carefully avoided naming the places he visited. But to a man intimately familiar with the dock area, the photographs might mean something. Frank stared thoughtfully at a picture of what seemed to be a restaurant, and […]
Well, I’m pleased to see that the second episode of Peep Show lived up to the promise of the first. I arrived home slightly the worse for wear, just in time to catch it, so my memory for killer lines and moments of excruciating embarrasment isn’t what it might have been. It’s as if Chandler […]
Pleased to see that both cnwb and troubled diva are celebrating the just-announced return of Dr Who. And I know that Angus will be cheering, too. Can it be done successfully? The signs are not encouraging. As everyone knows, the series was in decline long before the plug was pulled. It couldn’t survive the unforgiving […]
I think of snow. Not only because of Atuishi Fukui’s delightful cover painting. It took barely two listens. Less, maybe. The old flame – changed, though not beyond all recognition – had me again. I’m burning Now I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve succumbed. (Even though it can’t be many. I know that, […]
Well, here it is. k-punk’s new home. Massive thanks to Abe , not only for his generosity in giving k-punk space on his site, but also for enduring my many incompetent technical requests about Movable Type with apparently endless patience.
“the periphery is where the future reveals itself” J.G. Ballard I also think Wire and the Banshees count as London since Watford and Bromley are in London’s orbit. Part of embracing the future is always rejecting the past; in fact this applies to people who move from the “provinces” to the “centre” as well. I […]