October 21, 2014
Andy Whitby

Andy Whitby is not just a hard house DJ, he is an experience.

He is a state of mind.

He is the transporter of minds and souls to an amazing frantic paradise that, while leaving you knackered, strangely also leaves you feeling re-invigorated.

read on, this shit is incredible.

October 21, 2014



Recordar los inicios, u otros tiempos pasados, de un futbolista es algo habitual y cotidiano. Dónde arrancó, a qué club fue, algún gol u otro logro importante. Incluso se recuerda la manera de jugar, la impronta de aquellos que se han destacado. También, obvio, el aspecto, pero ahí los sentidos juegan una mala pasada y es difícil mentalizar la imagen añeja de un jugador. En esta ocasión Paladar Negro brinda una breve muestra de cómo los años afectaron desde lo estética a algunos futbolistas

Junto a Old School Panini

Post completo en paladarnegro.net 

oh esteban <3

(via old-school-panini)

October 21, 2014

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October 18, 2014

peaking lights - infinite trips

tune of the month

October 18, 2014

saturday 15th novemberthe glad cafe
jonnie common (album launch)wolfross sutherlandmiaoux miaoux dj setticketsfacebook

next instalment of the save as collective at the glad cafe. come along, and be thrilled by three splendid acts.


saturday 15th november
the glad cafe

jonnie common (album launch)
ross sutherland
miaoux miaoux dj set


next instalment of the save as collective at the glad cafe. come along, and be thrilled by three splendid acts.

October 13, 2014

the van pelt - nanzen kills a cat

1996. too good.

October 13, 2014

james brown advertising noodles is the best thing i’ve seen today.

October 11, 2014
birthday bro &amp; assistant sister

birthday bro & assistant sister

October 10, 2014
grey day

grey day

October 5, 2014
sunday morning (at wan-merr-tune-lock strasse.)

sunday morning (at wan-merr-tune-lock strasse.)

September 28, 2014
spent hops &amp; bottled bevvy (at not2btrustd brewery)

spent hops & bottled bevvy (at not2btrustd brewery)

September 23, 2014


brian clough and don revie are jointly interviewed as brian clough is sacked by leeds united, and he and his predecessor have a televised discussion of what went wrong.

can you imagine this nowadays? neil warnock and mark hughes discussing qpr? ferguson and moyes? madness!

September 21, 2014

September 20, 2014
me rn.

me rn.

September 18, 2014


NEW JONNIE COMMON SINGLE! From ‘Trapped in Amber’, the new Jonnie Common album out on 31st October 2014 on vinyl, CD and download.

On previous album Master of None:
“I love this record’ - Lauren Laverne (6 Music)
“Skewed-pop amble … a lo-fi electro-folk wonder” - The List
“understated cooing over the minutiae of every day life … transformed into bouncing astral straddling ditties” - Drowned In Sound

Jonnie Common makes some of the strangest noises ever to be combined into such catchy, digestible pop songs.

His first album Master of None came out on the awesome Manchester-based imprint Red Deer Club in 2011, and its combination of pathos, humour and charm made it a firm favourite, particularly amongst the Scottish underground music scene.

I suppose you’d have to call this stuff electronic pop, and while a lot of the music he makes has some very strange elements, the end result tends to be eminently listenable, infectious music.

Trapped in Amber, his new album, out on Song, by Toad Records on Halloween 2014, is perhaps less of a collection of breezy pop tunes than its predecessor, but I think it ends up actually feeling like a better overall album. It holds together more as a single, coherent piece of work, and with the more experimental stuff coming to the fore the sparkling pop moments actually end up standing out more this time around.

For a meticulous crafstman like Jonnie I am always amazed at how loose and relaxed his music sounds, and for someone who peppers his lyrics with wit and fun, it’s amazing how heartbreaking he can be, often when you least expect it. Try contrasting the lightness of Shark and Crumbs with the horrible sadness of So and So and the melancholic regret of Figurehead, for example.

It makes for music which sounds light and fun, but actually has far more depth than that, meaning that even once you get past the simple enjoyment of the hummable stuff, there is still a hell of a lot more here to enjoy.